Preventing Tear Out When Crosscutting Plywood
Preventing tear out when crosscutting plywood is post about Techniques Tips bookmarked by willie with ID 14220360147 was uploaded on 10-02-2019 and has been viewed 43,074 times.
Crosscutting plywood with a combination blade almost always results in tear out and I find the easiest way to prevent that is just cover the plywood with painters tape.The tear out tends to happen more so on the bottom side but I like to play it safe and cover both sides before running it through the saw.
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