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JMP Replacement Blades (3pk)

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These JMP replacement blades are only available in sets of three and fit all 3 units: the original JMP, the JMP-v2, and the JM-SW.

The Crosscut A is the the most commonly used blade for the Jointmaker series saws.

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Product Description

Crosscut A - 28 TPI. It leaves a kerf of 0.021"
This is the most commonly used blade and will satisfy most woodworkers needs.

Crosscut B - 32TPI
This is best used for softer woods, like bass or balsa. It gives a very fine cut. In harder, and thicker woods, it will want to drift especially if cutting too aggressively.

*NEW* Crosscut C - 32 TPI. It leaves a kerf of 0.023"
This allows luthiers to cut 0.023" fret slots in a single pass. Although this blade was designed for fret wire, it is actually a slightly thicker crosscut blade which may have an appeal for those who are cutting dense woods as well.

Rip Blade - 16TPI
This gives an incredible finish when ripping slices off of your wood. Because of the shape of the Rip teeth, the gullets do tend to clog more often which requires you to clean them out with a fine brush. While you could use the Rip blade for dovetails, we have found that the Crosscut A works just as good.

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