Am running the 60T in my 2.5 HP radial arm saw. I have cut poplar, hard pine and oak with this blade. Cross cuts are smooth and shiney in the hard woods. It feeds into the wood well without trying to climb on top - much better control with this blade. Splintering is very very mild with the soft wood. Little or no sanding required. Smooth shiney cut with the hrder woods. The blade has to be fed slowly for ripping, but leaves a nice clean cut. Better Cross Cut blade than the 32T version. Better performance than my Oldham 100T and Freud 40T Finishing blade. Am also running the 32T in my 2 HP table saw. The saw definately doesn't work as hard due to thin kerf I'm sure. When it comes to ripping, the finished edge is good enough for joining boards together as well. Cross cuts are good with minimal sanding needed if any. Better Rip blade than the 60T blade. The 40T blade is quite unique, the cut quality is not as good as the 60T or the 32T, but still better than my Oldham 100T and 40T blades. What's nice about it is I can push the boards (hard pine and poplar) through as hard as I want, the blade just mows right through.It's an animal for fast cutting. Buy them, you wont be disappointed.
Nice heavy kerf, spins true, cuts well, two thumbs up....
I have been purchasing this combo of blades for a few years now and am satisfied with the way they perform and the value of both blades. I teach high school wood shop where we can be very **** blades at times and these two work well in my Sawstop table saws on soft pine all the way up to red oak, white ash, and hard maple. I definitely recommend these blade.
No problems with blades, good price