Forrest Manufacturing's 20-tooth, 10" Woodworker II Blades are designed to make fast, accurate rip cuts in hardwoods without leaving burn or scorch marks. The circular saw blades are ideal for use on cherry, maple, oak, hickory, mahogany and various exotics as well as other types of hard, dense wood, says the company. With fewer teeth than other Woodworker II blades, there is less buildup of heat as the blade cuts through wood, substantially reducing the need for sanding because of burning or scorching. The 20-tooth 10-inch blades feature an alternate top bevel and raker tooth design, to boost the speed of the feed and are engineered from corrosion-resistant C-4 micrograin carbide. Blades are available with a standard 1/8" kerf or with an optional 3/32" kerf and are made in America.