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Over the last 30 years, carbide saw blades have almost completely taken over the regular steel saw blades. This is because carbide lasts so much longer between needing them sharpened. There are also so many different manufactures and different saw blade designs. Every company has a different saw blade design for different hardness’s of wood your cutting. The will also have a different design depending the type of saw you are using.
I have been receiving some calls on raker teeth heights when designed into the saw blade. Triple chip and also alternate bevel saw blades can have raker teeth. It’s a general rule that raker teeth should be between 12 and 15 thousandth lower. Although every manufacturer or saw blade design is not always follow this general rule. Raker teeth can vary from 6, 8, 10, 12 and 15 thousandths lower.
If there is a model number on the saw blade you can look that saw blade manufacture up online. Some manufacturer’s will have their catalog viewable online where you can see the specs of the saw blade. They will typically tell you the hook angle, top bevel angle, kirk and raker clearance height.
If you cannot find the saw blade specs, use the roundness gauge to check your current heights. Let’s say the heights are consistent with every raker tooth at 8 thousandth lower, it is very good to say that is the correct raker height for this saw blade. Now if the raker teeth heights vary from 6 to 10 thousandth lower, I would make the raker heights 10 thousandth lower. If the heights are all over the place with no reasoning, use the general rule and make them 12 to 15 thousandth lower and the saw blade will still perform like new.