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The blade's ideal crosscutting range includes materials that are 1/2 to 2-3/4 inches thick, while the range when ripping includes materials that are 3/8 to 3/4-inch thick. It has a 5/8-inch arbor and produces a 0.126 kerf.
Well-Balanced, Anti-Vibration Design
This Freud blade is precision balanced and pretensioned for truer cuts under heavy loads. It also features laser-cut, anti-vibration slots that reduce chatter for a cleaner finish, longer blade life, and reduced noise while you work. And because the entire blade is laser cut from high-strength steel, you can trust that it will stay stable, flat, and true, even after prolonged use.
High-Density Carbide for Maximum Cutting Performance
This heavy-duty saw blade's 60 teeth are finished with tips made from Freud's application-specific TiCo high-density carbide "general purpose blend." Formulated to maximize density, hardness, corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and impact resistance, this blend is ideally matched to the varied demands that are placed on a multi-purpose saw blade.
With teeth that start out sharper and deliver improved edge retention, the blade can go longer between sharpening, and will hold up longer--saving you time and money.
Silver I.C.E. Coating Resists Corrosion, Heat, and Resin Buildup
This blade is finished with Freud's Silver I.C.E. coating, which resists corrosion for improved performance over time. This unique coating also resists heat buildup, protecting your saw and your work surface and preventing the blade from warping. It also helps prevent resin or "pitch" buildup.
Since gummy pitch buildup causes extra drag on the motor of your saw, less buildup means longer tool life and longer blade life. It also means less downtime for blade cleaning, so you get jobs done faster.
This industrial saw blade is backed by Freud's limited lifetime warranty.
About Freud: A History of Innovative Manufacturing
An industry leader for more than 50 years, Freud America, Inc. is a manufacturer and marketer of superior carbide cutting tools for the woodworking industry. Freud is one of the few manufacturers of woodworking tools in the world that produces its own MicroGrain Carbide with Titanium, called TiCo, a high-density combination of Titanium and Cobalt.
By producing their own carbide, Freud has the unique ability to formulate each tool for each specific application, thereby maximizing the cutting life and performance of the tool. Freud's full line of high-quality, woodworking tools includes saw blades, router bits, shaper cutters, power tools, and more.
What's in the Box
Freud LU82M010 Heavy-Duty Crosscutting and Ripping Saw Blade--10-inch diameter, 5/8-inch arbor, 60-tooth design.
I am a newbe, replaced a 36 tooth blade with this one. A lot less blowout, leaves a cut pattern on the side of wood. Maybe I should try and higher tooth count on my next blade. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Allen Holdway
Great long lasting blade for general and finish woodwork and even soft metals.Published 5 months ago by jesse
This is a very nice blade. Still leaves the occasional burn mark on the 45. But, if you move slowly, it will make a nice clean cut. Would purchase again.Published 5 months ago by S. Crawford
I don't do a lot of wood cutting, but at times I need to cut plywood. This blade exceeded my expectations in how easy it cuts plywood with no rough edges. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ronald D Holtmyer
I often work with MEDIUM-DENSITY FIBERBOARD (MDF). Those of you who have cut much MDF know that it is tough on blades. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chauncey
Never owned a Freud blade before bought this one because of the price, its well made very sharp but what Im noticing is how aggressive this blade is. Read morePublished on December 17, 2012 by Garver L. Brown
Great blade for the price. I used this saw blade to cut hardwood flooring. It did the job very well with clean cuts and no chipping.Published on October 9, 2012 by Lenny B.