An efficient blade allows you to work faster. It reduces your waste material and delivers precision in your cuts. Avoid aggravation and get the smooth cuts you’re looking for with the right blade for your projects.
Depending on the material of each job, you’ll need a blade with different tooth settings. Ripping blades, crosscut blades, and composite blades give woodworkers options when they’re using their table saw. Whether you’re only making a few cuts or building a dining set, the correct saw blade is key to the success of your project. Let’s take a look at our favorites.
DeWalt 10-Inch Miter/Table Saw Blades
Best Two Pack
Made from tough tungsten carbide, the DeWalt 10-Inch Miter / Table Saw Blades stay sharp longer. This set of two features a 60-tooth cross-cutting and a 32-tooth general purpose blade for versatile, smooth cutting action. It’s a 10-inch saw blade combo that maintains a true edge with an anti-stick coating for reduced friction.
Makita 10-Inch Micro Polished Mitersaw Blade
Best Fine Crosscutting
The Makita 10-Inch Micro Polished Mitersaw Blade features 80 carbide teeth with up to 600 grit. Its hand-tensioned steel delivers a fine mirrored finish with a .091-inch ultra-thin kerf. It’s the ideal miter saw blade for fine crosscutting of hardwood, softwood, and plywood.
Freud 10" x 24T Thin Kerf Rip Blade
Best High-Density Carbide
For heavy-duty blades regardless of saw power, the Freud 10" x 24T Thin Kerf Rip Blade allows for faster feed rate and reduced waste. They’re cut with high-performance lasers and made with coated high-strength steel. Innovative tri-metal brazing gives this blade extra flexibility and impact resistance. The result is reduced drag and extended durability, cut after cut.
Quality blades make all the difference when it comes to woodworking. With the items on our list, you make the most of your table saw. For faster and visibly smoother cuts, you need a good blade in your arsenal.