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Posted on What is the Best Blade for Cutting MDF on a Table Saw?

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knotscott

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#1 posted 553 days ago

MDF is is very easy to cut but is tough on edge life. The triple chip grind is the most durable, so is a good choice for MDF. If all else is equal, more teeth would leave a smoother cut but will have more resistance….fewer teeth will tend to cut faster with a rougher cut. Somewhere between 30T and 60T should work fine, and even an 80T would work. Find a deal on a good one and go with it.

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