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Has anyone ever seen a table saw blade with tooth configuration like this?
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Looks like an engineer's brilliand idea, or their brain fart. I'm sure the idea was to make a versatile blade, that can rip, then as it spins, cleans up the cut. Has anyone here used one?

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I just found this review on it. I have never heard of it before.

https://www.lumberjocks.com/reviews/108

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First for me. I had take a double take when I seen it , pretty unusual

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First for me. I had take a double take when I seen it , pretty unusual
I bet the saw sharpener has to have a special program to set every tooth different to sharpen it.
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I know that some milling tools are made asymmetrical in order to reduce vibration. The odd teeth prevent setting up any harmonic resonance.

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I don't think that blade will make it into my usable list. I'd like to hear the thought behind its design and use though.
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I don't think they are even made anymore for table saws, there are being made for 7 1/4" circular saws.
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Bosch has jigsaw blades that are variable pitch (Progressor?) That's the first time I've seen a circular blade like that.
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