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Unread 04-10-2014, 10:38 AM   #1
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Looking for contractors to field test a new blade.

We have had our own brand of blades (Mad Max) for a while now and we have taken a new direction on one of our porcelain blades.

We are on our 4th version of this blade and feel it is close to hitting the market.

We have 5 of them to give away for some field testing and would be honored for the JB community to give it a go and submit any feedback based on their experiences.

It is a matte black blade (pretty sure Batman would use this blade if he was a contractor) with a reinforced core.

We will be selecting 5 of you to give it a go then it's up to you if you'd like to send it to other members.

If you are interested, please fill out the form at the link below and we will contact you, as well as announce here, who the initial 5 are.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/116J...yMeS0/viewform

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Unread 04-11-2014, 01:10 PM   #2
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We have chosen 4 so far but would like to fill the last slot with someone working on a Husqvarna TS-60.

I know you guys are out there!
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Unread 04-11-2014, 01:16 PM   #3
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How about the dewalt 24000, basically same saw right?
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Unread 04-11-2014, 01:41 PM   #4
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Erik, I have 2 of them going out to DeWalt owners at this time. I may have a few more coming in and I will let you know. Just fill out the form up top so I can keep a record.
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I guess I didn't make the cut, pun fully intended.
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blah it mite look good on my rubi 250 or old mk 101
or maybe if i fix the old pearl up

besides not happy with rubi as my saw has less than 100 hrs on it and the switch or the capacitor has given up on it

rubi and dal tile is asking me to pay 80 bucks for just a switch guess i wont be buying a rubi again

so a new blade to test would brighten my day
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I put in a request. I currently am using a raimondi razor on my Husqvarna TS 60.
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Alright, I've selected 5 for the first batch. I found out we will be getting more though so if you signed up or want to sign up, there is still a chance you may get one.
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I do have a husqavarna and would love to try one if possible. John Cox
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Daniel , what is the blade's application rating for porcelain tiles -- the break strength -- ?
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Alright, I've selected 5 for the first batch
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What?

If Brian is one of the first five, you better hope *you* aren't the next after him. Cause it won't have any life left innit when it gets to you.


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What?

If Brian is one of the first five, you better hope *you* aren't the next after him. Cause it won't have any life left innit when it gets to you.


Good news, it's 5 blades not 1 blade shared 5 times
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