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[Amazon Canada] Concord Blades WCB1000T080HP 10-Inch 80 Teeth TCT General Purpose Hard and Soft Wood Saw Blade

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[Amazon Canada] Concord Blades WCB1000T080HP 10-Inch 80 Teeth TCT General Purpose Hard and Soft Wood Saw Blade

Bought this last march for 16.99. Great blade still works great this year!
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frostiex wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2019 5:08 pm
Bought this last march for 16.99. Great blade still works great this year!
Just bought 2 and was about to post here but you beat me to it.
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Temp out of stock, but still let me place an order
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Professional quality, construction grade for ripping & crosscutting of thick hardwoods up to 3 1/2" thick and soft woods up to 1" thick.
I suppose its a misquote, but that is hella weird
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Ultra fine finish has the same teeth?

I don't even know the difference, I heard only teeth mattered. Looks like it might not work well with laminate?
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nellium wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2019 5:18 pm
I suppose its a misquote, but that is hella weird
Agreed.

Of course, an experienced woodworker wouldn't consider ripping 3 1/2" hardwood with a fine finish 80 tooth 10" blade and I doubt a hobbyist would have a project with hardwood that thick or a saw that had enough power to rip 3" stock.
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Done lots of trim work with this, it's a fine budget blade. I'd buy a second in a heartbeat if I needed one.
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Sounds like it will be perfect for my trim work. Thanks!
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Breaking news. Wood dust cause cancer, nose, neck, head and lungs!

Don't work too much with woods, but maybe better if u use your table saw once per year.
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frostiex wrote:
Aug 2nd, 2019 5:08 pm
Bought this last march for 16.99. Great blade still works great this year!
Also bought this blade for about $16 last year, works great, no complaints.
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L4cky wrote:
Aug 7th, 2019 2:51 pm
Breaking news. Wood dust cause cancer, nose, neck, head and lungs!

Don't work too much with woods, but maybe better if u use your table saw once per year.
Any small particles causes health problems. That's why it's good to use a dust mask when working with wood, and a chemical mask when working with VOCs.
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engineered wrote:
Aug 7th, 2019 3:37 pm
Any small particles causes health problems. That's why it's good to use a dust mask when working with wood, and a chemical mask when working with VOCs.
yeahh! but those marks, i can never find a way to seal them around my face or nose
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L4cky wrote:
Aug 7th, 2019 3:40 pm
yeahh! but those marks, i can never find a way to seal them around my face or nose
A silicone mask seals better if you can't get a paper one to work. If you insist on a beard, you'll have to use a whole head mask.

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