Known as the best-selling saw blade on the market, the Woodworker II has gained a reputation as the premier saw blade in the industry. Made in the United States, the Woodworker II offers a 40-tooth blade for ripping and crosscutting hardwoods up to 2 inches thick, as well as softwoods up to 1 inch. This blade also features a thinner kerf design to reduce wood loss by about 25%. It is available in both a 3/32″ and 1/8″ kerf. This saw blade is also a great choice for smoothing surfaces for joinery work. Designed to be used on both table saws and portable saws, the Woodworker II also offers a 20deg face hook for easy feed. This blade is ideal for crosscutting ply veneers at a moderate feed rate.
The Woodworker II is made with 40% stronger C-4 carbide for long-lasting cutting performance. The teeth are laser cut, hand straightened, and tensioned for maximum performance. The flat blade body and 40-tooth teeth provide virtually no flutter or wobbling. The Woodworker II is available in a 10″ diameter and two kerf widths, allowing you to find the right blade for your saw. It is perfect for general purpose use and provides smooth cuts without splintering or scratching.
The Woodworker II features a 3/32″ thin kerf design that cuts 25% thinner than a standard kerf blade. This makes it an excellent choice for saws with a smaller horsepower. It also reduces the risk of “jumping in” or tearing material during the cutting process. The thin kerf also lessens the risk of “bottom splinters” in hardwoods. In addition, the Woodworker II blade is designed to cut through PLY-VENEER without bottom splinters at a moderate feed rate. The Woodworker II can also be raised to cut through thicker woods.
The Woodworker II is designed for general purpose use, but you can also find a variety of combination blades for crosscutting, rip cutting, and splinter-free trim work. The blade tips are made of super hard micrograin carbide to prevent heat buildup. The 20-tooth blade also allows you to crosscut ply veneers at a moderate rate without bogging down your feed. The 3/32″ thin kerf is available in a 10-inch diameter. Forrest’s best-selling blade is the 40-tooth Woodworker II blade, which is designed for ripping and crosscutting hardwoods and softwoods up to 2 inches thick.
Forrest saw blades are manufactured in the United States and are made with corrosion-resistant C-4 micrograin carbide. The teeth are laser cut, hand straightened, tensioned, and fitted with 5/8″ arbors. They are also designed to last 300% longer than other blades, ensuring you complete satisfaction. These blades are known to cut solid wood, sheet stock, and other materials much more efficiently and quickly than other blades.