I used this blade on my 1 3/4 butcher block countertops and it worked very well
This blade will fit any standard 7 1/4 inch Circular saw.
I wouldn't. For a miter saw, you want blades with a negative hook angle. These types of blades are usually made for and labeled that they will work on your miter saw. A regular saw blade with its positive hook angle is less safe since it tends to grab and lift the workpiece.
This would be a satisfactory blade for melamine. To prevent any chipout, use blue painters' tape on the cut line before making the cut.
Yes. However it might not make the cleanest of cuts in plywood. Homedepot sells a plywood OSB board blade that might be better suited for that job and I believe is actually cheaper than this blade. However this will work just fine if you don’t mind a little roughness or if it’s the only blade you have/can get.
Yes I believe so
This blade has carbide teeth that can still break the panels. Avanti makes a 140 tooth blade (Model # A07140A) that HD carries that will do a much better job.
Mine mic'ed at 0.093" (3/32") across the set of the carbides.
It weighs 18.93 pounds. You can read the specifications on Home Depots site when you bring up the saw...............