Forest 10" 80 tooth Chopmaster Blade
Review: I have an inexpensive 10" sliding compound miter saw. The blade it came with didn't really cut through wood, it splintered its way through. The last 1/8" was always a mess, splintered, torn up, just plain ugly. I replaced the blade with a Forest Chopmaster 80 tooth blade, and what a change! The cuts are so smooth they look polished, there are no splinters or tear out, just a smooth, perfectly cut edge. I would recommend this blade to anyone looking for improved performance from a miter saw. It has turned a tool I'd almost quit using back into a mainstay in my shop.
Last edited by rstermer; 05-13-2008 at 04:39 PM.