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I did this with a smaller mesh type blade. Works great.
This is the ATS blade someone had posted about. What's the mesh blade you have? It chipped a little more than I would like, might just be the quality Lowe's tile though.



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This is the ATS blade someone had posted about. What's the mesh blade you have? It chipped a little more than I would like, might just be the quality Lowe's tile though.



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I have that blade also and found it chipped more than I like also.

This is the one I used.

4.5"-5/8"Dry/Wet Thin Diamond Circular Saw Blade Mesh Rim For Cutting Porcelain https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076Q441M8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_vM7uCb2QX5JJY

It took a few adapter rings to get the arbor to fit tight but the cut quality was good.

 

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Rib dinner tonight at a local place called Greg's.
Hell yeah. Nice spread and good beer choice brother

Doing two briskets in a row - got one on now for tomorrow and I'll start one tomorrow for Sunday. Ribs both days - and chicken tomorrow.



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Salad looks a little weak. Croutons soggy ?
Ribs look real good

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I had worked over the salad pretty good by the time the ribs arrived.

Never tried the croutons, decimated 1/2 loaf of that bread and probably a 1/4 pound of butter.
 

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I have that blade also and found it chipped more than I like also.

This is the one I used.

4.5"-5/8"Dry/Wet Thin Diamond Circular Saw Blade Mesh Rim For Cutting Porcelain https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076Q441M8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_vM7uCb2QX5JJY

It took a few adapter rings to get the arbor to fit tight but the cut quality was good.

https://youtu.be/Ajcm-2keo38
I was thinking of this today and decided to see if one of my continuous rim blades I have for my grinder would work. I used the adapter ring that came with the ats blade and it fit perfectly. The cuts came out much nicer. I had the saw turned down to around 2

Do the mesh ones give a better cut than standard continuous blade? Better cooling?



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Hell yeah. Nice spread and good beer choice brother

Doing two briskets in a row - got one on now for tomorrow and I'll start one tomorrow for Sunday. Ribs both days - and chicken tomorrow.



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I sorely miss Texas style ribs.
 

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I was thinking of this today and decided to see if one of my continuous rim blades I have for my grinder would work. I used the adapter ring that came with the ats blade and it fit perfectly. The cuts came out much nicer. I had the saw turned down to around 2

Do the mesh ones give a better cut than standard continuous blade? Better cooling?



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In hard porcelain yes. They cut very well and relatively smooth. For the mesh blades you want to run them on full speed. Actually I bought the Makita 5" dry cut saw after that video because it runs at 12,000 rpm which matches the blade better vs the 6500 +/- that the TS runs at. That Makita saw has a track adapter that runs on Festool/Makita tracks.
 

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I love puzzle cars/trucks.


There was a VW Jetta running around the next town when I was in high school that was a different color on every body panel. Only years later did I learn that was actually a factory option.
 

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There was a VW Jetta running around the next town when I was in high school that was a different color on every body panel. Only years later did I learn that was actually a factory option.
really?, there is one near me that I thought the guy was being creative
 
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