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November 19, 2017

Premium Forrest Saw Blades for 10 inch Saws

Selecting Forrest Saw Blades for your 10 inch Saws

 

When you look through a selection of Forrest saw blades you will notice a large variety of blades from which to choose. In this article I will narrow the choices to the 10 inch table saw. If you have not used Forrest saw blades before, I would recommend that you give them a try. Many woodworkers that I have talked to have used these saw blades in their woodworking shops and are quite pleased with the performance. Personally, I use the Forrest Woodworker II commonly on my 10 inch Delta Unisaw and have for years. I have three of these blades so that when two blades have dulled I send them out for saw sharpening. Then I still have the third table saw blade available to cut material for my woodworking projects.

 

Table Saw Blades:

 

The Forrest Woodworker II  10″ 40 Tooth ATB .125 Kerf Saw Blade is a very good general purpose table saw blade. It is designed for both moderate ripping and cross cutting. The cutting action of this blade is exceptionally good. I like to plane or sand the wood prior to applying a finish. However, there is not much planing or sanding required after cutting with this saw blade. The material is very smooth after cutting with this saw blade.

 

The Forrest Woodworker II 10″ 20T Rip Blade Thin Kerf is an ideal table saw blade for ripping through heavy, thick stock as the blade has a thin kerf.

 

Miter Saw Blade:

 

A Forrest Chopmaster 10″ 80 Tooth ATBR Miter and Radial Saw Blade  does an excellent job on my miter saw. The cross cuts are exceptionally clean and vibration free.

 

 

These saw blades made by Forrest are made in America and are of high quality. The cutting action is quiet and smooth. Just use moderate pressure when ripping or cross cutting and let the saw blade do its job.

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