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DeWalt 10 in. Dia. x 5/8 in. Carbide Tipped Construction Circular Saw Blade 60 teeth 1 pk for 14.99
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For reference, $35 at HD and $26 at Amazon.

Good price
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How's this compare to the Diablo D1060X?
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How's this compare to the Diablo D1060X?
Diablo is probably better (last longer) but you could buy 3 of these for a couple bucks more than 1 diablo
https://handtoolexpert.com/best-c...saw-blade/
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Diablo is probably better (last longer) but you could buy 3 of these for a couple bucks more than 1 diablo
https://handtoolexpert.com/best-c...saw-blade/
Well I don't know about 3, the Diablos are 29.97 at walmart right now and I get 10% back there with samsung pay. So is a Diablo worth about twice? 879

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Well I don't know about 3, the Diablos are 29.97 at walmart right now and I get 10% back there with samsung pay. So is a Diablo worth about twice? 879

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It will also depend on which materials you'll be using it. For hardwoods and pine diablo is better choice but plywoods, PVC or any plastics you're better off with cheaper "disposable" blades IMO. Diablo might have more "flex" since it's thinner kerf usually but better to slice through materials (think of "white collar" while DeWalt more of "thicker and rougher version" = "blue collar" 😉
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I've been running this blade since I got my DeWalt 10" miter. Made hundreds of cuts and the blade is still going strong. Softwoods, hardwoods, pressure treated, plywood, haven't ran into any issues.
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It will also depend on which materials you'll be using it. For hardwoods and pine diablo is better choice but plywoods, PVC or any plastics you're better off with cheaper "disposable" blades IMO. Diablo might have more "flex" since it's thinner kerf usually but better to slice through materials (think of "white collar" while DeWalt more of "thicker and rougher version" = "blue collar" 😉
That analogy fails as most white collars would hire blue collars to do the work.
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i got a 2-pack Avanti for $20 and they cut as good as dewalt. but $15 is a good buy.
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How do I know when it's time to replace a blade?
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How do I know when it's time to replace a blade?
When it stops cutting smoothly. You'll feel the difference between a good cut and when it goes bad
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i got a 2-pack Avanti for $20 and they cut as good as dewalt. but $15 is a good buy.
Its more about how long it can cut as good...
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That analogy fails as most white collars would hire blue collars to do the work.
Would Japanese katana vs battle-axe be better🙂
For trim I like using CMT 45 degree ATB but the teeth are so sharp that if you drop too fast or let go trigger when not yet through the piece expect bad outcome for sure, the edges are as smooth as they were polished though.
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How do I know when it's time to replace a blade?
When smoke comes out of your saw. DONT WAIT UNTIL THEN.

You'll see burn marks on the wood.
You'll also feel the wood doesn't move as fast on your table saw.
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