What is thin kerf table saw blade

Can a kerf saw blade be used on a table saw?

Reading various articles on the benefits of thin kerf saw blades, particularly on portable table saws, I ordered a thin kerf combination and glue line rip blade for my new portable table saw. The manual for the saw includes the detail: “You must select a blade with a Kerf width of .092″ or more…”

What's the thickness of a kerf saw splitter?

splitter thickness. It was the blade body thickness plus .2mm and this of course was less than the kerf. The most common thickness for blades 250 to 315 is a 2.2mm body with 3.2mm kerf cut. The 2.4mm thickness splitter works here. The larger 350mm blades mostly have a 3.5mm kerf and a 2.5mm blade body.

What's the difference between a standard kerf and a thin kerf?

Recently, Forrest sent me a thin kerf version of their workhorse combination blade, the Woodworker II. The standard WWII has 1/8" thick teeth, while the new thin kerf WWII has 3/32" teeth. The result is that a thin kerf blade will give you a 25% narrower kerf than a standard blade.

What's the thickness of a kerf riving knife?

The most common thickness for blades 250 to 315 is a 2.2mm body with 3.2mm kerf cut. The 2.4mm thickness splitter works here. The larger 350mm blades mostly have a 3.5mm kerf and a 2.5mm blade body. The next size riving knife is 2.8mm so this would work on the 350mm

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