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#1 posted 07-29-2018 08:38 PM

I forgot to say in my initial post I need to crosscut 6/4 plank also.

Well someone told me I rather buy a good combination blade. Otherwise I would need to change blade each time I want to crosscut. He said a good combination bldae will allow good ripping and also good crosscut.

That’s what builtinbkyn is telling in his post. What do you think about it? I do woodworking as a hobby, don’t have a lot of boardfoot to rip and while I will do more rippinfg than crosscut I think I will not enjoy changing blade each time.

DO you agree with builtinbkyn using a combo blade would be better choice? Any other good combo blade recommandation

thanks


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