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I used to use thin kerf, but I do a fair number of miter corners, and the thin kerf blades always deflected. I had to deal with cuts that slightly wandered, leaving small gaps that I had to fill. Now I only use full kerf blades and generally wind up using this one.
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This is the industrial line, slightly more than the red one but it has more carbide in the tips and can be resharpened many time. Every fourth tooth has a flat top so it produces a flat channel when it cuts, which is nice for splines in corners. It is a rip blade, but it produces such clean cuts that I use it for cross cuts and even have one on my sliding miter because I can make quick dados with flat bottoms by making several passes. Also works a treat for making small box joints on something like a "cigar" box.
 
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