Biscuit joiner blade for small biscuits (Dewalt -- 22mm arbor) Where?

`Hey all,
I have a Dw682 joiner. It comes standard with a 4" x 22mm arbor 6 tooth blade. I need to do a few projects using the smaller, "Face Frame" biscuits. Searching on the net, all I can find are blades from Amana that cost upwards of $50. Since I'm not going into production with this setup -- I only have 20 or 30 slots to cut right now -- the price and probably the quality are a bit of overkill.
Surely there are other manufacturers of such blades? Does anyone know of a model, maker, source, price, etc?
Thanks if you can help!
/ts
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First off, The FF blade is 2" in diameter and the joiner must plunge 1" deeper than it normally would. Will the DeWalt do that?
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By Sat, 27 Sep 2003 03:23:40 GMT, "Leon"
decided to post "Re: Biscuit joiner blade for small biscuits (Dewalt -- 22mm arbor) Where?" to rec.woodworking:

The 2" blade is the one for the PC joiner. I think the size I'm seeking, that will work with the Dw682 is closer to 3" and will require setting the fine adjustment outward about 1/4" more.
I'm sure that this is probably a FAQ since so many people own this excellent tool, and this is not an uncommon task to ask of it!
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How does any machine do that? Isn't the radius of a 2" blade 1". How can you plunge "deeper" than the center bore of the blade?
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Nevermind .... I had a brain fart. I see what you mean. The blade won't touch the wood DUH. Where is my coffee?

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I have a Ryobi Detail Biscuit cheapie--probably costed less than the DW blade. It has a 1 1/2" inch blade (that is not carbide) and uses teenie biscuits.
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I have a PC and it came with both a 4" and 2" cutters. Maybe one of theirs will work on your machine. ela

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