Author Topic: Makita track saw blade change/anti-splinter strip  (Read 1058 times)

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Offline ebarker9

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Makita track saw blade change/anti-splinter strip
« on: January 20, 2015, 02:01 PM »
I have the Makita SP6000 track saw which I've been using for cutting sheet goods as well as ripping hardwoods. I picked up a Freud LU87R006M20 for cutting hardwoods and still use the stock Makita blade for sheet goods. Unfortunately, they don't seem to line up with the zero clearance strip exactly the same so switching back and forth doesn't work as well as I'd like. I'd rather not replace the strip every time I switch blades so would the best solution be to get another Freud blade with the same kerf for cutting sheet goods? I do lose a little bit of cut depth with their blades, but that's not a big deal most of the time. I would have gone for the Makita rip blade, but haven't been able to find a place that sells them.

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