Just purchased a new blade for the table saw—Ridge Carbide 48 tooth combo blade. Was a little pricey but they say it can be resharpened 20-25 times; probably such that I’ll never need to buy another combo blade again. I’m hoping it will handle plywoods and crosscuts well. We will see. I’ll still probably need to invest in a dedicated rip blade for the thicker 2 and 3 inch blanks that I like to turn. But a 40 tooth combo would probably struggle with those too. Very excited for a nice blade. I’ve been working with the blade that came on my job site saw and it’s pretty clear that it was only designed for 2x4s and construction and not so much for fine woodworking and exotic hardwoods.