Post up Ti/AMB's work.. his cases are always TOP NOTCH also.
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5/2/09 at 3:53am
Putting a blade in a saw so it rotates backwards just sounds like a great way to get injured.
I've cut acrylic on a table saw with a carbide tipped saw blade with excellent results. Leave the protective paper on the acrylic as it contains a lubricant for the blade. the finished cut has a criss cross pattern on its face. smooth, but with the pattern. to remove the pattern you can polish it with progressive grits and then polishing compound or attempt to heat it with a torch. go too fast with the torch and you get crazing.
Ahh.. guess you could say it's the equivalent of a router with a staight bit in terms of woodworking (?). BTW please update us with some pics of your progress as you start your B22 case if you wouldn't mind? I might just grab a milling machine as I want to do some metal work as well.