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Hey all,

I am somewhat new to woodworking. I've done some projects basic 4/4 hardwood boards I picked up at Menards. But now I've come upon some nice 8/4 maple and walnut I want to use for a project. I have so far done well with the standard 28 tooth blade on my table saw for ripping 4/4 boards.

I am familiar with table saw safety. But is there anything to know about doing a good job (technique, blades, etc) with these thicker boards? I just don't want to screw these nice boards up. Thanks!
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