I have a 10" Delta Shopmaster table saw, model TS-220 (or something
like that), but would like to upgrade to a contractor/cabinet saw in
the not-too-distant future. In the meantime, I'd like to get a
dado-blade I can use on the bench saw, but don't want to waste money.
Can I get a decent stacked dado (Freud, etc) and only use what will fit
on the shorter arbor? Will the saw be able to spin that much metal, or
am I stuck getting a smaller 6".
Also, I've seen the $100 Freud in stores, and have read that it's
decent (not great, but good). A woodworking class I took had an Oldham
stacked dado, and it seemed to cut clean dado's. Any difference in
quality between the two?