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Diablo

Model # DD208H

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Store SKU # 135989

8 in. x 12-Tooth Stacked Dado Saw Blade Set

$99.97 /each
  • Micro-grain titanium carbide for durability and precision
  • Perma-SHIELD coat for gumming, heat and corrosion prevention
  • Carrying case for organization and portability

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Model # DD208H

Internet # 100086071

Store SKU # 135989

Make splinter-free cuts and flat-bottom grooves with the Diablo 8 in. x 12-Tooth Stacked Dado Saw Blade Set. It includes a carrying case, two blades, two wing chippers and shims constructed from durable micro-grain titanium carbide for a design that is durable, strong and razor-sharp. Use these blades on 5/8 in. laser-cut arbors for accurate blade rotation.

  • Designed to fit 5/8 in. laser-cut arbors for accurate blade rotation
  • Cuts, rips and makes dados in wood cleanly and accurately
  • Micro-grain titanium carbide offers durability and precise cuts
  • Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating protects against heat, gumming and corrosion
  • Features resharpenable blades for making grooves from 1/4 to 13/16 inches in 1/16 inch increments
  • Includes two blades, two wing chippers, shims and carrying case

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
1.5 
Product Height (in.) 
12 
Product Width (in.) 
10 
Saw Blade Diameter (in) 
Details
Arbor Size 
0.625 In. 
Color Family 
Red 
Material Cut 
Wood 
Number in Package 
Number of Teeth 
12 
Power Tool Accessory Type 
Circular Saw Blade 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Saw Blade Material 
Carbide 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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Brand: Diablo
Price: $50 - $100
Material Cut: Wood
Number of Teeth: 12
Saw Blade Diameter (in): 8
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Will this 8in dado saw blade works on a 10in Dewalt job site table saw

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January 25, 2016
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No, from the manual of the DW745 (which I own) on page 10: "NOTE: This saw is not intended for use with dado blades and molding cutters. Personal injury may occur"
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September 9, 2015
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It won't work on the DeWalt 7480 (the Arbor isn't long enough). It will, however, work on the Dewalt 7490 or 7491 jobsite table saws which can accommodate up to a 13/16" dado. You would just need to add the DWE7402DI dado throat plate.
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May 12, 2015
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Yes, I am using it on mine instead of my larger table saw and it works great with no bogging. I am unsure of how thick you can stack on it as I was only needing to go 3/8".
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May 12, 2015
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Check your manual for your saws dado capability. Normally a 5/8 arbor will accept this stack. The length of the arbor is the question for the wider dados. Jobsite saw should be long enough.
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April 7, 2015
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It should so long as it uses a standard 5/8 arbor.
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November 25, 2014
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Reza,
Yes I believe that the stack will work on your DeWalt, the diameter of the blade (8 inch) should have no interference with the table. Please check before powering the unit up, spin the blade first by hand to ensure that there are no interference points (there should be none) but it pays to make sure!!
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November 17, 2014
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Yes, the Diablo 8 in. x 12T stacked Dado saw blade set can be used on a table saw.
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Will this blade work on a 10 inch, craftsman table saw?

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Works fine on mine
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April 7, 2015
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It should with the proper plate. I use it on my Ridgid 10" table saw w/o a problem.
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March 16, 2015
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Yes. It will work with that saw.
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December 1, 2013
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Yes, I have the Craftsman Profession Hybrid 10 inch saw though. It depends on your arbor (most are 5/8" I suppose) and availability of the dado insert. I had one of the smaller saws by Craftsman ("professional") but it seemed limited on dado choices. I think once you spend $750+ for a saw, your dado set choices are easier. The saw I own is by Steel City Tool Works (made for Craftsman), so they have Read More
Yes, I have the Craftsman Profession Hybrid 10 inch saw though. It depends on your arbor (most are 5/8" I suppose) and availability of the dado insert. I had one of the smaller saws by Craftsman ("professional") but it seemed limited on dado choices. I think once you spend $750+ for a saw, your dado set choices are easier. The saw I own is by Steel City Tool Works (made for Craftsman), so they have pretty good support. Hope this helps. Read Less
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June 26, 2013
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Yes, the Diablo 8 in. x 12T stacked Dado saw blade set can be used on a 10 in. Craftsman table saw.
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Yes it will as long as the Craftsman table saw in question has a 5/8" arbor and a shaft long enough to provide the stack of blades to the width of dado you are trying to perform along with the washer and the arbor nut. Don't forget you'll need a separate throat plate to use this stacked set, one designed for your particular branded saw.
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What is the maximum cutting depth?

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Around 2", depending on your saw.
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April 7, 2015
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That's impossible to say as cutting depth isn't so much based on the blade but rather the saw's ability to raise/lower the blade. So it would depend on what you're using the blade in
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March 16, 2015
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Depends on your table saw mostly, and if you use any jigs or sleds with this. I get about 3-1/2" with this, which is more than enough for any of my projects.
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The maximum cutting depth is determined by how high your can extend, this is a function of the table saw which you are using
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August 28, 2014
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The maximum cutting depth depends on your table saw. It is important to note that when using a Dado, you should make multiple passes when cutting the depth of your Dado due to the fact that depending on the blade's kerf a lot of material must be removed from your Dado. The Diablo Dado can make a Dado cut in width's of 1/4" to 3/16" in 1/16" increments, thus the wider the kerf the more passes required to Read More
The maximum cutting depth depends on your table saw. It is important to note that when using a Dado, you should make multiple passes when cutting the depth of your Dado due to the fact that depending on the blade's kerf a lot of material must be removed from your Dado. The Diablo Dado can make a Dado cut in width's of 1/4" to 3/16" in 1/16" increments, thus the wider the kerf the more passes required to ensure a safe and pristine cut. For further assistance, please contact our Technical Support 800-334-4107. Read Less
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CAN I USE THIS ON A 10 INCH RYOBI TABLE SAW?

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Check your manual for the saws ability for a dado stack. I have a Ryobi the manual says yes it can but the saw says (in my mind) get a longer arbor table saw for dados. My Ryobi will handle dado blades but the 5/8 arbor is short for dado cutting of 23/32 and up without leaving the outside flange off which could theoretically throw your set up out of balance as it is designed for you to use the outside Read More
Check your manual for the saws ability for a dado stack. I have a Ryobi the manual says yes it can but the saw says (in my mind) get a longer arbor table saw for dados. My Ryobi will handle dado blades but the 5/8 arbor is short for dado cutting of 23/32 and up without leaving the outside flange off which could theoretically throw your set up out of balance as it is designed for you to use the outside flange on your blade setup and is not recommended beyond a 5/8 inch dado stack. I use my Ridgid table saw for bigger dados. You should be fine for box joint jigs, etc. Don't recommend going bigger without the arbor length. Read Less
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Yes. Just make a insert for your table saw (or buy an manufactured dado insert specific for your table) and you can use this with your Ryobi. The arbor size is compatible with this dado set.
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I use it on my 10" DeWalt, may need to get the right piece around the blade.
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January 7, 2014
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Yes, the Diablo 8 in. x 12T stacked Dado saw blade set can be used on a 10 in. Ryobi table saw.
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Hi JBRACKETT, yes you can use this Dado blade on the Ryobi 10 inch table saw.
You will need to purchase a Dado throat plate, p/n 089037008711.
Ensure you install and use the Dado throat plate. Enjoy.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by See very fine print on packaging to find instructions. I have just purchased this dado set, and it appears to be a good set, but I have not used it yet. I saw another review that this dado set does not come with instructions. I have found the instructions in the very fine print on the back of the packaging cardboard. See attached pictures and text below for copy of instructions. DIABLO DD208H STACKED DADO SET SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 1- Setup: - Disconnect power before installing, or adjusting the dado. - Use the chart to select the components needed for width of dado. - After cleaning, place the first outside blade on the arbor, being sure rotation Is correct. - If chippers are being used, place them on next with the teeth of the chippers. aligning with the two open spaces on the outside blade. - If more than one chipper is used, rotate every other chipper 90. - If spacers are used, place only one spacer between each pair of chippers or between a chipper and an outside blade. - Install second outside blade, ensuring that the teeth of the last chipper are located in the two open spaces on the outside blade. 2- Adjusting Fit: - After installing dado and replacing the appropriate safety guards, make a test cut in a scrap piece of wood. - If fit is too tight: disconnect power, remove the outside blade, install the appropriate shims (shims not included - Shim set #SS100 is available from any Freud dealer). reinstall the outside blade and guards. and make another test cut. - If fit is too loose: disconnect power, remove the outside blade, remove the chippers, install the chippers for the next smaller sized dado, install the appropriate shims, reinstall the outside blade and guards, and make another test cut. - Repeat this process until desired fit is attained. 3- Use Both Outside Blades: - Never use the chippers by themselves, or with only one outside blade. - Not using both outside blades can cause personal injury, or damage to the tool. 4- Clean well: - Be sure all components are clean and free from dust and chips. - Chips between components may affect performance and damage tools. 5- Multiple passes: - Wide dadoes remove large amounts of material in a single pass at full depth. - Multiple passes starting at lower depth of cut may be required for proper control and safety. March 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wish I would have bought first...clean cutting! Blade very smooth and cuts like butter. I Have owned a few dados and this is by far the most superior blade. So far, I have only made about 50 cuts with it but it is performing great. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for the price. Great for under powered saws. Fairly flat bottom cuts. You get what you pay for. April 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good Cut Quality, but... I have used a couple of dado stacks and for the price, this one can't be beat. The dado is crisp edges, the bottoms are nice and flat and square. However, getting is set up can be a bit of a trick. They give you a nice chart that stays in the case so you don't lose it, but on the shims themselves, they do not say what they are if they are a 1/16 inch shim or one of the narrower ones. Trying to set up a dado of a non-common thickness I had to resort to a caliper to figure out which shims were which. Would be nice if the shims were laser engraved like the chippers and the blades. Well thought out case that keeps the blades and chippers from spining and knocking together the teeth. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pick yourself up a set! Great dado set, 1/16 increments. They cut a nice flat bottom cut and clean too. March 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Dado Set I've had this stack set for almost a year now, and it still does a great job. Another reviewer made the note about testing on a scrap piece of wood, and he is absolutely right. I use a scrap piece to check for width and depth every time I use the stack. If you find yourself using a lot of the same materials over and over, the same dimension plywood for example, it will become second nature to know exactly how many clippers and shims you'll need; however, you always should check your depth with a scrap piece before you make your real cuts. Something to keep in mind, it is a low tooth count, so making a crosscut dado will require you to go slow and score your cut lines on the edges and top to prevent tear out, but this is really only relevant if you are doing fine woodworking that will leave the cut exposed, such as a rabbited butt joint for a drawer. I still use this stack constantly, and I would recommend it. I will not lie, I am always looking for better blades for a good value, and I keep coming back to Frued Diablo blades. I will probably end up with some Forrest blades at some point, but that time is not right now. March 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not sure on the design... Yes, it does what it's supposed to. It cuts dadoes. But I don't know how I feel about the design of the chippers. I haven't tried another stacked dado set with circular chippers, and I suppose this one hogs through material easier with lower powered saws like mine since the chippers have less teeth, but it causes a very audible vibration that I suspect circular chippers might not cause. It actually sounds somewhat frightening when it gets up to speed. The bottoms of the dadoes it cuts certainly aren't as clean as the ones I've cut on my router table or with a handheld router, it leaves a couple tiny ridges, I'm not too concerned with that though. The biggest thing for me was the discrepancy between the width that the setup chart states and the actual resulting width. When using it to cut the notches for some 1/4" thick hidden splines, I found that the splines simply wouldn't fit and I had to trim them down. Tried to make a 3/4" slot to fit some T track in for a jig, the T track wouldn't fit. It seems like whatever the chart on the box says, add the 8 thou shim and that and you get a good fit. Not a huge deal but definitely a considerable inconvenience, to me those shims should only have to come out for odd cut widths. Think I might try the Oshlun 6" set next. It's cheaper, has full-body chippers, and how often am I ever going to cut a dado more than an inch deep? February 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Quality Dado My only (minor) complaint is the price, but I'm glad I bought this dado set. The quality is top-notch in my opinion. I used it right away with my Bosch table saw as I was making some shelves, and the cuts were good considering I was using the maximum width for the set. August 18, 2015
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