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Floyd Hall

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#1 posted 02-24-2018 10:53 PM


If you re ripping thicker stock thin kerf blades
and lower tooth counts can help.

Other than that, when people claim they cut
8/4 oak on a contractor saw “like butter” I
roll my eyes.

- Loren

I’m using Freud industrial thin-kerf blades, one glue line rip and one combo. And, yeah, I love it when people say they can cut 10/4 hardwoods with the 1/4 hp table saw because it’s set up just that perfect.


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