>I also apologize for taking so long to reply. I'll try to do better than 4 minutes next time.
...please. I don't have all day and now you've thrown me off schedule and the rest of the weekend is hosed. Geeze... :D
Seriously though, thanks for the info and quick reply! [img]smile.gif[/img]
[ 04-10-2004, 01:43 AM: Message edited by: lgldsr ]
hi I'm new to this site but I've seen/used the craftsman adjustable dado and I really think it blows
i have used the blade your talking about and it is made for sears by vermont american. i used this blade both as a pro wood working shop and my home shop on a sears table saw with no problems what so ever. as for getting it repaired/ resharpened it comes with a lifetime warranty, and from what i was told by the salesman, was all that was needed to do was to send the blade back to them and they would repair or replace the blade and the only down time was shipment because when they get ur blade they ship out one thats all ready. as far as adjustments i have not found on on the market as good as this blade,,,,
I have this set (fantastic value), but it does not provide a super clean profile. As long as you don't have exposed dadoes this will not be a problem.
This has to be the first time I have ever heard of a HF brand blade/bit or otherwise being remotely compared to a high cost pro grade like item. Makes me feel pretty good about the $19.95 wonder I got in the garage. I might go get another, hey it'll take 10 HF's to equal a Forrest, and I rarely dado oak ply without scoring the cut first. I wasn't even aware HF had one with 6 tooth chippers.