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    Hello all! It's been several months since I was active here and glad to be back! Great info as always - thanks.
    It seems I'm a cold weather woodworker. Other work deadlines have been completed and it's time to get back to woodworking...

    Just want to share something regarding quality tools. Last year I searched, posted and found much info about Forest WWII blades. I purchased one about 6 months ago and it was not mounted until yesterday on my 3650.

    Holy crap! I never knew cuts could be so easy and precise. It was just 3/4 oak but it is absolutely unbelieveable how it went through like butter.

    I'm only sorry it has taken this long to try my new blade. Next up, I need to break out the Freud Stacked Dado I bought 6 months ago as well!

    Thanks for all the great info here.
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    Stay well and play well.
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    Originally posted by skipsax View Post
    Hello all! It's been several months since I was active here and glad to be back! Great info as always - thanks.
    It seems I'm a cold weather woodworker. Other work deadlines have been completed and it's time to get back to woodworking...

    Just want to share something regarding quality tools. Last year I searched, posted and found much info about Forest WWII blades. I purchased one about 6 months ago and it was not mounted until yesterday on my 3650.

    Holy crap! I never knew cuts could be so easy and precise. It was just 3/4 oak but it is absolutely unbelieveable how it went through like butter.

    I'm only sorry it has taken this long to try my new blade. Next up, I need to break out the Freud Stacked Dado I bought 6 months ago as well!

    Thanks for all the great info here.
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    Great blade. I picked one up myself on sale @ Amazon about 2-months ago. Cuts are very clean. One of the biggest factors in my decision to buy the blade is that I can drop it off at Forrest Mfg to be resharpened (I live in NJ).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by skipsax View Post
      Holy crap! I never knew cuts could be so easy and precise. It was just 3/4 oak but it is absolutely unbelievable how it went through like butter.
      It's always a nice feeling when you buy something and it works even better than you expected it too, isn't it?
      Teach your kids about taxes..........eat 30 percent of their ice cream.

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      • #4
        I had the same reaction to my WWII. Congrats on grabbing a great general purpose blade!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MrZ View Post
          Great blade. I picked one up myself on sale @ Amazon about 2-months ago. Cuts are very clean. One of the biggest factors in my decision to buy the blade is that I can drop it off at Forrest Mfg to be resharpened (I live in NJ).
          Nice! You can then go across the street to Rutt's Hut for a Jersey dog.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CheekyMonkeyWrench View Post
            Nice! You can then go across the street to Rutt's Hut for a Jersey dog.
            Yesssssss!!!!! My plan exactly.

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            • #7
              Well here it is...the first project using solid oak and the Forrest blade.
              Stay well and play well.
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              • #8
                Pic might help!

                oops. Pic might help!
                Stay well and play well.
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                • #9
                  Pic here.

                  I have great intentions. Just can't seem to press the "upload" button!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by skipsax View Post
                    I have great intentions. Just can't seem to press the "upload" button!
                    Nice work!!

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                    • #11
                      Thanks MrZ...I'm learning...
                      Stay well and play well.
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