Removing the frame

Post any and all methods for doing things here, if you think you have a good method, that you don't see most builders using
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Re: Removing the frame

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Yes. But I am cutting glass all the time, so it isn't worth it for me to swap the blade from hs steel to carbide, so I won't even buy anything but the carbides. They work so well for glass trimming around a panel, for example.


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Massive thanks to all of you for your help .

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Last question to the topic : which exactly cutting carbide blade shall I use to remove epoxy seams as after checking web it seems there is few different ones (please look in the link) :
https://www.bosch-diy.com/gb/en/search? ... 20starlock

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Re: Removing the frame

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I used things like the AIZ 32 AT

Take your time with the first plunge. After that it’s easy.
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I use Imperial blades.

The thing is, like Jaysen mentions, take your time, it is actually very fast, but if you try to go TOO fast; you'll wreck the cutters or eventually the tool. My HF tool is about dead. It goes on a wild vibe cycle every 15 seconds or so and I have to pull out.
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Re: Removing the frame

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I think I know everything needed for the job.
Again massive thanks to you guys.

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