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#1 posted 10-11-2012 04:39 PM

I used the diablo combo blade and I have mixed feelings on that one. First it cut maple and walnut like butter. But after several cuts I noticed it was not cutting as good. So I cleaned it, and nothing. Checked my table saw and accessory accuracies and all seemed good. Then I noticed that one tooth was coming off. Checked all others and they seemed good. I dont think I banged it on any metal surface and the tooth was not chipped. Just the brazing that holds the tooth was not good enough I guess.

I liked it at the beginning. But I think I will experiment with other blades before I settle on diablo .

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