|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 13.6 x 0.6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DW3128P5|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cutting Diameter||12 inches|
|Warranty Description||Satisfaction Guarantee|
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DEWALT DW3128P5 80 Tooth and 32T ATB Thin Kerf 12-inch Crosscutting Miter Saw Blade, 2 Pack
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- Tougher tungsten carbide stays sharper longer
- Thin kerf for fast and smooth cutting action
- Computer balanced plate reduces vibration for improved accuracy and better finish
- One blade with 80 teeth and one with 32 teeth for added versatility
- Backed by a 3-year limited warranty
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I've had trouble with a few things, the first is that when cutting a bevel (saw tilted), I see quite a bit of deflection in the blade on anything but the smallest of stock. Cutting 3/4 pine caused this blade to deflect, thus bind, thus burn, and leaves me with an uneven cut. I'm confident that it's not my saw (Delta TwinLaser - 15 amp motor) because other blades work well.
The other thing I don't love is that it takes forever to wear the yellow paint off the blades with cuts - and so every cut has a hint of yellow for quite a long time. Not a big deal, but kind of unecessary.
To round it out, I'm just not that happy with the cut even when it's straight down. I get chipping or tear-out on almost any kind of lumber that I've tried... red oak, pine, poplar, etc. It doesn't matter how fast or slow I make the cut. While that's a pain, I will say that the center of the cut is very smooth.
The rough cut blade does do a fine job for cutting framing lumber straight up and down - very fast. I have not needed to use that for a bevel cut, but I would guess it has the same problem.
So, if you do rough cut work and don't have a need to make bevel cuts, these are probably a great deal. If your needs are more, then I would say spend your money on some better blades.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Poor blade for finish work . Left small tears in the back of the wood in soft pine. Buy a Freud blade, way better. The Chinese are laughing at us again for purchasing this crap. Read morePublished 19 days ago by tua
Much cheaper than purchasing these separate locally. I was thrilled to pay the same price for two that I would have for one. Read morePublished 29 days ago by mnewut