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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Fivetide View Post
    Plus I think they use a plasma cutter on the plate as the edges look melted and nasty.
    No not at all I've had hundreds of feet of plate from them and never has it been cut with plasma, always looks like band saw teeth marks to me.!! . . . . If you have had any like this then think it must have been a one off, i'd have sent it back in your case.

  2. #22
    Mine were cut with a circular saw. They sunk the blade about 5mm, started the cut then noticed it was too short and adjusted. That went back to them. Nice clean sharp cuts though.

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