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Forrest debuts new Signature Line saw blade

Forrest Mfg. of Clifton, N.J., has introduced a new 90-tooth, 12" diameter blade in its Signature Line Chop Master series with a 5/8" center hole for use on any 12" sliding compound miter saw, chop saw or radial arm saw.

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"Our first Signature Line Chop Masters were introduced last summer," says Jay Forrest, the company's vice president, in a news release. "They are available with a 10" diameter and 5/8" bore and with a 12" diameter and 1" bore. The proprietary design of these blades assures exceptional performance and quiet cuts on delicate prefinished crown molding, picture frame molding and composite molding. So it's no wonder that this series has become so popular with serious woodworkers. Our customers will find that this latest Signature Line Chop Master, with its 12" diameter and 5/8" center hole, is particularly suited for super-fine miter cuts in applications where splinter control is especially crucial."

All Forrest blades are made with corrosion-resistant C-4 micrograin carbide, according to the company, which offers a 30-day, money-back guarantee and factory sharpening services.

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