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Posted on thin kerf blade for ridgid r4512 - how useful is 0.06 thinner kerf?

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jmartel

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#1 posted 08-17-2018 02:49 PM

The slightly smaller kerf won’t affect it that much, but you will get a far greater cut by switching to a better blade. Ideally, 2. If you can, spring for a crosscut blade and a ripping blade. Ripping blade is good to have full kerf flat tooth grind so you can use it to make joints with as well.

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