I would like to see data. same with equipment sales people can't tell me the average hours to expect out of a machine and they draw a blank then tell you it's all in how it is maintained. There are averages and there are outlieOrs. A thick blade may not cut as fast as a thin one because it is cutting more material. If the blade is thinner it has a greater chance of warping. There is give and take. Bevel, diamond offset, composition, and cooling relief I would think would make a difference. I want to believe cost equals better when I spend more but what works works. Some people need designer clothes some people need extra holes and a higher pricetag.
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