Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades
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  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Redman (Probably get another...)
(09-30-2016, 05:29 AM)Redman Wrote: Probably get another Freud. I need to look around for that Irwin Marples maybe too. Probably just use my old Freud blade for a while, I'm not trying to produce glue line rips.



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#30
  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Stwood_ ([quote='Redman' pid=...)
I still need to get a 2" sq. x 18" piece of purpleheart. It's been an expensive few months and wife said don't worry about it right now.
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#31
  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Redman (I still need to get ...)
Alrighty
Steve





 
The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
WaterlooMark 02/9/2020

 When I use the toilet it smells just like fresh brewed coffee!
fredp 02/13/2020







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#32
  Re: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Redman (Has anyone here used...)
About a decade (or maybe a bit more!) ago, I bought an Oldham rip blade. It came with blade stabilizers, and was great. It was replaced with a Woodworker II, which was better, but only a bit better. The Oldham, IIRC, was about 3/4 the price of the Forrest, and along with a few other blades, is awaiting shipment to Forrest for sharpening (yes, they sharpen all brands to their tooth profile).
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#33
  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Tony Z (About a decade (or m...)
This Oldham blade is around 15 yrs. old. Used for regular ripping, resawing cutting as deep in one pass as the blade will raise and for cutting nails, oops, more than once. Resharpened and is finally loosing carbine. Time to replace.
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#34
  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Redman (This Oldham blade is...)
Decisions, decisions.
Steve





 
The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
WaterlooMark 02/9/2020

 When I use the toilet it smells just like fresh brewed coffee!
fredp 02/13/2020







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  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Stwood_ (Decisions, decisions...)
Quote:Decisions, decisions.
Yeah, I hate that. Ain't nothing easy.  Laugh
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#36
  Re: RE: Irwin and Oldham 10" Saw Blades by Just_Dave (:raised:  That is re...)
What do I think?  They are carpentry grade blades.  Quit using them a long time ago.
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