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Oshlun SDS-0842 8-Inch 42 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor

Freud SD208 8-Inch Professional Dado Blade Set

DEWALT DW7670 8-Inch 24-Tooth Stacked Dado Set

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Oshlun SDS-0842 8-Inch 42 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor

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Oshlun SDS-0842 8-Inch 42 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor

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Freud SD208 8-Inch Professional Dado (Discontinued)

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DEWALT DW7670 8-Inch 24-Tooth Stacked Dado Set

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DEWALT DW7670 8-Inch 24-Tooth Stacked Dado Set

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Diablo Stacked Dado Set Unboxing Setup Demo and Review

Video Review


Video Transcript


hey everybody you tuned in to the right
video cuz look there it is Diablo
stacked dado set 5/8 arbor quarter-inch
to 7/8 cut right it’s brand new I’m
gonna unbox that sucker and I’m gonna
put it into my cheap craftsman table saw
let’s get after it I already took my
finished blade out it’s the 10 inch 92
Theo blue cut through that melamine like
butter and left a real nice finish if
you want to learn more about that I’ll
put a slide out there you can click and
watch that video later otherwise down in
the description click on the affiliate
link to learn more about that ok here we
go there it is all of its glory
alright it’s just gonna be too weird
like this alright here we go
lefty loosey yeah aluminum the one I’m
insert there look there’s a label and
then there’s a chart showing you how to
use the outside blades with the chippers
and the shims cuz use the shims to get
those 30 seconds when you want to split
Scott whiskers there’s all that ok this
looks like the outside blades yeah
there’s some direction they’re outside
you on this side out there’s the other
one
yeah they’re sharp you know yeah ok
oh look there’s a little package of
shims there
no one says 0.03 mils or 12 thousandths
so there’s a little package of those
there hey look at that
lefty loosey again little more of the
same on the other side here and these
are your shippers these are eighth inch
thick I bet and there’s three three
chippers should be some spacers in here
Hey look at that there’s the spacers so
you got three spacers there okay there’s
your unboxing
let’s put it in the south here we are
and I need to set up for a half inch
dado okay and according to the chart
I need the two outside blades and two
chipper blades so here’s my first
outside blade rotation is clockwise the
cutters are coming toward me with that
right on there like that now make sure
these two teeth are at the top just like
that now let me take one of the chippers
and I’m going to put one tooth at 12
o’clock and one tooth at 6 o’clock just
like this and we’ll put that tooth right
in between those two teeth okay
sink down see how that fits now I’m
gonna turn the whole thing so that’s a
chipper now I got one tooth at 3 o’clock
and I got one tooth at 9 o’clock I’m
gonna take the other chipper let me make
sure that the tooth is coming toward me
and I’m gonna put this one at 12 and
this one at 6 right in between these two
teeth just like that now I’m going to
take the other side blade and this one
is rotating counterclockwise and I’m
gonna make sure the teeth are coming
toward me and pain is on the outside and
I’m gonna put two teeth in line or the
other outside blade just like that ok so
I got the one tooth in the middle and I
got the these four teeth are in line
with each other
that gives us some kind of balance okay
now I know from experience that I won’t
be able to use my washer there’s just
not enough thread showing and a lot of
smaller saw slips a lot of smaller cells
there like that it’s okay I have you
know just used a nut before and it’s
fine
so it’s more important to have a thread
or two showing on the other side of the
nut than it is to have no threads
showing and barely get on barely get the
nut on with the washer there okay so
what I’m gonna do
I’m gonna omit the washer and just put
the nut on so I’m gonna try and do that
without dropping it down into the bottom
of my saw okay yeah he’s good
I’m just gonna make sure these are where
I want the blade the teeth are where I
want them and I’m gonna finger take that
a little bit and now I’m gonna get my
wrench on there you want to make sure
your saw is unplugged my saws unplug and
it has this little chintzy got yellow
key here you know but it’s unplug now
you want to tighten it just like that
okay now I’m gonna dial it down so I get
my insert in there now I got this
brand-new zero-clearance insert that I
made out of some cardboard right they
call it clipboard but it’s hdf and I
just made some relief cuts with my with
my router and because there’s no support
on this side of the saw just on these
tabs here you know I had to make these
relief cuts so that would fit I had to
have the use of screw holes so I don’t
have a perfectly smooth insert but this
is gonna work just fine and if you want
to see how I made these I’ll put a
little slide out and you can click on
that and there’s a video where I make
make some inserts okay so I’m gonna go
ahead and install this so I got the
insert in I sanded it in smooth i waxed
up my saw on my out feed I’m gonna plug
in the saw turn on the vacuum turn on
the saw and crank the blade up into the
insert and punch a hole in it
oh my goodness look at this ooh and she
purty look at this setup here holy
smokes
oh yeah I’ll tell you one thing you
don’t want to get your hand caught in
their pink mist
hmm okay now I’m gonna try and dial this
thing in and get a little bit more than
quarter of an inch depth on the dado so
I got a piece of scrap here I’m gonna
start running that across there using my
calipers to dial that in so I’d go over
into my test piece and then I realize I
don’t have any push blocks and I want
the constant pressure on that so I get a
consistent cut through my piece
huh do did he date Oh dum Scotty do wait
what yeah look a whole bunch of all put
the feather board on the old fence over
here to keep that pressure right over
the blade for that consistency little
chip out here on the side I’m concerned
about couple more spots a little bit
here and there you know you know this is
where my back is gonna slide down into
so okay here’s the drawer box sides and
the Wardrobe sides and every piece has
got just a little bit of chip out here
and there see look when I don’t blame
those brand-new blades I blame that
cheap wobbly saw in my feed rate and you
know maybe cheap melamine from Home
Depot
as far as the quality of those blades
and the data that it produces look at
that nice flat bottom dado nice and
clean and this edge is super sharp you
could cut Tomatoes with that I mean this
is the world’s most finicky material
right here I’m cutting it with that old
cheap saw look at it well my feather
board setup that’s the big deal just a
piece of maple okay even I’m like this
clamp it across this Sun hold your
workpiece to the fence okay so that’s it
for that thing today
a lot better than doing it with a router
all those pieces there and those and
those big long ones that would have been
ridiculous
not that this wasn’t ridiculous I mean
this was less ridiculous right in the
next video I’m gonna mess around with
this Craig pocket hole jig I gotta mount
it to some kind of apparatus that I can
clamp to the bench because I got a
finished machining these parts and you
might want to stay closed for that maybe
just hit that red subscribe button hook
yourself up and we can hang out and do
it together if you want more info about
any other tools that you saw in the
video today I know I don’t do a very
good job of explaining every single
detail so I’ll try to compile a list of
affiliate links and I’ll put them down
in the description and you can click
through and get more information that
way well that’s going to do it for the
unboxing use and review of the Diablo
stacked dado set here in my garage
anyway if you’ve got any questions just
hit me up in the comments I’ll try to
help you out thanks for watching
Amanda right here
hey everybody thanks for sticking around
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Freud 6' x 10T Pro Dado Set (SD206)

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Freud 6″ x 10T Pro Dado Set (SD206)

  • 6″ Dado Set, 5/8″ Arbor
  • Set includes 2 blades, 3 chippers, spacers, shim set and carrying case.
  • Negative hook angles
  • Features Premium TiCo HI-Density Carbide Crosscutting Blend for Maximum Performance
  • Silver I.C.E. Coating prevents build up on the blade surface and keeps the blade running cooler and cleaner

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