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Offline aretstudent

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Pluswood by Panolam
« on: January 25, 2017, 02:27 PM »
Do any of you have any experience with Pluswood thermofused laminates by Panolam? Either good bad or ugly. I am looking into building some cabinets and have no experience with this product. I will be cutting it down with my TS55 and a laminate blade and want to make sure that I will not get too much chipping. I have read through quite a few threads on cutting laminate with the TS55 and would like to make sure this product will hold up. One of the building suppliers here in Minneapolis carries it.

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Re: Pluswood by Panolam
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2017, 02:35 PM »
I've used Panolam, not that line. Their products I have used are excellent products. I use the TS 55 with the laminate blade.

Tom