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Old 12-13-2010, 02:46 PM   #1
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Final Cut Saw Blades?

I'm looking to purchase a quality finish blade for my 10" table saw. I'll be ripping mostly pine trim and some shelving (not quite sure of the material yet, probably some sort of melamine coated ply).

I'm considering one of these Final Cut blades:

The idea seems simple enough - A thin kerf blade with a sanding disk adhered to it.

I've read older reviews that said that the paper shredded, but newer ones suggest that they changed the adhesive and haven't seen that problem since.

Has anybody tried this blade?


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Old 12-13-2010, 06:42 PM   #2
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i remember my buddy telling me about these a couple years ago. He must have had one of the early ones, because the paper just fell off one day. He was impressed with the blade up to that point....


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If your saw allows it get a zero tolerance insert for the table and a good blade. That will give you nearly flawless cuts and last longer I think the final cut blade looks like gimik.
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Yes, get a zero tolerance insert. As far as the blade goes, I would suggest that you buy a Freud - that's all I use.
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Old 12-19-2010, 11:28 AM   #5
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Or a Diablo thin kerf. They're good too. I was tempted to try the Final Cut when I first saw it, but resisted temptation.....
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