Ok well I have a home made table saw and I'm using a craftsman 10in 13or maybe 15 amp motor and the blade I have now is way to hard to push threw the wood now it is a little dull but I think it's because I bought the incorrect type for what I need because it's hard to cut threw even regular pine. I think it's a finishing blade type not high finish but the tooth count is up there. My question is what type style brand whatever should I get I don't need a ridiculous clean chip free finish. Plus it's just to much work on my little table saw.
I found this one on Amazon CMT 215.050.10 Industrial Combination Blade, 10-Inch x 50 Teeth 4ATB+1TCG Grind with 5/8-Inch Bore, PTFE Coating by CMT http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000P4JPAM/..._geK.sb0PNTVS2
And I THINK that's what in looking for something in between and also still be able to cut threw wood fairly easily
And I understand the science behind the tooth count and what not and less teeth =more room for chips whilst in the cut. But I just need something that easily cuts threw the wood and a name brand that's not retardely hard to find.