It has been asked before but I am wondering just how fast a arrow saw will need to be to cut carbon arrow shafts???
I have an Apple Arrow Saw but it is the old one that is slow I think 5000 rpm for aluminum.They have another one that is 8000 that is recommended for carbons since I made the switch to carbons this year I am wanting to build my carbon arrows I have with aluminum but would like to build carbons after hunting is over.
How fast does a saw have to be to cut carbons? Will my 5000 rpm do the job or do I need at least 8000 rpms to do it correct / right? I have thought about buying just the motor and replace it but not sure it will work plus the newer ones have a dust collection attachment to hook a vaccum to it to keep the fibers from getting into your lungs when cutting carbons??? So my saw won't work with it... What can you guys tell me about rpms for cutting carbons how fast does it need to be??? ETC...