|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 9 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||D0740X|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Freud's Limited Lifetime Guarantee|
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Freud D0740X Diablo 7-1/4 40 Tooth ATB Finishing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor, Diamond Knockout, and PermaShield Coating
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- Features Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish
- Super thin laser cut kerf gives extremely fast, durable, and clean cuts
- Non-stick Perma-Shield Coating reduces gumming, rusting, and corrosion - ideal for decks
- Laser-cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping the blade cool and reducing blade warp
- Laser-cut blade plate for true cuts
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Achieving attractive results when constructing finish work such as decks, fences, and shelving is all about clean, accurate cuts. The Freud D0740A makes this process easy, fast, and precise. Offering a smoother edge than framing blades, this finishing blade is constructed for effective cutting speed and long life.
Trim carpenters, fine cabinetmakers, and avid do-it-yourselfers will want to keep this blade on hand for jobs that call for ripping or making finish crosscuts. Appropriate application materials include hardwood, softwood, plywood, and fascia board.
Produces Smooth, Quiet Cuts with Laser-Cut Kerf
The Freud D0740A's clean-cutting design means that you can enjoy the comfort of smooth performance. The thin 0.59-inch kerf between the blade's 40 ATB (alternate-top bevel) teeth is laser cut to provide ease of feed, so you have more control over the blade's position. This helps maximize both the accuracy of the cut and the efficiency of your work, so you can enjoy a job well done and the ability to complete more tasks in less time.
An added bonus, the blade's laser-cut stabilizer vents reduce noise and vibration during operation, keeping your work environment more relaxed and your hands more in control. This feature also reduces friction and warping, helping to extend the blade's cutting life.
Features Shock-Resistant Carbide for Long-Lasting Precision
So you can count on it over the long term, the Freud D0740A is designed for durability. The blade's hardy teeth are protected by Freud's exclusive shock-resistant TiCo Hi-Density Carbide formula, which helps fight wear and tear and maintains blade sharpness up to four times longer than standard carbide. And protecting the blade is Perma-Shield Non-Stick Coating that provides resistance to heat and corrosion.
Fits Circular Saws
The Freud D0724A is a great addition to your workshop because it's designed with the versatility to fit a variety of circular saws, including portable varieties.
This product is covered by Freud's Limited Lifetime Warranty.
What's in the Box
Freud D0740X Diablo 7.25-Inch Finishing Saw Blade.
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Top Customer Reviews
Some users report short-life from this blade. That may be true under certain circumstances, but it usually isn't the blade's fault. Here's how you can get cleaner, safer, smoother cuts and MUCH more life from this or any other good blade.
1- Keep it clean. "pitch" --- that gummy residue from wood--- increases friction and heat. There are several products marketed specifically for keeping blades clean. They work fine, but I have found that no product works better than rubbing alcohol. Rubbing alcohol is inexpensive and widely available at any pharmacy. I will assume anyone reading this is careful enough to UNPLUG THE SAW before cleaning the blade or making any other adjustment.
2- Material considerations... Cutting plywood is tough on any blade because plywood has multiple layers of glue. Glue heats up and gets sticky FAST. Long rips and multiple rips make the blade hot anyway, and a hot blade melts glue faster than a cool blade. So just be aware, ANY BLADE from any manufacturer will wear faster in plywood.
3- Lubrication... You can minimize friction with a light coat of paste-wax or paraffin. You don't need to be perfectly even in the application of either. A quick dab of wax or a few strokes with the paraffin stick will quickly spread itself in about one-second into the first cut. Lube both sides of the blade roughly equally to reduce warping, and don't forget to lube the teeth. Once you make the first cut, the wax or paraffin will spread evenly everywhere and the excess will disappear.
Again... please UNPLUG THE SAW when you lubricate the blade. I have seen some pros turn their saws upside down and hold a paraffin stick against the running blade.Read more ›
Very happy with cut smoothness and overall performance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ALSO PURCHASED AS A GIFT. THESE ARE THE BRAND OF BLADES THAT I USE IN MY SAWS. GREAT PRODUCTS.Published 2 months ago by Richard F. Ward
Freud blades are very good stuff. The Diablo line are good job site blades and work well for the home DIY person using them occasionally. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pachyderm
These are great blades, Cut so smooth you almost don't need to sand and the kerf is very fine. The teflon coating makes for a very smooth cutting blade and the laser cuts keep it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tim Lavrouhin
Excellent product at a great price. Look at your local big box store too though, sometimes they go on sale, especially the more expensive models.Published 7 months ago by Joe Doaks
The blade works perfectly in my Dewalt circular saw. I've used it on several projects now and couldn't come up with a complaint if someone paid me to.Published 8 months ago by Daniel