13 Best Table Saw Blades

List Updated August 2020

Bestselling Table Saw Blades in 2020


DEWALT DW3106P5 60-Tooth Crosscutting and 32-Tooth General Purpose 10-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack

DEWALT DW3106P5 60-Tooth Crosscutting and 32-Tooth General Purpose 10-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Tougher tungsten carbide stays sharper longer
  • Thin kerf for fast and smooth cutting action and The arbor size is 5/8".
  • Computer-balanced plate reduces vibration for improved accuracy and better finish
  • Durable tungsten carbide maintains true edge
  • Best used for miter saw and slide miter saw jobs

Freud D1060X Diablo 10-Inch 60 Tooth ATB Fine Finish Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating

Freud D1060X Diablo 10-Inch 60 Tooth ATB Fine Finish Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • The product is 10x60T Diablo Blade
  • Easy to use
  • The product is manufactured in Italy
  • Features Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish
  • Super thin laser cut kerf gives extremely fast, durable, and clean cuts
  • Non-Stick Perma-Shield coating to resist heat and reduce pitch build-up
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping the blade cool and reducing blade warp
  • Tri-Metal Brazing for impact-resistant tips

Freud D1040X Diablo 10-Inch 40-Tooth ATB General Purpose Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating

Freud D1040X Diablo 10-Inch 40-Tooth ATB General Purpose Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reducing blade warp
  • Laser cut heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up keeping the cut true and straight
  • Durable micro grain titanium carbide for extreme durability, razor-sharp cuts and long life
  • Tri-metal shock resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
  • Laser cut arbor for accurate blade rotation reducing vibration and premature wear

Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch 50-tooth ATB Combination Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating

Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch 50-tooth ATB Combination Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • The product is 10x50T Diablo Blade
  • Easy to use
  • The product is manufactured in Italy
  • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reducing blade warp
  • Laser cut heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up keeping the cut true and straight
  • Durable micrograin titanium carbide for extreme durability, razor-sharp cuts, and long life
  • Tri-metal shock resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
  • Laser cut arbor for accurate blade rotation reducing vibration and premature wear

Freud 10" x 24T Thin Kerf Rip Blade (LU87R010)

Freud 10
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Bosch TS1007 Dado Insert

Bosch TS1007 Dado Insert
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Dado insert for use with stack dado and rabbet cutters
  • Accommodates up to 3/4-inch lumber
  • Plastic construction
  • Includes 1 insert; blade and saw not included
  • 3-13/16-inches; 1-year warranty

Freud 10" x 50T Thin Kerf Combination Blade (LU83R010)

Freud 10
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Freud D1090X Ultra Fine 90 Teeth Circular Saw Blade for Wood and Wood Composites, 10-Inch

Freud D1090X Ultra Fine 90 Teeth Circular Saw Blade for Wood and Wood Composites, 10-Inch
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • For use with miter or table saws
  • Carbide construction
  • Ultra-thin kerf design for easy cuts
  • Shear-face grind design delivers effortless cuts with a reduced amp draw on tools for less material waste and to help maximize tool performance

Freud SD208 8-Inch Professional Dado (Discontinued)

Freud SD208 8-Inch Professional Dado (Discontinued)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Features Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish
  • The negative hook angles make flat bottom grooves and virtually splinter-free cuts
  • Slot widths from 1/4-inch to 13/16-inch in 1/16-inch increments
  • Set includes two outer blades and 3 two wing chippers (3- 1/8" chippers & 3- 1/16" spacers)
  • Includes shim set for micro adjustments

Freud 10" x 40T Next Generation Premier Fusion General Purpose Blade for Crosscuts (3/8" to 3-1/2") & Rips (3/4" to 1-1/2") wood, laminate, veneered plywood, hardwoods & melamine. (P410)

Freud 10
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Freud D1080X Diablo 10-Inch 80-tooth ATB Finish Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating

Freud D1080X Diablo 10-Inch 80-tooth ATB Finish Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • The product is 10x80T Diablo Blade
  • Easy to use
  • The product is manufactured in Italy
  • 10-inch 80T ultra fine finish cut-off blade with a laser-cut 5/8-inch arbor
  • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reducing blade warp
  • Heat expansion slots let blade expand due to heat build-up; durable micrograin titanium carbide
  • Tri-metal shock resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
  • Laser cut arbor for accurate blade rotation reducing vibration and premature wear

Forrest WW10407100 Woodworker II 10-Inch 40-tooth ATB .100 Kerf Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor

Forrest WW10407100 Woodworker II 10-Inch 40-tooth ATB .100 Kerf Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

Overpeak 10 inch 80 Tooth ATB Finish Hard & Soft Wood Saw Blade General Wood Cutting Saw Blade Circular Blade with 5/8" Arbor, 4 Silencer slots

Overpeak 10 inch 80 Tooth ATB Finish Hard & Soft Wood Saw Blade General Wood Cutting Saw Blade Circular Blade with 5/8
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

Common Table Saw Blades

Common table saw blades include the combination blade, ripping blade, crosscut blade, laminate-cutting blade and plywood blade.

A combination or crosscutting table saw blade is a good blade to purchase for an all-purpose blade. This is the most common blade used by beginning woodworkers. Expand the types of blades used and owned as woodworking skills evolve.

A combination blade is a general purpose blade. It will cut through all types of wood with relative ease. The teeth are set in what is called an alternate top bevel and raker. It may be labeled an ATB R; when purchasing. The combination blade is sold with a tooth count between 24 and 50 teeth. The higher the tooth count, the smoother the cut.

A ripping blade is used to rip cut. It cuts smoothly with the grain of the wood. The ripping blade has 18 to 24 flat headed teeth. The flat heads chisel through the wood during use. A two horse power motor is required on the table saw to use the rip blade properly. The chiseling power of the ripping blade will bog down a table saw with less power. The ripping blade may be labeled FT when purchasing. The FT stands for flat grind.

The crosscut blade has a high tooth count. A ten inch blade will have up to 80 teeth. The teeth are shallow, close together and have alternating bevels. A smooth cut is achieved when cutting across the grain on a piece of wood. They do work for rip cutting but take significantly longer. The crosscut blade may be labeled ATB when purchasing. The ATB stands for alternate top bevel.

A laminate-cutting blade is used to cut melamines, MDF and laminates. The teeth on these blades are set very close and are very shallow. Small bites are taken from the cutting material with 40 to 80 teeth. Both triple chip ground teeth and rakers make the laminate-cutting blade the best choice when cutting material plastics. The laminate-cutting blade may be labeled TC when purchasing. The TC stands for triple-chip grind.

A plywood blade is a cheap alternative to carbide tipped blade. It will dull and wear out quickly. A plywood blade has up to 200 tiny cutting teeth that make a smooth cut in plywood. The blade will cut threw particleboard but will dull even faster. A slow feed rate is required to make a smooth cut. These blades do not re-sharpen and should be thrown away when dull.

Choose the right table saw blade for the job at hand.
References:

Rockler Woodworking and Hardware: Saw Blades 101

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