Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Millen Area,Georgia
You can buy Alumimun cutting Carbide tipped blades for a circular saw at most home stores now..i have a gotten a few from my local Lowes in Statesboro,Ga...maybe they don't all carry it in stock?..dunno
Jason is right..just turn a regular carbide tipped circular saw blade backwards and it cuts it no problem,but make sure you'r wearing a face gaurd and safety glasses and long sleeves..the aluminum chips fly everywhere.
Regular carbon abrasive blades in a chop saw will last maybe a few seconds before it clogs and won't cut worth a darn at all....grinder wheel/cutting blades are the same way.
Oh yea..one more thing..EARPLUGS..you are about to make more noise than a 747 flying through the shop..lol
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