Freud 10x30 Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip Blade, LM75R010  Zoom

Freud 10x30 Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip Blade, LM75R010

Item #: 28768
$59.97
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Overview

With a unique triple chip tooth design, this 10" blade leaves extremely smooth, true surfaces for glue and finish work. Ideal for ripping hard and soft woods 1/8" to 1" thick.

Technical Details:

  • A super-thin .091" kerf requires less power and allows for a faster feed rate, while laser-cut anti-vibration slots drastically reduce vibration and sideways movement in the cut, extending blade life and giving a crisp, swirl-free flawless finish.
  • Application-specific super micrograin carbide teeth are 50-60% larger than standard carbide teeth and allow for multiple re-sharpenings.
  • Anti-vibration technology eliminates sideways movement against the material for a quieter, smoother cut with a superior finish and long cutting life.
  • Laser-cut heat expansion slots allow the blade to expand during use to keep the cut true and straight.
  • Permanent red Teflon coating prevents rust and guarantees less working friction and resin adhesion.
  • Precision-tensioned blade bodies made of high strength steel (40-45 Rc) stay flat and true throughout years of service.
  • Tri-metal brazing technique produces strong, impact resistant bond between carbide teeth and steel blade body.

Tech Spec

Brand Freud
Manufacturer Part Number LM75R010
Weight (lbs) 1.6000
Kerf Width 0.091"
Saw Blade Diameter 10"
Material Cutting Chipboard, Laminate, Plywood, Wood
Number of Teeth 30

What's included:

(1) Freud 10x30 Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip Blade, LM75R010

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When I installed this blade on...

Guest from Lancaster, CA Posted July 24, 2013
When I installed this blade on my Ryobi portable table saw the first thing I noticed was the sound. The blade is very quiet. It produces a very smooth edge as Freud claims "Glue Line". The only problem I have is I can't always push a piece straight through the saw. With this blade and a new miter gauge the Ryobi saw is a decent machine.

While I have used Freud blades...

James J from Kingsville, Ontario, Canada Posted May 30, 2011
While I have used Freud blades before, this was the first time with a LM75R010 thin kerf glue line rip blade. It performed even better than anticipated or advertised. I used it for cutting a glued lamination on an angle to make a zig zag pattern for a cutting board. The laminations re-glued with no discernible glue line gaps.

I'm a slow learner :) After...

Guest from Cottage Grove, OR Posted April 6, 2010
I'm a slow learner :) After some 30+ years of woodworking, I finally realized that most of what I do on my table say is ripping, so I recently bought the Freud LM75R Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip blade. I have used a Freud blade before and loved it. But THIS blade... I wish I would have bought one long long ago. It cut my walnut boards like a hot knife through butter, and left an almost glass-smooth finish. And, oddly, the blade is noticeably quieter with my ear protection on, it just sort of whispers as it goes through the wood.

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- Orval - 08/07/2012
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