George Vondriska

Selecting Table Saw Blades

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George Vondriska introduces you to the various types of table saw blades in the line of DeWalt Precision Trim Saw Blades that you can utilize on a table saw for your woodworking projects. He talks about a crosscutting blade with 60-80 teeth in an alternate top bevel pattern that is optimal for end grain and sheet good cuts, a ripping blade with 24-40 teeth with a flat top grind good for ripping stock, and a general purpose 40-tooth blade with an alternating top bevel pattern AND deep gullets that you can use to both rip and crosscut wood.

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3 Responses to “Selecting Table Saw Blades”

  1. bart

    What about pitch angle on blades and triple chip grinds? Both are not mentioned in video. Also what do you think of combination blades?

  2. Steven Akers

    Good eyes Wayne. I played it back and you are correct.

  3. Wayne Williams in Garland, TX

    George, on the Red Oak Cross Cut at 8:40 in the video you stack the just cut pcs and show us the edge that was not cut by the 40 tooth blade.

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