Dml

EVERLAST DSÖ

american woodworker outside blades chippfrs

Tooth Pattern*

5TB/1FT

Tooth Hook Angle

Teeth Per Chipper

Comments

Plastic case

5TB/1 FT

Plastic case

5TB/in

Anti-kickback, plastic case

1TB/1FI

5TB/1FT

Anti-kickback, blister pack

Cardboard box

9TB/1 FT

11TB/1 FT

Wood lx>x

5TB/I FT

Cirdboard box

4TB/1 FT

Cardboard box

1TB/1 FT

Cardlxiard Ixjx, */32 in. chipper

Anti-kickback, 3/32-in. chipper, plastic case

Face of twth beveled 25' to I he side

8TB/1F1

Cardboard Ixjx

ATB/I FT

Plastic, blister pack

I0TB/1 FT

Cardboard box, foam inserts in box

6TB/1 FT

Cardboard box, foam inserts in box

^ «Best Buy; *TB=top bevel, outside only; ATB=altemate top bevel; FT=flat-topraker tooth

Different profiles. The DML DC800 blade (left) has a conventional tooth profile with a positive hook angle. On Amana's 658040 dado (center), teeth have a -5° hook angle to reduce tearout in chip-prone material. Freud's SD508 blades (right) have a negative hook, and each tooth is followed by a cut-limiting shoulder.

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