Of course while this does work, it’s not especially practical. There is the upside of always having a disk sander (with an especially aggressive edge) ready to use, if you are brave enough.
In all seriousness, I can’t recommend doing this. The table saw is for cutting efficiently to accurate dimensions and then you normally take it from there and joint, plane or machine sand it to the final smoothness. You get better control and better results overall when break up the operations in that way.
I quickly remembered why I don’t use this blade – it makes that high pitched sound that’s just about intolerable. Not sure what causes it (it’s not the sandpaper), but I’ve only had one other blade that did it
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