Oshlun SDS-0630 6-Inch 30 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor
Precision Ground Carbide Tips, 6 Inch 30 Tooth Stack Dado Set, Professional Grade C 4 Carbide, Storage Carrying Case, Shim Set For, Full Body Chippers
- Features high tooth count saws and chippers that helps produce smooth bottom dado cuts
- Micro grain carbide tips stays sharp for longer making it easy to cut through all types of wood
- Produces small score marks on the outer edges that helps to eliminate tear out and splintering
- May not be easy to set dado width accurately
Analysis of 700+ reviews for Oshlun SDS-0630 6-Inch 30 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor
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We analyzed a total of 773 reviews for this product out of which, 687 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 75% reviews were positive while around 23% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Oshlun SDS-0630 6-Inch 30 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor
This product received a total score of 9.11 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
The box has die-cut foam between the blades, which is good for protecting the set from the long voyage out of Nanking.
I mounted the plates and chippers in some plywood and cut the box joints in some tough white oak scraps to make a perfect set.
The oshlun blades came in a cardboard box, but the blades were organized and separated by their own handles, which I found to be a good thing.
If it cuts like everyone said it would, the dado set comes in a blue metal box with a handle and the blades fit nicely inside a foam cutout with foamiders.
I will sand the holes using sandpaper around the dowel and take another reviewer's advice, as mine were right on the money when measured with the marked value and the thickness of his shims.
Question & Answers
Is this better than the Freud sd208?
The advantage to the Oshlun is due to having more teeth, which tends to run a bit higher in price.
Which set would be more compatible with the 6 inch or 8 inch Roybi portable saw?
I have a RyobiBT3100 that can't use 8" dado blades, even though it could use them in theory.
I don't know if a Dado can cut the tongue of a tongue with a table saw or if I need a router.
It can, but there are more appropriate tools that can cut a tongue and grooves with less set up time.
Does this set need a minimum saw HP rating?
If it's a belt driven saw, you should be good to go.
Does anyone own a DeWalt 7491 with the 8" Oshlun dado set?
I have an older DW 744 Type 2 that runs just fine on the Dado set.