This thin kerf table saw blade produces smooth as sanded rips and crosscuts in hardwoods up to 2" thick. For another option in the Forrest Woodworker II series, check out the ATB General Purpose Blade.
The Woodworker II is a top-quality general purpose blade. This thin kerf version of the WWII is perfect for table saws under 3HP.
- 40 tooth
- 3/32" Kerf
- Teeth have 15 Degree alternating tooth bevel
- 20 degree face hook for easy feed
- Carbide tipped
- 5/8" Arbor
- Produces smooth as sanded cuts
|Manufacturer Part Number||WW10407100|
|Saw Blade Diameter||10"|
|Material Cutting||Hardwood, Softwood|
|Number of Teeth||40|
Just OKPosted January 16, 2014
I was hoping to be blown away by this blade. It's OK, but nothing spectacular. I actually liked my Freud Thin Kerf Glueline Rip a lot better. I think I'll go back to that - better cuts, and a lot less expensive.
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.
Smooth cutting blade and well worth...Posted June 16, 2011
Smooth cutting blade and well worth the price.The Kerf blade cuts with little effort on the table saw. I will only use Forrest blades in the future.
This will be my second Forest...Posted February 21, 2011
This will be my second Forest Wood workerII. I have been using one for three years and can't imagine my shop with out it. I purchased a second blade so I won't ever be with out one. I like working in hard woods, cherry, oak, ash, ect..