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#1 posted 10-20-2018 02:37 AM

The amount of teeth on the blade does make a difference on tear out. My table saw & miter saw both have a 80 tooth blades in them. I realize most woodworkers prefer the 10” in 30 to 40 tooth blades. Lowes do cut for free when you buy the sheets from them. If you want, clamp a board as a guide to the sheet and run your skill saw. You can use your 60 or 64 tooth blade. It also helps to feed your saw slower to help from tear out issues.

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