Durable saw blade: Final Cut
The Saw Blade’s patented design is ideal for woodworkers, carpenters, cabinetmakers, contractors and the serious do-it-yourselfer. The 10-inch, 40-tooth blade features sanding discs on each side of the blade that allow it to cut and sand the work piece at the same time. Each cut produces a fine, double-sided finish that eliminates the need for sanding. Designed for cross cuts and rips on soft and hard materials with a table saw or miter saw, the blade produces precision cut joints and fine finished edges every time. The user can even make minor length adjustments by simply sliding the work piece towards the rotating blade, using it just like a disc sander. If users are cutting 2¼-inch pine casing, the blade and sandpaper will make about 2,000 cuts before it needs resharpening or replacing the sandpaper, and in many cases by just changing the sandpaper disc one can continue to make fine finish cuts even with a dull blade.
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