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Oshlun 6'' Stack Dado Set

Item #
21947
Rating:
90% of 100

Make perfect flat-bottom cuts! Affordable saw blade and dado set features full-size chippers for easier setup and less chance of wobble or vibration. With C-4 industrial quality carbide tips. Ideal for all types of dimensioned lumber, plywood, soft wood, hard wood, artificial and processed woods, and melamine.

(2) 6" x 30 tooth x 5/8" arbor outside saws with 1/8" thick kerfs
(6) 5-tooth full-body chippers (four 1/8", one 1/16" and one 3/32")
(1) Steel Shim Set for fine adjustments
More Information
Brand Oshlun
Manufacturer Part Number SDS-0630
Weight 5.7500
Tech Spec
  • Dado range is 1/4" to 29/32"
  • Maximum RPM 7000
Tech Docs N/A
Kerf Width N/A
Saw Blade Diameter 6"
Material Cutting Hardwood, Melamine, Plywood, Softwood
Number of Teeth N/A
4.5 / 5.0
26 Reviews
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Works as advertised
Makes nice clean bottom dados. Only minor issue is the shims drop into the arbor threads preventing the stack from closing up when tightening the nut. This would happen with any stacked dado set. A little oil on the shims keeps them in place.
April 11, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Works perfectly for what I do in both my table saw and my Ridgid
RAS.
June 2, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
My first experience with a stacked...
My first experience with a stacked dado set was with an 8" IKT form Lowes. After less than desirable results I did a little research and foung this 6" Oshlun set for $15 cheaper. I figured it was worth a try and if nothing else I would save a little $$$. I ordered the Oshlun set and returned the IKT set the next morning and am glad I did. The Oshlun set was MUCH better and well built than the IKT set. I am very well pleased with my purchase.
May 18, 2011
Have only used it on 3/4"...
Have only used it on 3/4" MDF so far but this product works great in my Ridgid 3650. No complaints! recommended.
March 14, 2011
For years I dadoed with my...
For years I dadoed with my router, so this is the first stacked set that I ever bought. I was surprised with the smooth cut that it made. I made a test cut in solid red oak and it was impressive. It was better and easier than any router dado that I had done. Both the shoulders and the bottom of the cut were completely smooth, with no tear out at all. I would highly recommend this product. As you already know, if you have dealt with Rockler, service is first rate.
February 1, 2011
Used dado set building 2 cabinets...
Used dado set building 2 cabinets for a friend.Got very clean cuts in chinese plywood something I didn't get with the other set I have.Very satisfied with this dado set,would recommend these to anybody.
January 31, 2011
Admittedly, this is the first Dado...
Admittedly, this is the first Dado set I ever purchased. But, on first impressions this was an outstanding purchase. Solid, heavy construction with sharp carbide teeth. I've already made several cuts with it at various dimensions and have found that everyone of them was spot on. Highly recommended.
January 28, 2011
Awesome! I bought this set during...
Awesome! I bought this set during the January sale to upgrade from my old steel dado set without spending a fortune to try it. I was skeptical at first when I saw the price compared to other brands, but the quality showed when I took it out of the box, and It works as advertised, a very smooth perfectly flat bottom cut! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend these to anyone
January 23, 2011
Beginning woodworker. 1st dado set. Clean...
Beginning woodworker. 1st dado set. Clean accurate cuts. Now I have to upgrade my table saw since it's arbor won't handle a 3/4" cut. For the price this is an excellent value and carbide tipped as well.
January 20, 2011
GREAT product! Even with my limited...
GREAT product! Even with my limited skills, it was easy to set up a perfect dado for 3/4" plywood. The shim set makes it easy to get an exact width & the cuts were clean with no tearout. I can not imagine that the $300 sets would do any better job.
July 6, 2010
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
I needed an upgrade for my Craftsman blades
Arthur M on Jun 18, 2018
My old dado set is dull. The positive reviews convinced me to choose this product
Larry K on Jul 22, 2017
I needed an upgrade for my Craftsman blades
Arthur M on Jun 18, 2018
Reviews were good
Charles A on Sep 7, 2017
My old dado set is dull. The positive reviews convinced me to choose this product
Larry K on Jul 22, 2017
for my work shop
Ronald B on Feb 17, 2017
BEST VALUE
Keith V on Jan 17, 2017
Needed for project and it got good reviews
richard b on Jan 1, 2017
Reviews/price
Aiyer on Dec 19, 2016
to have on hand in my building furniture and other projects.
Marc S on Jun 22, 2016
liked the price and read the reviews
John D on May 19, 2016
reviews
Ed H on Mar 8, 2016
They are a high quality company. There product is made of solid materials. And the price is right.
Deborah L on Feb 22, 2016
Price and online reviews
David P on Jan 3, 2016
Quality Product... too small for my needs. Should have measured my saw. Make sure it's large enough.
Timothy D on Jul 24, 2015
The more teeth the better the cut, is a general rule I work by. Most chippers in other Dados are two teeth. These have five each.
Michael P S on Jul 16, 2015
This set had excellent reviews and the price is right.
Steve B on Jul 14, 2015
Based on previous reviews of this product at my price point I felt this was the best option.
James S on May 20, 2015
Reviews were good
Charles A on Sep 7, 2017
for my work shop
Ronald B on Feb 17, 2017
What size arbor do you need?
Chelsea K on Nov 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You need a 5/8" arbor. Your saw owners manual should tell you the maximum width. Good luck!
does this set include a carrying case?
Thomas S on Feb 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: According to the manufacturer, this item no longer includes a case.
Can I use just one of the 1/8" side blades to cut a flat bottom 1/8" dado? The cut range starts at 1/4" in the description. Why Not 1/8?
Sean M H on Feb 1, 2017