Optimum Blade Type For Milling Cove Molding On A TS
I was hoping to get some information about what would be the best blade to use when milling out wide (4+ inches) cove molding on the table saw? I currently have a Forrest WWII and the Freud LM72R Heavy Duty Rip blade. For this operation, would it be best to use a blade dedicated to ripping, or crosscutting, or is a combination blade (like the WWII) OK, as well?
Thanks very much for any help!!
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