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Tool News - Forrest Woodworker II Blade


Forrest Manufacturing has improved their general purpose saw blade. The new 1048 Woodworker II has more teeth and a higher bevel than the original 40-tooth Woodworker II, making it exceptionally good for cross-cutting everything from soft woods to plywood veneers.

The new 48-tooth Woodworker II has the same 20-degree face hook as the original 40-tooth Woodworker II for an easy feed, but the points of the teeth have a 25-degree bevel rather than a 15-degree bevel.  Sharper points allow the blade to cleanly slice through wood fibers as it cuts across the grain and to operate quietly and with less vibration.

More information is available here.