|Forum topic by gr8outdrsmn||posted 12-23-2008 03:50 PM||982 views||0 times favorited||6 replies|
12-23-2008 03:50 PM
My father and I are going to be building bathroom and kitchen cabinets for his house, as well as some furniture in the future.
My question is, what blades would you reccomend to give us the best (cleanest) cut since we do not have a jointer to clean up the edges? We have seen up to a 100 tooth blade at Home Depot that runs about $75. Do we need that many teeth, or would we be fine with an 80 or 90? We currently have a 60 tooth blade on the miter saw and it does a fair job, but still tends to splinter the back of the cut occasionally. The tablesaw is a very low tooth count as it has been mainly a rough cut saw. I know we need a higher count, but am not sure what.
The tablesaw is a 10’’ blade and the miter saw is a 12’’ blade.
Any advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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