How to Use plywood saw

What kind of saw should I use to cut plywood?

When cutting plywood sheets, you want to be using blades with plenty of teeth. More blades mean a cleaner cut, especially for rip cuts (cuts along the grain of the wood). You will also want blades that are designed for cutting laminate.

Why is it difficult to cut plywood with a jigsaw?

Often beginners have difficulties in cutting plywood. Namely, when cutting plywood across the fibers, the top layer of veneer is chipped off. This is especially not pleasant if the cut is already ready to burn the picture. These chips appear for various reasons. In most cases, it is almost impossible to fix them.

Can a hole saw be used to drill through plywood?

Use the hole saw to drill through the sponge sandwich. Remove the circular plug of sponge from between the plywood and stuff it into the hole saw. Saturate the sponge with cutting oil, and you’ve got a self-lubricating hole saw.

What's the best way to get clean cuts on plywood?

The best thing you can do to get clean cuts in plywood is to use a zero-clearance insert. This closes the gap around the blade in the throat plate or shoe. On a table saw, you can buy an aftermarket insert blank, or you can easily make one yourself.

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