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Oshlun SDS-0842 8" 42-Tooth Stack Dado Set EXPIRED

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decent price for the oshlun dado if you are in the market. seems like it comes into this price range a couple of times a year.

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For anyone looking at a dado stack this is a great set. Up until this year these were typically around $92 but have gone up and even at the regular price it's an amazing value. I've used 7-8 different stacks ranging from $30 to $300 ones and the Oshlun ones (including the 6") give an amazing cut for the price, only the $200+ sets have been better.

For any new woodworkers wondering about the size, they do make 10" dado stacks but 8" is ideal (or 6" if you have an underpowered saw) because you aren't cutting material at full height often. Smaller sized stacks will tax the motor less and are more efficient.

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For anyone looking at a dado stack this is a great set. Up until this year these were typically around $92 but have gone up and even at the regular price it's an amazing value. I've used 7-8 different stacks ranging from $30 to $300 ones and the Oshlun ones (including the 6") give an amazing cut for the price, only the $200+ sets have been better.

For any new woodworkers wondering about the size, they do make 10" dado stacks but 8" is ideal (or 6" if you have an underpowered saw) because you aren't cutting material at full height often. Smaller sized stacks will tax the motor less and are more efficient.
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I was quite literally looking at this yesterday. Glad I waited a day! Thanks!
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is this a good option for the 10" metabo saw that's been on sale recently?
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is this a good option for the 10" metabo saw that's been on sale recently?
Assuming you mean the model C10RJ, yes it will fit up to the saw's max width of 13/16". Keep in mind you might need to go slow and make multiple passes for larger cuts. And you will need a different throatplate.
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Would 6" size be a better option for the metabo saw?
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Would 6" size be a better option for the metabo saw?
Yes, I have both sizes and still prefer my 6" Oshlun even on my Jet Proshop II contractor saw. The 8" only comes out in the rare occasion I need a very deep dado.
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I was quite literally looking at this yesterday. Glad I waited a day! Thanks!
Same here.. WTF SD. Lol
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Same here.. WTF SD. Lol
It's almost like they know...
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Thought this was a robot vacuum 😔
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Thought this was a robot vacuum 😔
Why not modify a robot vacuum with these though...
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Great deal. Note to sawstop folks, this isn't the most compatible set as the full body blades add too much mass for the break.
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Great deal. Note to sawstop folks, this isn't the most compatible set as the full body blades add too much mass for the break.
New to wood working and wanted some dados...if I'm reading this correctly my ridgid saw with a saw brake would struggle because this is a full body dado? My current plans only need a 1/2" dado but I like the idea of flexibility. Is that accurate? Thanks
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New to wood working and wanted some dados...if I'm reading this correctly my ridgid saw with a saw brake would struggle because this is a full body dado? My current plans only need a 1/2" dado but I like the idea of flexibility. Is that accurate? Thanks
Probably specific to sawstop table saws where the blades get stopped instantly if a finger gets in the way. Normal table saw shouldn't have issues with 6 or 8 inch stacks if used correctly.
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