....other than a Forrest.
I have had this freakin' WWII blade for about 2 weeks
now. Ok it cost a C note.
I have put a lot of 8/4 oak and 3/4 oak ply through that thing.
It is awsome. *NO*
burning whatsoever. I have a Freud
laminate blade, but I think that the WWII does as good
a job on plywood. Ripped 8' 2x4's at 33 degrees with
no problem. This is an outstanding blade - everything
I put to it goes through like...well...butter! And it stays
sharp "as a razor" (sorry).
Excuse me...I am in awe....I am a convert...I have drunk (?)
the cool-aid. No other blade will ever do now.
I have the chopsaw blade on order. Can't wait to try it.
If you are considering the Forrest, do it - you will not
regret it - it will save you money in the long run and
end a lot of frustration with cheaper blades (I have a lot
of experience with those).
Never had a blade with a serial number on it before. Makes
me feel real good somehow.