A table saw can cut plywood, but the results may not be ideal. The table saw is designed to cut lumber, not plywood. The teeth on the blade are not as sharp as they could be, and the blade is not as wide as a plywood–cutting blade. This means that the table saw will likely leave saw marks on the plywood. The table saw can also struggle to cut through the multiple layers of plywood. For these reasons, it‘s often better to use a plywood–cutting blade in a circular saw for cutting plywood.