I have been testing cutting plywood that is 0.45 in thick, and with two passes it doesn’t go all the way through. I saw from some other posts that someone was able to cut 0.50 in thick.
I’m not sure what type of wood this is, but i know its plywood and I checked the thickness with my digital calipers.
Here is a video of the wood, and it’s thickness.
I started from Proofgrade Thick Maple Plywood, but there isn’t a description about how thick GFUI determines what thickness “Thick Maple Plywood” is to know if it will cut with 1, 2, 3 passes.
I want to cut in minimal passes but not catch on fire. I noticed that with 2 passes it doesn’t cut deep enough with the PG settings for Thick Maple Plywood (which was a starting point, but ma not be the type of wood this is).
What advice do you guys have that I should try?