what saw blade should i use when cutting planking

What kind of blade do I need to cut wood?

Some blade types cut more than one type of material, and some materials can be cut by more than one type of blade. Choose high-carbon steel (HCS) blades for cutting wood, MDF, or plastic. Though it may dull quicker, this softer, less expensive steel has more flexibility, making it well suited for scroll cutting.

What kind of Saw do you use to cut planks?

Portable table saws are best for ripping boards. Another “frame-to-finish” tool, a table saw is designed to cut planks down their length, a process called ripping.

When to use a cross cut saw blade?

For cutting across the grain only, you’ll want a crosscut saw blade. The value of using a saw blade for the specific cut type you’re doing (crosscut or rip) is that the blades designed for those specific cuts will cut smoother and faster, and they also will last longer.

What kind of Saw do you need to cut laminated wood?

General-purpose blades are designed to make all types of cuts, including in plywood, laminated wood and melamine.) What a blade does best is determined, in part, by the number of teeth, the size of gullet, the tooth configuration and the hook angle (angle of the tooth).

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