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Old 01-21-2016, 02:37:08 PM
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Does anyone know a source for slitting saws with a 3/4" bore? 2 to 3 inch diameter. I was happily slitting away today and oh oh,, a spark. Before I could back the saw out it was toast. Jeez,,, and I was only cutting 1010 steel.

1 inch is the norm but this old machine has a 3/4 arbor. As seldom as I use it for slitting I'd like not to buy a new arbor to accommodate the 1 inch bore saws.
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Hi, try machining a reducer washer to fit the 1" slitter to the 3/4 arbor, might work?
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MSC industrial supply co. has them in the 2 to 3 inch range with a 3/4 arbor hole.
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Checking MSC.. Whooa!!!
Rex, the washer idea is good but it needs a key to engage the saw.
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