- From: "Dr. Deb" <debsmail@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 19:04:18 -0500
I know, or strongly assume, several of you are using very high end blades
(cf., Forrest Woodworker II).
I wonder if you would mind doing a little blade comparison/test for me? The
reason I am asking you to do it rather than doing it myself is, its a lot
cheaper for you to spend 19.95 +tax than it is for me to plunk down 110.95
Harbor Freight has a blade I have been using for a long time and with very
good results. Crosscuts are usually, depending on the wood, extremely
smooth, the carbide last a long time and the rip cuts are a bit rougher than
the crosscuts but still acceptable. At least compared to other blades (none
high end) I have used.
Being a HF blade, I know I will never see it in a comparison test and was
wondering just how it compared.
The blade is this one.
I guess they call it a "Novelty Blade" because its a 50tooth raker, rather
than the standard 40tooth.
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