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Posted on Which is the best general purpose table saw blade? Freud or WW 2?

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#1 posted 04-06-2008 10:59 PM

I’ve never tried the Forrest plywood blade, but I have 4 Woodworker II blades, two 30 and two 40 tooth. They are the best blades I’ve ever owned. The oldest one has been resharpened so many times I’m about ready to either have it retipped (80% of the new price cost) or get another one. I’ve used them to cut plywood with good results. If the price tag is too high for you, they will sharpen any blade using their process. I have a 80 tooth blade on my miter saw (Delta blade) that I had them replace a couple of broken tips and resharpen. It cost about $54. Your saw blades are just like chisels and hand planes, if they’re not sharp, the results are not going to be very good.

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