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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    ? Snip What tooth design is used for slabbing?
    Round tooth design mate but only on an 11 angle

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    Interesting. On a saw blade a straight cut tooth (chisel tooth) is for ripping along the grain. The angle cut tooth is designed to slice the grain and cut. Effective cross cut. A straight chisel cut blade doesn't slice the grain in front of the cut.

    So the straight cut blade cuts faster on a chainsaw? What tooth design is used for slabbing?
    This is what is meant by square grind. Clearly cannot be achieved with a round file and takes far more skill, you take a triangle shaped file and go from outside the tooth in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    This is what is meant by square grind. Clearly cannot be achieved with a round file and takes far more skill, you take a triangle shaped file and go from outside the tooth in.


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    OK, new Cigweld 185 arrived this morning - Sunday delivery - Aust post must be really overloaded. Anyway, unpacked it, then down to Total tools for wire and gas, quick read of the manual and guide for parameters and what a difference to the little Rossi. This is just like it should be, really happy. the gas bootle cost was a bit of a slug though, but I now own the bottle (E size, $475 - ouch), but wire was on special.
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    The first pic of welds is with the new welder, the second is the best i could get out of the Rossi, both with gas.
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    First welding job should be a trolley seeing as how it looks like it could easily fall off that wheelie bin
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    I think I can save my time and effort by spending $90 on a 'bought one' I reckon. The welder is quite firmly mounted to the bin with 6 tek screws - learnt about their use from old @MudRunnerTD. Only hassle now is removing them weekly for garbage collection.
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    Just watch out for the main wiring loom in the bin, could cause a world of dramas. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco View Post
    Just watch out for the main wiring loom in the bin, could cause a world of dramas. . .

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    Dont talk about his GQ like that Rossco! PeeBee has done a lot of work to transform the Tardis into something to behold. Bhahahahaha!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossco View Post
    Just watch out for the main wiring loom in the bin, could cause a world of dramas. . .

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    How much for a gas refill, @PeeBee?

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