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Craftsman  Carbide Tip Adjustable Dado

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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Capacity:
Blade Diameter (in.): 7 in.
Product Overview:
Arbor Size: 3/4 in.
Dado Type: Adjustable (Wobble)
Blade:
Number Teeth: 32
Materials & Finish:
Material: Carbide tipped

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Product Description

Lets you plough, groove, trough, slot, rabbet, chamfer, cross-cut and more. Adjustable hub lets you change width without removing dado. Dial widths from 3/16 in. to 13/16 in. Maximum depth 1-1/2 in.

  • Heat-treated and tempered for optimum blade sharpness
  • Carbide-tipped teeth for strength and long lasting sharpness
  • Carbide teeth last up to 10 times longer than regular steel teeth
  • Quick adjust collar for width changes without removing dado

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Added on May 13, 2010

 

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7 Reviews Write a review
5 Reviewers (71.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Mr-Mac
Apr 18 , 2011
Craftsman Carbide Tip Adjustable Dado

This is one of those kinds of things that you know you should spend the money but, you just don't want to wait. I should have waited.

The blade itself is sharp enough and has maintained that edge for some thime now despite repeated use. Its biggest problem is the design which just cannot give you a flat dado in your work so, I have this blade left to do the utilitarian work in the shop where I'm the only one who'll ever see the rounded gap at the top of the grooves.

For that reason I give this blade the four stars. Since I know this about this blade I would never use it on a fine furniture piece.

Criticism17 found this helpful
Peanut
Dec 24 , 2006
7" Adj. Carb. Dado Blade
This product seemed to look good on the website. It said it would fit on most 5/8 or 3/4 diameter arbors which is true. What Sears leaves out of the description of the product is that it will only fit on saws that have an arbor length of at least 1 3/8". I have a Delta 10" benchtop saw and its arbor length from the back arbor plate to the end is only 3/4" or so. Before ordering this product, measure the arbor length from the back plate to the end of the arbor. Make sure you have enough room, the dado blade itself measures about 1" thick.
 

dgio

Lynchburg, VA

Feb 16 , 2013
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love it

Make nice smooth cuts, not a problem to adjust. I had a stack on dado blade and did not like how it left jagged saw marks int the bottom of the dado.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Cathies627

Tampa, FL

Dec 27 , 2011
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Love this Blade!

Absolutely love this adjustable Dado blade.  It's easy to use and install, cuts clean, and precise.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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ssjm3

Hawthorne, NJ

May 6 , 2011
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i really like this blade

i just got this blade yesterday as a gift from my wife and i am very happy with it for my 10" table saw its going to work just great so if you need a dado blade this is the one to get always have a great dado blade ready to work and it will not let you down so if you are going to make kerf cuts please use this blade as i said it will not let you down i give it a 10 on my look what i can do meter...lol trust me i have several blade for my table saw and this is my favorite one .....steve

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Mr-Mac

Harrisburg, IL

Apr 18 , 2011
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Craftsman Carbide Tip Adjustable Dado

This is one of those kinds of things that you know you should spend the money but, you just don't want to wait. I should have waited.

The blade itself is sharp enough and has maintained that edge for some thime now despite repeated use. Its biggest problem is the design which just cannot give you a flat dado in your work so, I have this blade left to do the utilitarian work in the shop where I'm the only one who'll ever see the rounded gap at the top of the grooves.

For that reason I give this blade the four stars. Since I know this about this blade I would never use it on a fine furniture piece.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Randog

Ypsilanti, MI

Oct 19 , 2010
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Stick with a stacked dado

Will not fit on smaller arbors and does not give a consistent, accurate cut.  I prefer stacked dado blades, which perform better and are more cost-effective from other suppliers.


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MasterOfNone

, Connecticut

Nov 2 , 2007
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Adjustable Dado Does The Job

I've owned this blade's predecessor (9-3263, 16-teeth) for I'd guess 20 plus years and it performs like new. The 32 tooth blade cuts cleaner, of course. A wobbler type dado cutter won't give perfectly flat bottoms at all widths, but what it does offer is easy and precise width control and quick and easy installation. As it cuts a width of up to 13/16 of an inch, it wouldn't be realistic to expect it to fit an arbor shorter than that. The instructions say you need 7/8" plus the thickness of the nut. It's an excellent value and it's made in the USA.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Peanut

, Minnesota

Dec 24 , 2006
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7" Adj. Carb. Dado Blade

This product seemed to look good on the website. It said it would fit on most 5/8 or 3/4 diameter arbors which is true. What Sears leaves out of the description of the product is that it will only fit on saws that have an arbor length of at least 1 3/8". I have a Delta 10" benchtop saw and its arbor length from the back arbor plate to the end is only 3/4" or so. Before ordering this product, measure the arbor length from the back plate to the end of the arbor. Make sure you have enough room, the dado blade itself measures about 1" thick.


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