Getting ready to replace all the blades (SCMS, tablesaw, etc) as they've
pretty been sharpened to nothing. Its been a few years since I've had to buy
a new tablesaw blade, and I was wondering if the WW2 has held its quality.
Is there something better out there now?
Its going into a unisaw, and is used primarily for furniture type work.....
I resharpen (the reason its been so long since I've had to buy a new
blade....), so thats something to consider too...
I've been using a WWII for years and it has performed well even with a
couple of sharpenings. A while back I won a Freud Glueline blade in a
raffle at WW show. This blade is touted to rip so well that the edge is
ready for glueing - no jointer needed. Well, I've been using that Freud as
my only blade - rips and crosscuts. And it performs better than the WWII,
at half the cost. I doubt that I'd buy another WWII. I still like them,
but no longer think they are worth the premium.
And yes, rips off the Freud are ready for glue.
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