My old Amana needs replacing or a pal in the blade drawer, so I'm
looking to buy a new 10" blade for my TS, and have never owned either
one of these blades, but I've read volumes of praise on the Forest
line. Most of my work is with birch or sometimes oak plywood and
solids run from maple to beech to oak when that's part of the project.
I rarely cut anything thicker than 2", but I keep hearing about how
smooth the cut is on a Forest WWII and I'm wondering if its worth the
extra bucks. My FIL was a professional furniture manufacturer in
North Jersey and he used to have his SystiMatics sharpened at Forest
over in Clifton... so his vote is obvious.
Also wondering if tooth wise, is a 10/50T a better choice (considering
my normal use) than a 10/40T?