HA! That would be nice...I need to get a good blade for it. I'm gonna be cutting some MDF right away so I'll continue to use my Freud 60T blade that I had on my old crappy saw that I may have cut 10BF. I was hoping by only doing 600 on the saw I could afford a nice WWII blade or something. What are the good recomendations for blades?
The best blade for you depends on your preferences, and what you'll be cutting. Your saw will have an easier time spinning 3/32" thin kerf blades. Tips for picking a saw blade
Forrest certainly makes some great blades, but are usually among the more expensive options. Infinity also offers some of the best blades I've tried to date...their 010-150
50T Combomax Lite is excellent and is on sale for ~ $50 with discount code "BFCM1010". Freud, CMT, DeWalt, Tenryu, Ridge Carbide, Amana, and others also have some good choices, but it's important recognize that each offers many models from multiple series, and not all are a great choice for your needs.
While not the best performers on the market, the Freud Diablo series are generally considered an excellent bang for the buck if thin kerf blades will suit your needs....the Ridgid Titanium series is similar (also by Freud AFAIK
). The DeWalt Precision Trim series is another good value line.
I would avoid the Irwin Marathon, Classic, and Sprint lines, the DeWalt construction series, Oldham construction series, Skil, Workforce, Vermont American, the new "Avanti" and "Avanti Pro" line from HD (no longer made by Freud), most Ryobi, and many of the other poorly made disposable construction grade blades commonly found at the big box stores that aren't well suited for fine woodworking.