Top-Notch Plywood Blade?
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This being the starting end of a new year and not having seen a similar thread in recent memory, I thought I'd ask.

What is your favorite top-end plywood blade for a 10" table saw?

Thanks in advance
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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)
I'm not sure if it's considered top end, but I really like my Freud Combination blade for plywood.
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  Re: RE: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by lincmercguy (I'm not sure if it's...)
(02-03-2021, 10:44 PM)lincmercguy Wrote: I'm not sure if it's considered top end, but I really like my Freud Combination blade for plywood.

That's what I use,really like it.


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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)
Another one for the Freud Combination blade.
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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)
(02-03-2021, 09:45 PM)cputnam Wrote: This being the starting end of a new year and not having seen a similar thread in recent memory, I thought I'd ask.

What is your favorite top-end plywood blade for a 10" table saw?

Thanks in advance

I've had great luck with Freud LU85R010.
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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)
For circular blades, pretty much anything Freud.
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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)

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  Re: RE: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by stav (For circular blades,...)
(02-04-2021, 08:41 AM)stav Wrote: For circular blades, pretty much anything Freud.

whats yer recommendation if a  square blade is used? Big Grin
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  Re: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by cputnam (This being the start...)
I don't use square blades, so I wouldn't be able to provide an informed recommendation there.  I used rectangular ones or knife shapes ones. I might be able to help with those.  Big Grin
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  Re: RE: Top-Notch Plywood Blade? by stav (I don't use square b...)
I really like the Freud Ultimate Plywood blade Phil recommended.  In the old days prior to carbide blades, or at least prior to me being able to afford them, the Sears steel plywood blades cut great.  I don't think carbide cuts any smoother, just lasts 25 times longer.  Of course, plywood quality was a lot better back then, so who knows.  

John
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