>I bought an inexpensive miter saw from Harbor Freight and
> equipped it with a non-ferrous metal cutting carbide blade from McMaster
> Carr. The local stores only had ferrous blades. I also ordered
> a bar of cutting wax for the blade. Don't try to cut dry.
> I have made hundreds of cuts in irrigation tubing and the blade
> is still as good as new. The miter saw doesn't take up much
> Rick N6RK
Did you get their metal cutting chop saw or a regular saw for wood and put
the metal blade on it?
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