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    I am looking for a good blade for oak plywood.
    Any recommendations
    Thanks for any help I get

  • #2
    SCWood,

    Check out the link to carbide.com below. Their search feature can help narrow your choices of blades. I use a Freud Diablo D1080X and a Freud TK806 and I included a link to their site as well. I usually rip my plywood oversize with the stock Ridgid blade then use a finish blade to cut to size.

    http://www.carbide.com/catalog/CTSB_...al_options.cfm

    http://www.freudtools.com/tool_searc...ion1&section=a

    Hope this helped.
    Patrick

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    • #3
      carbide.com is an awesome site. they have an awesome facility too, when i lived in california i frequented them as they were only 13 miles from my house. it is my opinion that the best combo blade for what you are looking for would be the CMT general. I bought one and couldnt be happier with it. (and it just so happens it came from carbide.com)
      \"A SHIP OF WAR IS THE BEST AMBASSADOR\"<br /><br />OLIVER CROMWELL

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      • #4
        I bought a Forrest Woodworker II (mentioned in some above posts). I've gotten great, splinter-free results using it on red oak plywood. Also mentioned above, I got the 1/8th inch kerf. I have been very pleased.

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