Selecting Table Saw Blades

Duration: 9:50

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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5 Responses to “Selecting Table Saw Blades”
  1. Wayne Williams in Garland, TX
    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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    • George Vondriska
      George Vondriska

      Looks like you’re right. Brain bubble on my part. Good news is that at 8:44, where you can clearly both edges of the top piece, the right edge (that was cut) looks good too.

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  2. bart
    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?

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    • WWGOA Team
      WWGOA Team

      TCG (triple chip grind) blades are great to have you work with abrasive materials like MDF. Hook angle on most rip blades will be around 12-degrees. On crosscut blades it can be from 5-degrees to negative 5-degrees. Today’s combination blades are 40-tooth alternate top bevel blades, and they do a pretty good job with most cuts.

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