I literally just got a TS75, haven't tried using it yet. I did notice that it came with a 36T blade. One of the first uses I have for this tool is too cut some IKEA butcher block counter tops for a project I'm working on. The counter top material is oak and its 1-1/8" thick, roughly 29-30mm for non-US. I'm actually trying to take two of these countertops and make an L shaped countertop. The plan is to overlap two of them at one end so that the form the vertex of an L, then cut at a 45 degree angle from on intersection of the L to the other intersection, attachment shows the concept. This means that I'll be cutting through a thickness of 2-1/4" (60mm) which the TS75 is suppose to be able to do. The reason for doing it this way is because even if I'm off slightly on the angle, the result will still be a joint between the two countertops when put together of 90 degrees.
Question: Will the 36T stock blade be good enough for a glue joint (yes I got the domino also to help with alignment) or would I need to get the 52T blade? is there a better blade I should be looking at?
I just haven't used this saw and this is the kind of thing I want to get right the first time. The countertops are long enough for a do-over if necessary but Id rather not.
Thanks in advance