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By David Thiel
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From the December 2004 issue #145
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Two things to know about the Twin Cutter: One, this is a truly amazing saw. Two, you don’t need one in your woodworking shop.

Let’s start with the amazing. The concept of the Twin Cutter saw is that there are two 5⁄64″-wide blades that spin in opposite directions to create a 5⁄32″-wide (approximately) kerf. So what? Good question. How about the no-kickback effect created by the counter-rotating blades. No kidding.

From the December 2004 issue #145
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