|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.4 x 8 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||SDS-0630|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Oshlun guarantees all of our products against defects in material and workmanship for the life of the product. This does not include normal wear and tear or improper usage.|
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Oshlun SDS-0630 6-Inch 30 Tooth Stack Dado Set with 5/8-Inch Arbor
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I can honestly say, the Oshlun SDS0630, is about as close as you can get to Dado stack perfection while still holding price within the realm of reasonable cost...
Fine width adjustments with 1/16", and 1/32" chippers, combined with the nice selection of shims make fine tuning your dado to the funny sheet goods sizes easy as can be. And if you aren't sure how to set it up and adjust it, Oshlun includes a fairly straight forward instruction sheet.
The blades are clearly marked as to direction and proper position to insure foolproof installation. The chippers are clearly marked for thickness, as well as rotational direction.
This set leaves laser perfect smooth cuts, and bottoms in everything I have thrown at it, from MDF, Melamine board, Baltic Birch plywood, white oak, pine ply, solid pine etc...
The objection otherwise mentioned here to the fact that this ships in a cardboard box is not misplaced, but honestly, what we are reviewing here is the Dado set, not the storage box. If you want a solid storage case, build it. You are a woodworker right? Yes a nice case would have been a good addition, but at this price point I think the manufacturer would have had to cut back on the quality of the blades to fit a proper case in the budget. Not a good trade off. Heck, use the Dado stack to build your storage case for the dado stack!Read more ›
for cero vibrations and neat cuts. The set is very easy to install and use.
Furthermore, Oshlun customer service is trully the best you can get. Recently I dropped one of the blades over
hard metal and damaged a couple teeth,... wrote to customer service about it
and immeditely got a new replacement blade. I am very impressed and pleased with the Oslum service and
very reliable products. That is why I am giving Oshlum much more than five stars.
While I would love to drop $250 on the Forrest Dado King, I was really not in the market for that kind of investment. I have other Forrest blades and could not be happier with their performance, and the rehab and sharpening service available from them, so I am sure the Dado King is a superior option...and should be for the price. Which brings me to the compromise of the Oshlun. I looked at a new Freud set, but to be honest I wasn't particularly happy with the Freud...I found set up with the winged chippers to be difficult as you have to be picky about staggering the cutting edges and balancing the pack with one hand while threading the arbor nut with the other hand. If all this did not come off well, the stack would not tighten correctly on the arbor and be off balance and untrue...if there were shims involved, it was even more tedious.
As a consequence, I decided on this Oshlun set for $10 less than the Freud...all the bargain priced sets are made in China, anyway. The nearly full plate chippers, additional teeth and the 3/32" chipper were the attractions...as well as the price. I was stunned at the weight of the box upon arrival...those full plate chippers add lots of hefty iron to the set. I inspected all the blades...which all the parts were in the box as promised ...all the teeth were present and sharp...all the plates were flat and warp free.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought saw based on reviews and the price seemed right. It arrived approx 2 weeks after ordering (that's good timing from USA to New Zealand)
I tried it out today and it makes... Read more
I was initially disappointed with this set and figured "well, you get what you pay for." The cuts did not seem very clean. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Timothy Mott
Let me preface this post by disclosing that I am a woodworking hobbyist. However, I've been doing it for about 15 years and have built furniture and musical instruments, so I'm not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wenge
This is my first dado set and I thought that going with this, middle of the line, stack would give the results I was aiming for. I was dead wrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Salmon
I was skeptical after reading some of the reviews, but figured I can send it back if it's not satisfactory. I build a 5 box beehive with finger joint corners using this stack set. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wiliford
Cuts clean for what I need, great price, great selection of shims and chippers. But as other posters have mentioned having a problem with, I had a tooth break the first time it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason Turnage
I bought this blade set primarily for making finger joints, which have to be very exact with the minimum of tear-out around the edges. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sir Gunblade CQC