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- Designed for cutting across wood grain and produces a smoother cut than rip saws.
- Has teeth shaped like knife points to crumble out wood between cuts.
- The most commonly used crosscut saws are 10- to 12-point for fine work and 7- or 8-point for faster cutting. 10 teeth per inch is considered general purpose
- Blade lengths range from 20" to 28", with 26" the most popular.
- Can also be used to cut plywood.
- Best cutting angle for this saw is about 45º.
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