Our company builds from reclaimed lumber. SYP, heart pine, and some oak.
The pine as you can well imagine, really gums up the blade(s) quickly due to the rosin being drawn out from heat generated by the cutting process, and I find myself pulling and cleaning blades a bunch.
Freud has introduced an 18 tooth full kerf rip blade specifically for thick stock, so I says to myself, "self, why won't the deep gullets and thicker teeth reduce the heat buildup?"
Blade will be installed Mon. I'll let you know how it works.