Not all saw blades are exactly alike. Check out this expert advice on saw blades and how they work together to create a cut.
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A crosscut blade has teeth with sharp edges on the tops on either side. The teeth alternate in their orientation; called an alternate top bevel.
To get a very clean cut, use a blade that has alternate angles as well as a flat angle, like the one seen here.
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