Forrest Mfg. says the general-purpose, carbide-tipped Woodworker II 40-tooth saw blade is like having three blades in one. The award-winning Woodworker II delivers quiet, high-quality rips, combos and crosscuts of 1 to 2 in. in hardwoods and softwoods, the company says, with a smooth-as-sanded surface and no bottom splintering. Specially-engineered clearances on the blade teeth also eliminates side scoring. The American-made saw comes with 4-3/8 to 16 in. diameters.
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