I should think so. It cuts wood.
Cross Reference the model number P1060X: Circular Saw Blade, Primary Saw Application Wood, Tip Material Carbide, Blade Type Wood Cutting, Blade Dia. 10 In., Number of Teeth 60, Arbor Hole 5/8 In., Kerf 0.095 In., Diamond Knockout No, Tooth Grind ATB, Hook Angle 7.0 Degrees , Max. RPM 7000, Plate Thickness 0.071 In., Application For Wood Cutting, For Use With Circular and
I should think so. Cuts wood.
this a 12" blade and will not fit a 10"
In my experience with these blade I would say no. To cut melamine you need a better quality carbide and cut angle.
Yes works fine
There isn't any reason you couldn't use these blade on a radial arm saw. I used a radial for over 20 years with a multitude of different rake and tooth geometry. You just need to adjust technique when using them.
Kerf is too thin for the riving knife on my table saw, but when I removed the RK, the blade cut well. Might be good for a miter saw, but I’m sure it won’t work well for most table saws with riving knives. ( I measured with a micrometer and it was way smaller than the RK on my Ridgid table saw). The Dewalt and Diablo thin kerf blades work fine.
Wr use this on a Rigid miter saw