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knotscott

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#1 posted 01-13-2018 02:43 PM



Before anyone makes the assumption that one blade is better than another, I must emphasize the importance of a saw that is accurate and everything is adjusted for the best it can be. That is, an arbor that has minimal runout, a fence that is parallel to the blade and a miter gauge that can maintain settings. If a saw is not setup correctly, even a Forrest blade may not perform as it should. So make sure your saw is in good condition before considering a blade. If the saw is not aligned perfectly, the performance of any blade you put on it will be meaningless.

- MrRon

Great point Ron….couldn’t agree more. I’ll add that choosing the right blade for the task is extremely important too. If you use a 24T rip blade for fine crosscuts or plywood, it’ll cut, but you’re not likely to get optimum results.

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