Well I just received my new "Dadonator" blade from infinity tools. I tried
a couple of trial cuts on laminate , plywood and come oak. I'm very
impressed so far and I like the multiple shims included to get that perfect
fit. Anybody else have any comments on this blade?
soliciting comments, because sure as hell, SOMEBODY will have something
negative to say about it and then you go back to it to scrutinize it
more closely. (You should have quit while your ahead. <g> )
I have NO idea what quality the blade you got is, I'm just talking in
general about anytime someone says "x" is great, someone else will chime
in with "x" sucks "because...". They let the wind out of your sails.
the SD608 and Forest Dado. The tiny, tiny (.007) "bat wings" aren't
visible on the ends once you do a glue up and touch up sanding. At
least not on the few projects I've made with it. Maybe someone else is
even more picky than I am (hard to imagine). <g> If the outer edges of
the blades weren't slightly longer than the inner portion and the
chippers the 508 wouldn't provide chip-free results in Melamine and ply.
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