right circular saw blade for the job

can anyone recommend a saw blade, how many teeth etc for a circular saw cutting 3/4 plywood. the one i have fitted rips it to bits.
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If you're using a hand-held circular saw (i.e. SkilSaw), I've had good luck with a Freud Diablo blade. It's not a true "plywood" blade, but it does a very nice job on the birch plywood I've used it on so far. I think it was a 40 tooth blade.
Clint

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Lot of teeth, low hook angle and very high alternate top bevel.
Here is a sample of one-
http://www.forrestblades.com/hiat.htm
Preston

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Yeah, a $109.00 circular saw blade! That's whatcha need! >Preston Andreas" snipped-for-privacy@satx.rr.com

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Um...Table saws use circular saw blades... I wonder if the original poster was needing a blade for a Circle Saw.

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Sounds like maybe its a hand held circular saw and you're cutting cross grain. If so, try scoring the cut with a razor knife and straightedge, then cutting to the waste side of the score.. You might have to plane a bit but you'll get good results with any kind of blade. This is assuming you don't have a million pieces to cut, of course, in which case go for the hundred dollar blade.
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