From this question How would I cut out lettering from a stamped piece of thick-sheet metal
I am looking to use a Jeweler's saw to cut through a piece of what I believe is stainless steel. According to my measurement it was measured at about 1/32 of an inch which according to Google is 0.79375mm. Essentially it was sized at one of the little notches on my tape measure which I believe was 1/32 of an inch.
I am curious what blade sizes would be recommended? From what I have seen from some charts online that the thickness of the blade could make the hole bigger, but I want as thin a cut as possible, while being able to cut nicely through this material and cut the letters properly and with precision.
I have been checking out these charts https://www.google.com/search?q=jewelry+saw+blade+chart&sa=X&tbm=isch&gbv=2&sei=F5T-V97jBcLRmwGM54TgBg#imgrc=Xum-J5TEfM8JxM%3A
But don't really understand which materials need which blade, except the one chart that discusses materials, except for metals, which is what I have. Some charts discuss ability to cut precise cuts and such like that, so I want to make sure I'm working with the correct blades. I believe I got 1/0 to 8/0 blades with my saw.
AS mentioned in the above topic, I am looking to cut out letters in this material such as this.
Thank you all.
NOTE: The Jewelers saw failed as it's not tall enough, bought a Fretsaw and Coping Saw to replace it, hopefully that does better.