I love my Forrest blades. wood worker 1 for cross cutting, a couple variations on the woodworker 2 for ripping, duraline hi at for clean chip free cutting of plywoods and not having the cross cut parts of the veneer sticking out all fuzzy and hairy to mess up a glue joint. and an 8 inch dado king for the same reason. Perfect clean dados every time. And an inexpensive combination blade for sizing rough lumber before its milled.
When building cabinets I use my table saw exclusive to a chopsaw for cutting my face frames and door stiles and rails. I have a sliding table attachment that gives me a square cut every time.
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