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The hole saw idea sounds good. I've thought about similar designs using cheap spade or forstner bits.
The grit may have been one issue but the bigger problem ended up being I could never "capture" my opponent long enough for the belts to do much damage. Most of the time they just sailed over me.As for the "row of small blades" idea: I've already got the Sketchup model for this. :) It'll use six 4" mini tablesaw blades.And it's funny you mention chainsaw blades -- just a few days ago I stumbled on a "chainsaw blade" for angle grinders: https://www.amazon.com/King-Arthur-Tools-Lancelot-... An array of those would be super-sweet, but they're about 10 times the cost of the 4" table saw blades. :)
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Fantastic build!Yeah, the B16's have been "on backorder" for some time. I have learned since there are plenty of drop-in replacements available with some ebay diligence.
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