Well, I've been using a total from woodworkerssource (?) as
encouragement for the local distributors.
Even with their current sale on domestic woods they are putting pressure
What they can't do is let me pick through their stock. :)
Mind you, it may be cheaper to buy wood living in Washington than here
I'll admit it, Arch.. I never sharpen blades...
I keep 3 or 4 of the HF blades around, stock up when on sale, etc...
They cut very well for a while, then when they start to dull, I chuck them into
the recycle bin and put another $8 blade in... works for my uses..
(of course, since I got the turning bug over a year ago, I can't find my saw
anyway... lol )
Please remove splinters before emailing
Four bucks a tooth is outrageous.
40T blade is $14. They do all brands. My DeWalt for the CMS came back
better than new.
My experience with cheap blades is that they just don't leave a nice finish
when needed. May be OK for cutting some frame work, but not for furniture
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