Ripping lumber can really put a strain on a contractor or bench top saw, especially in thick material. The long stringy chips ripping generates pack into the shallow gullets of high tooth count blades, creating heat buildup as they are repeatedly cut. The deep gullets of this blade avoids that, so you get edges that are virtually glue-line smooth. Imported.
|BRAND - Bits, Blades, Abrasives||CMT|
|MATERIAL TO CUT||Wood|
|TOOTH TYPE||ATB (alt top bevel)|