Dominate with Diablo large diameter circular saw blades for wood cutting applications.
Are optimized for use in both corded & cordless table saws, miter saws, and radial arm saws.
Designed specifically to deliver extreme durability and up to 5x longer life.
Ideal for ripping and crosscutting in a variety of materials. Excellent when working on projects such as decking, framing, and building furniture.
Excellent when working on multi-purpose projects such as cabinet work, millwork and furniture construction. Delivers a smooth finish.
Gives flawless crosscuts in wood. Excellent for trim work and projects such as building bookcases, cabinets, and shelving.
Produces precise, polished-like cuts equal to that of 220-grit sandpaper or higher. Flawless cuts with minimal rework… cut & done!
OSB and plywood cutting.
laminate and melamine cutting.
pressure treated wood cutting.
I have used this blade for years without changing the riving knife. At a difference of less than 0.03", it has not been a problem. (0.125 standard kerf - 0.096 for this blade = 0.029). I have ripped a ton of oak, a lot of maple, and some walnut. Much of my laminated strips start as blanks that I cut down to 2" x 0.096" x 36" and I have never had a problem. Of course, what works in my world may be different in yours, but I wouldn't invest in a thin kerf knife without trying it with your existing one.
you don't rip for thickness. That is resawing and usually done on a band saw. If ripping for WIDTH, this blade is for you.
No the kerf isn’t flat
This can, I am lazy sometimes and use this for crosscuts on my table saw instead of changing out the blade. It still cuts hardwoods well and has little tearout. I do have more tearout with plywood crosscuts though so you may run into that on your miter saw
Yes, do it all the time, It'll rip 8/4.
less than 1/16"
Didn't measure it, but it is a thin kerf blade.
24 ATB, hook angle 15, kerf dimension .098"