Hi Chip, The ideal blade for a paver application is a diamond rimmed masonry cutting blade.
I couldn't get it to cut the bottom of the door for me.
Approximately, there are 7 teeth per inch.
Yes that's what I bought it for
The width of cut in 15/32 plywood, is .100 just under 1/8 inch. The cuts made were guided so to make a straight smooth cut. If you free handing might be a little wider. Hope this helps.
Yes and its a perfect
Possibly When cutting countertop, use a fine-toothed plywood cutting blade to minimize chipping in the plastic laminate.) Once you've got the backsplash cut, set the countertop on sawhorses and cut the wide section. The teeth of the saw blade enter the face of the plastic laminate, so chipping is minimal or nonexistent. (Cut from the bottom of the laminate) I will tape the laminate with Blue tape.