The ultimate blade
Posted May 23, 2014
I've read the other reviews bragging on this blade - there is none better! I use a blade stabilizer with it. No need to sand or join when you use this blade - incredibly outstanding. I bought my second one a month after the first. I never wanted to have to use a "regular" blade again so when I sent it off to be sharpened, I always had a Woodworker II on my saw. I used to be a hobbyist - I am now a professional making a living. You will find NOTHING better and believe me - I've used every major name out there.
Buy this blade! Cuts very smooth...
Posted February 24, 2012
Buy this blade! Cuts very smooth and well worth the money. I was very hesitant about spending over $100 on a table saw but I was convinced by some of the other reviews and took the plunge. The only issue I had was that it was stuck on the arbor. I used a couple wooden wedges to pop it off. After that I haven't had any issues. Highly recommended.
I waited a long time to...
Posted July 18, 2011
I waited a long time to publish this review because I wanted to use this in a variety of tasks first. I am a professional woodworker with a shop full of tools, but this is the single greatest tool I own. This is the cadillac of all saw blades, they just don't get better. It produces smoother then planing, never needs sanding, cut-your-finger-on-the-edge-of-the-board, smooth cuts. I have literally cut two pieces of wood and glued them together without jointing to make large carcass pieces. I use it with a P&C Cabinet saw and have not smelled burnt wood since. The price points to the quality of the blade, and I would be willing to pay more actually for the results. When I cut miters for picture frames, I glue them right up, no paring needed. If you are a serious woodworker, this is the only blade you should have on your saw.