Forrest Manufacturing’s line of 40-Tooth Woodworker II—ATBR blades are made of C-4 micrograin carbide. The versatile blades can be used for rip cuts, crosscuts, box joints, finger joints and tenons. They perform much like a dado to produce an almost flat bottom with virtually 90° square bottom grooves, says the company, and the alternate top bevel and raker (ATBR) tooth style assures a fast, easy feed with hardwoods. The line features four blades available in 10" and 12" versions. The 10" blades have a 5/8"bore and can be ordered with a 1/8" kerf or 3/32" kerf. The 12" blades have a 1/8" kerf with a choice of a 1" bore or 5/8" bore.
About Forrest Mfg. Co.
Forrest Manufacturing produces quality saw blades featuring super hard, corrosion-resistant C-4 micrograin carbide tips that provide up to 300 percent longer life between sharpenings. Proprietary grinding techniques and hand straightening guarantee the finest cutting edges possible, coupled with exceptional perimeter concentricity, perfect plate flatness, and side runout to +/- .001". All Forrest blades are made in the