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Izzy's the man! I've thought about trying this method just for fun, as I own a lathe I use it but some day..... It looks like you've got this method down to an art, I'm looking forward to your next post.

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41 minutes ago, Mark J said:

Ross, some of the pictures you posted look like you have two blades on your saw at one time.  Am I seeing that correctly?

Yes, two 7-1/4" circular saw blades. Smallest diameter blades I had on hand, and they are kind of flimsy, so I stacked two for stiffness.  A dado stack is even better, but mine is 8", and a little large for this job.  A six-inch stack would have been great.

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Im in a northern suburb of Atlanta. Hoping the covid gets settled soon, the vaccines are rolling out now. Wife and I have had our first shots, she gets her second in a few days. Wife says covid cases here are just starting to drop a bit.

This is the set. I dont need it as I got a 10” set and my saw handles it quite well.

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