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Posted 6/6/2018 3:40:04 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for the possible benefit of anyone planning to and/or actually building a DOJ/Justice League Bat Vehicle.

"Don't have any of my measurements with me, but I wonder if you can work the arch in the frame at the front wheels into the wheel flairs of the DOJ body. The body between the flairs is relitivily flat but of course the flairs extend upward at a pretty good angle and are slightly curved. The arch of the frame might work right into that depending on the width of the rails compared to the width of the body between the wheel flairs."

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Posted 6/30/2018 12:51:38 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone that might be planning and/or building a Bat Vehicle.

Received an email today asking,
"I bought one of the metal cutting circular saws and I only get a few feet of good cutting before the blade is too dull to cut. What is wrong and is there anyway to get more cutting from a blade?"

The usual reason for your cutting problems is not following a straight line. When you deviate from a straight line you are pushing the teeth sideways against metal on both sides of the kerf, generating extreme heat, and chipping the carbide sharp edges. You may even not be drawing a line at all. (freehand cutting)

Straight line alignment cutting: To get the most cutting out of a blade always use a straight piece of metal that is securely clamped to your work as a rip fence. I can cut 100-200 feet in 1/4 inch steel plate depending on other conditions.

Feed rate: Slow and steady generates the least blade tip heat and carbide sharp edge chipping.

Saw duty cycle rating: My Milwalkee 8 inch metal cutting circular saw on 1/4 inch plate is 1-minute at max feed rate. I usually use a slow feed rate to cut. Slow enough to make my cut before having to shut down the saw. Then turn it off an set it aside to cool. You can burn the motor out in a metal cutting circular saw is only a few minutes if you fail to adhere to the saws duty cycle. vertigo

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