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    Default Cutting Macrolan polycarbonate

    any one know any way to cut this stuff!?!?!?

    its the kind with the glass fibers impregnanted in it. also is 5/8th thick and has permanantly eaten three hole saws.

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    Default Re: Cutting Macrolan polycarbonate

    Diamond blades?

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    Default Re: Cutting Macrolan polycarbonate

    Those will cut anything. I used one of those for porcelain, and the reinforced disc didn't come close to what the diamond one did, with almost no wear, too.
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    Default Re: Cutting Macrolan polycarbonate

    Quote Originally Posted by nevermind1534 View Post
    Those will cut anything. I used one of those for porcelain, and the reinforced disc didn't come close to what the diamond one did, with almost no wear, too.
    I dunno man i'm hittin it with a industrial 480V cutter stack and it's not phasing it. maybe I shouldn't of purchased it.

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    Default Re: Cutting Macrolan polycarbonate

    The second page of this PDF fille looks like it has some interesting tidbits that might help you:
    http://www.totalplastics.com/assets/Makrolon_MG.pdf

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