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CMT thin-kerf 24-tooth ATB/FTG 10” table saw blades - $25.99

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I never used CMT blades. Checking prices, I found that Amazon has 10 ripping blade for $1 more with free Prime shipping:

https://taytools.com/products/cmt...2894391383

https://www.amazon.com/CMT-250-02...B000P4O76E

I guess i'll give it a try at that price. Diablo that I currently use is $40 so I'll have a spare for a few $ less. One day wood will go back down, right?
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Does anyone know if this will leave a flat kerf?
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Each tooth is ground to razor sharp precision on a multi-axis CNC machine which creates perfect edge angles, guaranteeing extra-clean cuts and extended tool life. featuring less than 0.40 μm R max in edge roughness.
Is that what your looking for?
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Quote from anhkietngo :
Does anyone know if this will leave a flat kerf?
The 24T rip blade listed here will leave a flat kerf, as it has both Flat Top Grind and Alternating Bevel teeth. Those Flat Top Grid teeth will create the flat kerf you are looking for. The other blades listed on sale only have Alternating Bevel teeth and will not create a flat kerf.

More details here: https://www.cmtorangetools.com/me...%20(4).pdf
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One day wood will go back down, right?

Sheet goods should come down in price in the next year or so, but nobody is seeing dimensional pine dropping anytime soon. The five monopolies have their own cartel, where they can sell less and make the same or more money in a demanding market for housing at rock bottom interest rates.

Standing wood has not changed much in price for the past 20 years.... Plenty of standing cedar and hardwoods on old CRP ground, but most of the pine is being hoarded by the five monopolies. If a local saw mill is close, it is considerably cheaper in lumber cost to build a house out of a lot stronger white oak than it is with pine.... but then there is the additional labor time.
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CMT blades are the best, though I've not used their ITK line. I'm super happy with their Orange Chrome Carbide line. Katz-Moses just put out an awesome video on sharpening blades and when to do so. https://youtu.be/OSXacCeEZu4
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Quote from c2h5oh :
I never used CMT blades. Checking prices, I found that Amazon has 10 ripping blade for $1 more with free Prime shipping:

https://taytools.com/products/cmt...2894391383 [taytools.com]

https://www.amazon.com/CMT-250-02...B000P4O76E [amazon.com]

I guess i'll give it a try at that price. Diablo that I currently use is $40 so I'll have a spare for a few $ less. One day wood will go back down, right?
CMT ITK Plus is their quality Italian blade line.... with harder carbon teeth.

I just went through their listings, as we need a quality .1875 to .250 inch flat bottom kerf for groove cutting and not finding one larger than a .102. Not wanting to make two passes, I may have to go through our old blades that typically have a wider carbon tooth and send out to get sharpened.
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Quote from c2h5oh :
I never used CMT blades. Checking prices, I found that Amazon has 10 ripping blade for $1 more with free Prime shipping:

https://taytools.com/products/cmt...2894391383 [taytools.com]

https://www.amazon.com/CMT-250-02...B000P4O76E [amazon.com]

I guess i'll give it a try at that price. Diablo that I currently use is $40 so I'll have a spare for a few $ less. One day wood will go back down, right?
Coincidentally I actually ordered that one from Amazon several days ago - and what came is an ITK-Extreme. Looks like they are probably phasing out the ITK Industrial in favor of the new ITK Extreme but reusing the model numbers. The new extreme appears to have all the same specs as the CMT Chrome line (their top of the line blades) but with a thinner kerf (.102"). Personally I would pay the extra $1 to get the newer nicer blade. The ITK Extreme combination blade is also a good price at $39.99 - https://smile.amazon.com/CMT-256-050-10-Industrial-Combination-Grindwith/dp/B000P4NTRC/ref=sr_1_6?dc... [amazon.com]
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It says 10", but is it 250mm or 254mm?
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It says 10", but is it 250mm or 254mm?
I don't think the 250 at the beginning of the model number denotes the size, as those 3 digits are different for all of their 10" blades, but I don't know for sure. Do you have a scenario where the 4mm difference would matter - that would only be 2mm cutting depth difference.
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I don't think the 250 at the beginning of the model number denotes the size, as those 3 digits are different for all of their 10" blades, but I don't know for sure. Do you have a scenario where the 4mm difference would matter - that would only be 2mm cutting depth difference.
My Sawstop is set for 254mm. Resetting to 250mm would be a nuisance.
Many saw blades that say 10" are actually 250mm, which I guess is a European standard. Freud blades are half and half.
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Quote from Toller :
My Sawstop is set for 254mm. Resetting to 250mm would be a nuisance.
Many saw blades that say 10" are actually 250mm, which I guess is a European standard. Freud blades are half and half.
Ahh, yeah I didn't think about sawstop, that makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.
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