06-26-2012 10:19 PM
you'll risk cipping a tooth or even breaking one off...
this would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
if only new layers hadn't been added....
06-26-2012 11:14 PM
i think you will be buying a new blade very quickly if you do. that is not where you want to learn!! have it sharpened by a pro with all the tooling and experience required
THE MOST DANGEROUS TOOL IS THE ONE YOU ARE USING
06-27-2012 12:47 PM
I woudn't. You chance doing more harm than good.
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06-27-2012 02:13 PM
Even if you had a robot-like ability to hold the oscillating tool at the proper angle for each saw tooth the diamond grit on one of those is way too coarse for a carbide saw. Carbide requires a very fine grit diamond wheel to do the job right. Coarse diamond grits will leave a sawtooth like edge on the carbide. This is bad for your chisels and even worse for carbide because carbide is very brittle and its edges will break off (dull) very quickly.