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Taurus 3 Slim Blade by Gemini Saw Company

$99.95 USD
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Item# 57006
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Product Features

  • For cutting intricate designs in any type of glass
  • Omni-directional - cuts in any direction
  • Also cuts non-ferrous metals
  • Fits the Taurus 3 Ring Saw
  • Kit includes one blade and two orange groove grommets


Product Description

Easily create complex designs, patterns and shapes in all kinds of glass with the slender omni-directional blade. The Slim blade offers the most intricate cutting ability of all the Ring Blades. Because of the Slim blade's diminutive size, it has greater ability to create otherwise difficult designs and is ideal when cutting non-ferrous metals, but the smaller size also takes away strength so it is recommended only when its size is beneficial. .031/140 grit. Kit includes one blade and two orange groove grommets. Fits the Taurus 3 ring saw.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Great blade
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Pros : fits great. better than the one that came with my saw.
Cons : none
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Best blade
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Pros : By far a must have blade. The best blade for all but production work. Smooth grindless cuts speeds up the work. Cut thin glass without chipping. Small enough that it does not bind on curves. Sideways cuts are smooth and effortless.
Cons : None to date
Other Thoughts : Money well spent.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Great Slim Blade
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Pros : The slim Blade is great. I really enjoy using it better than the standard one. Real nice and easy cutting.
Cons : none for me as yet.
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