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#1 posted 02-21-2012 04:05 PM

About a year ago I needed a new general purpose blade for the tablesaw. I picked up a DeWalt 2 blade pack with a 40 tooth and a 60 tooth blade. I wasn’t expecting them to be the best blades going but for the money, $40-$60, I figured they’d work till I got some of my other blades sharpened. Yesterday I was cutting plywood, crossgrain, for garage shelving. There was no blowout on the underside and the cut was smooth. This was with the 40 tooth that has been used for a year. The 60 tooth blade I used on a cherry TV stand with both solids and plywood and I was really impressed with the cut. No burns and a smooth, glue ready cut. I got a lot more than I expected. I still haven’t gotten around to getting my other blades sharpened!

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