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Stacked Dado Head


Definition of Stacked Dado Head:
A stacked dado head is a cutting system comprised of several cutting blades and several chipping blades. The cutting blades make the cheek, or side cuts while the chippers remove the material in between the cutters. Ideal for dado joints.


Freud 6'' Professional Dado Set
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  • Create neat flat bottom grooves and virtually splinter free cuts!
  • Use on all table saws, and radial arm saws for cutting slots, grooves, dadoes, and rabbets in softwood, or hardwood.


  • Available through Rockler.com

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