what saw blade to use for hardwood flooring

What kind of Saw do you use to cut hardwood flooring?

The recommended tool to use when cutting hardwood molding and trim is a 10" or 12" motorized miter saw with pre-set adjustments for the basic miter cuts at 22.5°, 45° and 90°. A carbide tipped blade makes the best finished cuts. Be sure the saw blade is positioned to cut into the finished face. If you're...

What's the best saw blade for laminate flooring?

The right saw blade for cutting laminate flooring like Pergo is not the one that came on your saw, or any other miter or table saw that’s sold. One common misconception is that an original equipment blade is good for just about anything. Another is that laminate flooring is wood: it’s not.

What kind of blade do you need to cut natural wood?

When cutting natural wood, you only ever really need two types of blade: A ripping blade to cut along the grain of the wood - usually a blade with 24 teeth A cross cutting blade to cut across the grain of the wood - usually a blade with 60 or 80 teeth for finer cuts

What kind of saw does Skil flooring use?

Skil sent us both the 3600-02 7 amp Flooring Saw, and one of their Contractor Series Premium Flooring Blades (75536). The saw is designed to cut solid, engineered and laminate flooring.

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