Updated August 07, 2019 by Kevin Flores

The 9 Best Table Saw Blades

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This wiki has been updated 6 times since it was first published in July of 2019. Whether you’re laying down laminate flooring, installing metal roofing or crafting wood furniture, having a reliable table saw blade can be the difference between a so-so job and excellence. These selections can cut a wide variety of materials, from hardwood to steel to plastic, and include models that suit the needs of master woodworkers, hobbyists and anyone in between. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best table saw blade on Amazon.

9. DeWalt DW3106

8. Freud Diablo D1050X

7. Irwin Tools 11870

6. SawStop BTS-R-40ATB

5. Irwin 372614

4. Freud LU83R010

3. Forrest WW10407100

2. Amana Tool PR1040C

1. Forrest WW10407125

Editor's Notes

August 01, 2019:

One of the key differences between table saw blades is the thickness of their carbide teeth, referred to as the kerf width. Determining whether you should buy a full-kerf or a thin-kerf blade largely depends on how much power your table saw can churn out.

A full-kerf blade, like the Amana Tool PR1040C, is 0.125 inches thick and requires more horsepower to run. It is more durable and able to be re-sharpened more times throughout its lifespan than its thin-kerf counterparts.

However, a thin-kerf blade, like the Forrest WW10407125, requires less power to run and is an especially good option for portable table saws. Because their teeth take less of a bite out of your workpiece, you can also expect less sawdust to be produced. A downside of the thin-kerf models is that because they are less robust, they tend to vibrate more. They are also more susceptible to warping over time.

Of course, if you don't have one yet, check out our selections of table saws to go along with your blade.

Kevin Flores
Last updated on August 07, 2019 by Kevin Flores

Kevin Flores is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker whose work has been featured in several major media outlets. Word thrift and clarity were pounded into his prose by merciless editors during his days as a breaking news reporter for a wire service. These days he can usually be found trawling through public records and tracking down shadowy shell companies for a nonprofit media organization he co-founded. He enjoys his time away from the screen by pursuing a hobby restoring furniture, giving him special insight into woodworking tools and materials. His filmmaking experience also turned him—willing or not—into something of an audio and video equipment fiend.

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