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Carloz

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#1 posted 12-17-2017 04:46 PM



If I were you, I would buy a good quality combination blade. You may not recognize it now but rip blades do a very poor job of cross cutting by comparison.

- ArtMann


It might depend on the material you cut, I mostly use hard maple and could not notice a slightest difference in crosscut quality between 60 tooth and 24 tooth blades. Both are mirror like with no swirl marks whatsoever. That is why, after a while I stopped bothering switching to the crosscut blade.


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