In my experience, quite a while. Wait until you see a Chopmaster and
To be fair, I've seen other blades that are just as good, such as Ridge
Carbide, but they cost the same or more as a comparable Forrest.
I've generally seen the Ridge priced cheaper -- maybe I'm looking in
the wrong places :)
Dad's got the Ridge equivalent of a WWII on his TS. I have a WWII on
mine. I've never done a head to head comparison of the blades one a
single saw but my general impression is the that WWII leaves a glassier
surface though edges of the Ridge are also glue-ready. The
difference could be saw tuning, however.
never used one but on that same subject, does anyone use the
Chopmaster for cross cutting. I bought one at IWF (haven't recieved
it yet, supposed to ship today) based on the show demo.
While I've always been satisfied with my Leitz combo for the table saw
(have three), never had a decent negative hook cross cut blade.
Hope it is worth the money.
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