Anyone try any of the new "glue line" rip blades being offered by several saw
blade manufacturers? Was wondering if they are all they are claimed to be (ie
you can glue immediatly after ripping). All comments appreciated
What's new about them?
I've tried DeWalt, Amana, Freud, CMT and several others. You can glue right
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My 40T WWII rips more accurate edges than my Freud "Glue Line Rip". The
Freud is a thin kerf, and I suspect it deflects. The full kerf version
of the blade will probably do better, but I have no reason to buy one.
I've use a Freud blade, and now mostly use a Ridge Carbide 40T combo blade.
No one ever told me not to glue right after ripping, but it has always
worked. I'm not sure what advantage these "special" blades would have.
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