December 5, 2008

Final Cut II : Saw Blade Bugaloo

final_cut_on_saw1.jpgA while back, we reviewed the Final Cut saw blade, which is essentially a 10" blade with a piece of sandpaper adhered to it. Although we thought it was kind of a hokey idea, it worked as advertised.

After our testing, we noticed that the glue that holds the sandpaper to the blade gave out, causing the paper to get destroyed soon after. We updated our review accordingly. As it turns out, the fellows at Final Cut saw the review, already knew about the problem, and were actually in the process solving it. Soon after that, they sent us an updated version of the Final Cut and since then, we've been testing it out, giving it plenty of time to become un-adhered.

Well, we can now happily say that the problem has been solved and we have updated our review accordingly.

The review of the Final Cut Saw Blade is here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at December 5, 2008 5:08 AM

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Recent Comments

And what -- stick it on top of the old disc? Or use a razor to try to scrape off the old disc first? Have you tried that?


Posted by: David at December 7, 2008 4:47 PM

You can buy additional abrasive discs, as we stated in the original review.


Posted by: Tool Snob at December 7, 2008 10:41 AM

OK, so now they have an adhesive that won't peel, but what do you do when the paper grit wears down and you want to stick a new sheet of sandpaper on?


Posted by: David at December 7, 2008 10:32 AM

Nice to see that the company was able to fix the problem, and you were able to fix the review! Win win.


Posted by: linda at December 5, 2008 12:00 PM
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