As the land rose, the rushing Colorado cut down through it, just as a rotary saw blade cuts a narrow kerf into a log that is being lifted up into a sawmill.
A metal blade is set in the kerf and this is tapped to split the stone.
First, a notch or kerf is cut using a laser or another diamond.
What is needed is a power handsaw that can cut a kerf immediately adjacent to a corner juncture defined by a horizontal surface and a vertical surface.
Simply place the clip end into the kerf in your apron and screw the other end to your table top.
The set, or alternating tilt of each tooth, cuts a kerf that is wider than the thickness of the blade.
Board insulation is usually 1 to 2 inches thick and is cut or kerfed to fit between metal ties in cavity walls.
Next, cut a series of closely spaced saw kerfs across the boards.
I cut a series of kerfs in the notch area and knocked out the waste with a chisel and mallet.