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Finished up the latches on the CC door and decided to do a practice burn. Everything went great held good temps. Still a a lot more work to go. I will post some pics of the burn!!!!!

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There's a new carbide blade for a skillsaw that will cut 3/8" steel with no problem.  Harbor Freight.  I cut both of my propane tanks.  Straight and clean cuts.  FYI  Blade is $20 Harbor freight, $50 Lowes.  I've bought both and they perform exactly alike.

 

Nice job so far


Could you post a part # for that blade please?

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Could you post a part # for that blade please?


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Did another burn tonight check this out...http://i.imgur.com/kcKZuxs.jpg

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Did it get up to temperature good with all that white stuff surrounding it???

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Did that weather play a roll in CC temperatures?

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It did get up to temp pretty fast but it did not want to hold for very long. The forecast is looking good for this weekend lower 50s I believe. I will get some q-view up on Saturday for sure.  Thanks for watching!!

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So any further progress? Like the design you've done
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