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Is a thin-kerf blade all I need?

As a newbie woodworker, I’m trying to stock my shop inexpensively. I’ve read that thin-kerf, carbide-tipped tablesaw blades waste less wood and put less strain on the saw’s motor. If they work so much better, is there any reason to even buy a full-kerf blade?

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