I have need to cross-cut blanks to 10", or as close to that as possible, maybe 9 15/16" at shortest.
The lumber as purchased is 30" in length.
I would sure like to get 3 blanks out if each stick.
The lumber is 1-3/4" square.
I believe most of my radial saw or miter saw blades take about 1/8"
That'll cut things way too close, shaving that 1/16" off each of the first 2, but leaving me 1/16" shy on blank #3.
What type of saw is best for that thickness but take the least amount of kerf??
Japanese razor saw? Can they cut 1-3/4" stock?
I'm not sure I can cut too squarely on the bandsaw..
One end of the project parts has a slight angle which may make it possible to cross cut at a slight angle to make 2 blanks facing each other.
But, I would prefer to cut square.......