Forrest Woodworker II 10” Table Saw Blades
The Woodworker II blades have a well-earned reputation as the best on the market. They feature a 20° Face Hook for easy feed and have a double hard and 40% Stronger C-4 Carbide that guarantees up to a 300% longer life between sharpenings. These blades end scratchy saw cuts, second-step finishing and end cut 1/16” oversize to allow for resurfacing. Side wobble is held to .001”, significantly better than most other brands. Specially engineered clearances on the carbide teeth can eliminate side scoring. The result…no planing/jointing or sanding. In many cases, a glue-line cut can be obtained, depending on the accuracy of the table saw.
Available in a variety of tooth configurations.
The best selling blade in this category is the WWII Combination blade with 40 teeth. This standard kerf blade is a workhorse in the shop.
If you have an undersized saw or need to preserve material, the thin kerf WWII 40 tooth blade is the answer. This 3/32” kerf blade is a must for anyone with a smaller saw.
Their dedicated Rip blade yields surprisingly smooth cuts right from the saw machine. Use it for ripping any thickness soft or hardwood. This 20-tooth blade means no bogging down the saw, no matter the feed rate.
It's a Woodworker II, so it will still Rip 1" Hardwood and all Softwoods, but with a higher tooth count (48 teeth) it has, even more, splinter control. Ply-Veneer of oak and birch will crosscut with no bottom splinter at moderate feed rate.
- Diameter - 10"
- Bore - 5/8"
- Kerf - 1/8" Standard
- Kerf - 3/32" Thin
- Teeth - 20, 40, and 48
- Carbide - C-4 Carbide
- Bevel - 15 degree
- Relief 20 degree
- Std Kerf 40T (FR-WW10407125)
- Thin Kerf 40T(FR-WW10407100)
- Std Kerf 20T (FR-WW10206125)
- Std Kerf 48T(FR-WW10487125)
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