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Taurus 3 Blade Stabilizer by Gemini Saw Company

$28.95 USD
Item# 57009
Expected to be in stock Nov 28, 2017

Product Description

The new Taurus 3 Ring Saw blade stabilizer reduces grommet wear dramatically and gives you more control and stability when cutting thicker material. It adjusts easily to accommodate to different thicknesses of material and works perfectly with the standard blade, separating blade and mega blade! Requires Red Grommets #5725R (not included).

Image shows blade stabilizer with the Taurus 3 Ring Saw (sold separately) the most popular glass ring saw!

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Stabilizer so so
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Pros : Worked great. Made omni directional cutting much easier and more accurate. I really liked it ... except... below
Cons : Grommets wore out and split after only 2 hrs. cutting.
Other Thoughts : Needs improvement on grommet materials. Too soft.
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  •   blade stabilizer
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Pros : This is a great addition to your T3 if it didn't come with it. It helps prevent the blade from bending too much while you're cutting.
Cons : None that I've found.
Other Thoughts : If you run a studio with many people using your equipment, it really cuts down on the amount of broken blades!
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