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I would try it. I suppose composites might be better suited to a different tooth geometry than wood. On the other hand the higher tooth count might create more heat.
 

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What is the rake on the tooth?
Generally I trust Freud, but depend on their combo blade for most things other than fine finishing.
 

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Looks like about a 5 degree.
I think most sliders recommend a 0 or negative rake.
Regular chopsaw might be the right tool.
I'm sure it will be okay no matter which tool you put it on.
How much?
 
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