Saw for cutting miter joints

Forrest Manufacturing says its ChopMaster saw blades are specially designed to work on all makes of chop, sliding compound miter, and radial arm saws while producing tight, perfectly-cut miter joints without bottom splinters. It features a "heavier than normal" steel plate that maximizes stability as well as a five-degree negative face hook to add rigidity when cutting.

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