Freud - Cabinetmaker’s Crosscut blade
10 inch cross cut tablesaw blade
Affordable blade cuts smoothly
I always use a crosscut blade when cutting miters at the tablesaw. They leave smoother surfaces than combination blades, which makes for a tighter joint. I also use a crosscut blade when cutting plywood. For the past few months, I’ve been using Freud’s 10-in. cabinetmaker’s crosscut blade in my shop and it’s done a very nice job. The blade’s 60 teeth leave a smooth surface. Miters I’ve cut with it have all closed tightly with barely a visible glueline. Plywood edges have come out smoothly, too. The blade has even done a good job with plywood that’s been skinned with very thin commercial veneers and shopsawn veneers—no tearout on the bottom face. The cabinetmaker’s crosscut blade is far less expensive than the 80-tooth blade I normally use, making it a great value to boot.