"I recently finished a project with 14 raised panels. I raised them with your insert panel cutter. Over the years, I have used many different "premium" cutters. Yours is by far the best I have ever used. I congratulate you on this superb system."
"I have recently purchased the Infinity Combo-Max saw blade and Glue Joint Router Bit. I am totally pleased with these tools. I have owned many different saw blades and router bits in my 50 years of woodworking and these rank among the best I have owned."
Our award-winning 8" stacked dado blade set, Dadonator™, is guaranteed to give you precise flat bottom dado cuts.
Put Our Award-Winning 8" Stacked Dado Set To Work For You!
The Infinity Tools Dadonator™ is considered by many to be the finest cutting stacked dado blade set on the market. It produces virtually polished, absolutely square, flat bottom dados, even in the most difficult materials. This superior performance is the result of our unique 6-tooth chipper design, high ATB (Alternate Top Bevel) grind, negative hook angle, premium materials and detailed craftsmanship. The Dadonator™ includes a total of eight blades, two outside blades and (six) 6-tooth chippers. The chippers come in three sizes; 1/8", 1/16" and 3/32" thickness. The 3/32" kerf chipper allows you to adjust the cutting width to give a snug fit when making undersized plywood dado cuts. Each premium blade body is given our exclusive Nickel coating for extreme resistance to rust and pitting. The Nickel coating also allows the blade to resist resin and pitch build-up and makes blade clean-up a snap.
5/8" bore diameter
C4 sub-micron carbide teeth hold a sharper edge for longer
Laser cut, high strength steel plates tensioned and computer flattened
Exclusive 6-tooth chippers for smoother cutting and longer life
Chippers include one 3/32", one 1/16" and four 1/8" width sizes
Negative hook angle & HI -A.T.B. grind for splinter-free performance in crosscuts and difficult materials
Nickel coated for years of rust-free service
Precision bore diameters and C.N.C. carbide grinding ensure flattest bottom cuts possible
Includes a set of precision shims for ultra-fine width adjustments
I have been a working with wood for over 40 years and have owned several types of dado sets and I feel that the Dadonator 8 set is the best on the market. My better half is always telling that You get what you pay for; You buy cheap, You get cheap. I needed to make 15 trivets for gifts and was going to cut a whole bunch of dado cuts so I decided to buy this one. I bought the complete package and even though it was expensive, after cutting about a hundred dados with it; I can say that every one was cut perfect. I was using a variety of hard woods and all the cuts were crisp and clean. I highly recommend this set.
Beats the competition
This is one of the finest dado blades Ive ever used. It reliably cuts clean, flat dados with no tearout, and after using it for over a year its still holding strong. I own or have owned several Freud models, a Forrest DadoKing, as well as other lower-quality brands, and I can readily say that the only other dado set that even comes close to the Dadonator is the Forrest, although I find it to have more issues with tearout than the Dadonator and it costs significantly more.
As for comments about its tight fit to the arbor, this should be expected. In order to get an even, flat cut the blades must fit very precisely and very tightly to the arbor, as their concentricity is whats keeping them even. I use a General saw and had no problems out-of-the-box. However, a friends Delta had trouble on first try. On closer inspection the arbor had been dinged in a few places, causing protrusions that had to be filed down. So make sure your arbor is in good shape! And dont grind the blade if you expect to get quality dados!
- Terry T, NL
Quality & Accurate Cuts
The Dadonator blade set is simply the best! Ive been using an inherited dado blade set for some time and thought it was time to replace the old set. Everything I read about the Dadonator set is true and then some. I couldnt be more pleased. Why didnt I replace my old set sooner?
- F Wood, PA
Dadonator Review in August 2011 Issue of Woodworkers Journal Magazine
In the August 2011 issue of Woodworkers Journal Magazine p. 62, I reviewed eight premium dado blades, including Infinitys Dadonator. Its six-wing chippers made easy work of cross-grain cuts in splintery cedar. It also earned a perfect score for cutting smoothness in hard maple. Melamine and oak plywood were sliced cleanly, too, with just a tiny chip or splinter here or there over about 100 lineal feet of cuts.
I like Infinity’s thoughtful labeling of its chipper blades: each is laser etched with its thickness — very helpful. An undersized chipper and a set of color-coded shims round out the package for a sub-$200 price. This seems an excellent all-around blade for the money, and Ill confidently and gladly add my accolades to those provided by other woodworking magazines.
- Chris Marshall, OH
Great Dado set, but---
Cuts great dados, flat bottoms, but some of the chipper blades would not fit over saws spindle, had to grind a small amount of hole to enlarge. Really lousy cardboard box. All in all I would still buy the set again.
- Charles Thomas, OR
I received my Dadonator set yesterday and was anxious to try it out especially since I read so much about the amazing cut quality of the blades and I must say I was more than impressed. I have been using a cheap set from one of the big box stores and have never been happy with the cuts and I can now say I am convinced I will never have to buy another dado set again. The finish and quality of the cuts is simply amazing!
Dadonator produces unreal cuts
One word.. Wow. You can take your wood straight from the table saw and glue it up. Of this set, I have only used the dadonator, and it produces the nicest dados that I have ever seen - smooth sides, flat bottom. I am still waiting on the rest of the package to be delivered, but if they are half as good as the dadonator I will be extremely pleased.
Very poor package for storing it in, however they make up for that with a dado set that will cut thru any wood I have in the shop. I have made dado's form 1/4" up to 3/4" in ash, cherry, maple(soft & hard,butternut,walnut,birch even a few types of sheet good. This dado set leaves a very smooth clean grove in any materail it get hold of. Well worth the money. My shop does custom millwork and I give this a good amount of use and it never fails me.
Dadonator 8" Stacked Dado Set
I had some more opportunity to spin the dadonator on the saw. In a word, "Wow" comes to mind! I made a dado in some butternut today, and literally had a tough time identifying the exit from the entrance, even though no backer board was used. I also cut some dados in some laminated countertop material with incredible results. You've absolutely earned a 5-Star review in my book.