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Taurus 3 Slicer Blade Kit by Gemini Saw Company

$104.95 USD
Item# 57109
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Product Description

Use with Super Slicer attachment #57108 to cut slab glass, pattern bars, millifiori, streamers, cans, rods and other small objects in perfectly parallel thin slices. Cuts slices as thin as 1/8". Super Slicer blade only fits the Taurus 3 ring saw #57003. Includes 2 orange grommets.

Pattern bar bowl from "Contemporary Warm Glass," book #6814.

The flocked belt (sold separately) #5750 is receommended for use with this blade, providing the best blade support and stability while cutting.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Good Taurus Blade
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Pros : You can use this for thick slab cutting. Be careful as the blade is not as sturdy as a mega blade. This does not eat up as much glass but has a tendency to bend while cutting. You must compensate during the cut. Gently! But it still holds up well with many, many cuts without problems of breaking.
Cons : It flexes during the cut which means it doesn't keep a straight line for a slab cut. You must compensate for that.
Other Thoughts : Doesn't eat up too much glass during cutting. I really like the mega blade better for cutting straight cuts on slabs. They all cost about the same.
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  •   Works great
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Pros : Excellent for making murine and millifiori
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : easy to follow instructions.... wish I'd got this sooner.
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