My Dad asked me today what the best way of cutting plexi-glass is.
I have cut it with on my table saw(60 tooth carbide blade) and with a jig saw (fast wood blade). Neither one would be what I would consider to be the best way. Using both saws, the chips would melt together into globs. Not to mention that it stunk up my house pretty bad (basement shop). My wife asked me what I was burning down there.
My Dad said that he heard something about putting the saw blade in backwards for cutting plexi, but he has never dared to try it.
What kind of suggestions does everyone have? Certain type of saw, certain type of blade, etc.......
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