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Freud® 10" x 30T Industrial Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip Saw Blade - LM75R010

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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.

  • 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
(1) Freud 10x30 Thin Kerf Glue Line Rip Blade, LM75R010
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Brand Freud
Manufacturer Part Number LM75R010
Weight 1.6000
Kerf Width 0.091"
Saw Blade Diameter 10"
Material Cutting Chipboard, Laminate, Plywood, Wood
Number of Teeth 30
5.0 / 5.0
49 Reviews
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Good value for the money
Up until this purchase I've been using standard blades. Had to purchase a new zero clearance insert, and a splitter but I'm set and will likely always now use a thin kerf. Much less waste and the blade cuts well.
August 19, 2019
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Freud rip blade
I was very pleasantly surprised how much difference this blade made to in the ease and smoothness of my rip cuts. Well worth the money.
May 17, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
This is the third time I've purchased this exact blade from Rockler. It is a fine blade.

I've been wood working for 45 years.
May 10, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Cuts exceptionally smooth
Small shop (mostly hobby work) and this blade leaves smooth finished cuts. The thin kerf is perfect for minimizing waste
April 24, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Freud LM75R010 rip saw blade
I received this blade a week or so ago . I have cut a couple of dozen rips with it and did a wonderful job.
April 16, 2019
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
This is my second blade the other one is getting sharpened. I use this for jointing boards for draws and solid doors basically whenever I need I clean flat edge. Highly recommend.
March 30, 2019
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Freud Thin Kerf Rip Blade
I wanted a thin-kerf rip blade. After reading several reviews on-line, the obvious choice was the Freud 10X30T Thin Kerf Rip Blade. I purchased it well over two years ago and have been using it as my go-to table saw blade. I often use it for crosscutting rather than swap out the blade. I have ripped several thousand feet of hardwood (Cherry, Oak, Ironwood, Bloodwood, etc) with little or no tearout and have yet to sharpen it.
It will/still produces a cut clean enough to glue. Though for most of my projects I will go ahead and edge/plane. Which requires a very thin pass. A handy blade to keep on hand.
February 13, 2019
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good cut
Good cut, smooth finish. I've used it on Maple, Mahogany, Cherry, and Walnut
December 16, 2018
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Just what I needed.
Cuts just like the advertisement.
October 25, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
better than Forest
This is the second THIN KERF glue line blade I've had. I just wore the first one out! So I thought I'd see how the standard kerf blade worked. It didn't cut as clean as the thin kerf blade, so back to Rockler I went. I've tried lots of different blades, including Forest, but for ripping, I'll stay with Freud's THIN KERF glue line rip blade. I just go from the table saw to glue up, try it, you'll like it!
August 13, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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I am starting a project that requiring gluing wide panels.
Johnnie M on Nov 4, 2019
Not much to say here. Needed a Rip blade and made my decision on others reviews. I have high hopes for it.
Stephen D on Jul 21, 2019
I am starting a project that requiring gluing wide panels.
Johnnie M on Nov 4, 2019
lower powered saw needs thinner blade
Lewis S on Aug 7, 2019
Not much to say here. Needed a Rip blade and made my decision on others reviews. I have high hopes for it.
Stephen D on Jul 21, 2019
Past experience with Freud blades has been very positive
Kirby C on Jun 19, 2019
Small shop, don't have a bandsaw, and I'd like to be able to resaw and rip with minimal waste. Also, only have 15 amps and the thin kerf should draw less power.
Dominic Z on Mar 25, 2019
Have been reading a lot of good reviews about this blade and its ability to give smooth cuts to glue up potential
Steven Thompson S on Mar 7, 2019
I have always been impressed with your products and can rely on your shipping estimate. Thus this old man is a happy dude
Gerrge J on Dec 21, 2018
good reviews
Mike J on Oct 8, 2018
High ratings and 15% off.
Charles M on Jun 29, 2018
The reviews. I’ve been using a general purpose blade for ripping and decided to get a blade specifically designed for ripping.
Wai G on Jun 24, 2018
Needed a fine cut blade and the reviews sold me!
Gerald E A on Apr 9, 2018
want a good carbide tip blade.
DAVID C on Feb 27, 2018
I needed a blade for joinery that has flat top teeth and not atb teeth. Freud makes good blades as well.
Brad R on Feb 26, 2018
good reviews
mark S on Feb 20, 2018
Replaced a blade with a broken tooth. We use this blade all the time so with the 20% off will help with the price even though it is oversold. Hopefully they will get in blades soon.
Evelyn D on Dec 20, 2017
Online article I read on rip cutting showed this to be a very good blade to get for the type of work I am doing. Rockler's great pricing and my 20% discount made this purchase a no brainer.
H M on Dec 11, 2017
unavailable locally
Alan P on Oct 29, 2017
i trust Rockler products
Richard F on Oct 7, 2017
Because I know the brand and have good service from them. Just wish I could get them sharpened. The place where I live, seem to brake the teeth out ,or are missing.
Jim D on Aug 27, 2017
Research for thin kerf
Fred W on Jul 12, 2017
Best blade on market.
Wayne E on Jun 19, 2017
Time for a new blade for my table saw. The mahogany takes a toll on them.
Kimberly A on May 6, 2017
Reviews were good
Willis D on Feb 27, 2017
Freud has high quality products.
Richard A on Feb 26, 2017
Recommended to me by a friend who does a lot of woodworking projects
Robert V on Feb 22, 2017
preparing table top pieces for glue-up
Eric K on Feb 16, 2017
Have always used Freud blades, very good blades
David P on Jan 9, 2017
On sale. They're great blades
Jeffrey L on Nov 18, 2016
I want smooth cuts so I don't have to use a jointer
Isaac on Oct 9, 2016
Dealing with some material to small for joiner.
Kenneth P on Oct 5, 2016
best blade I've found
Dan H on Sep 22, 2016
have used this blade before and it is the best I have found.
Jerry C on Aug 29, 2016
Own several
Jim K on Aug 7, 2016
Needed new rip saw blade
DICK O on Jul 24, 2016
It's Freud & it cuts very clean.
Mike E on Jun 27, 2016
Good reviews and flat kerf
Philip A on May 30, 2016
quality of Freud blades
TOM R on May 25, 2016
Friend had one and was excellent.
steve L on Apr 17, 2016
This blade has a thin kerf
Mary D on Apr 12, 2016
Better glue joints
Amelia T on Apr 11, 2016
Clint B on Mar 26, 2016
this was a mistake should have stayed with the 1/8th kerf
Michael D on Mar 23, 2016
Do a lot of projects with Red Oak. By having a thin kerf ripping blade, it makes it easier to get through this hard wood, and uses a thinner kerf to save more of the wood in the process.
Paul K on Mar 21, 2016
brand name good reviews
ken s on Mar 16, 2016
Needed it for a Project
John M on Mar 6, 2016
I have several boards to rip for a 7' long table top. I hope this will make better glue edges.
Gary G on Feb 8, 2016
Thin Kerf, and good reputation and reviews
Galen on Feb 5, 2016
It is a good brand of saw and I do a lot of edge gluing of solid stock material; from the reviews it looked like just the tool to improve the quality of my projects.
DOUG T on Jan 31, 2016
great reviews
Lori g on Jan 15, 2016
Have used Freud blades and like them
Bill Hufham on Jan 11, 2016
lower powered saw needs thinner blade
Lewis S on Aug 7, 2019
Past experience with Freud blades has been very positive
Kirby C on Jun 19, 2019
How is 30 teeth good enough for a glue joint? I would think like a cross cut, the more teeth the better...
A shopper on Apr 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: When running with the grain more teeth per inch would clog the saw and cause the blade to bog down, get hot, and burn the wood. By having fewer teeth, and deeper gullets, the blade is able to extract the sawdust, run cooler and deliver jointer quality cuts. Hand saws are configured the same way. Look at the teeth spacing on handsaws and you will notice the rip cut saws have more a more aggressive teeth configuration. The crosscut has more teeth and shallow gullets.
I want to rip 2" thick bubinga into 3/32" strips for bending and laminating. I am trying to maximize the number of strips. Obtaining two more strips from a 5-1/8" × 92" × 2" thick board can save me having to buy an additional 2"×92" bubinga piece. Will the thin kerf blade perform on the 2" bubinga?
George H on Jun 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Maybe. The issue is the saw, not the blade.
On a standard 3 hp table saw, yes. On a 1 3/4 hp cabinet saw, it depends. Some brands advertise 1 3/4 hp, and deliver less. These saws will burn your wood and overheat your blade. 2" bubinga will saw like 2 1/2 to 3" thick white oak. If your saw can handle oak that thick, 2" bubinga won't be a problem.
I just got my blade and it says it is for ripping wood up to 1" thick. Is that a hard and fast limit? do bad things happen if you rip a thicker piece?
Larry M on Jun 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Possibly. The depth of cut is governed the power of the saw motor as well as the hardness of the wood being ripped. Your thin-kerf blade is a variation of a rip blade and it will give a smoother finish to the cut but does not rip as well as a standard rip blade. Putting more stress on the motor will slow down the cut and result in burning.. If you need to cut thick material stick to a regular rip blade
Does this blade leave flat grooves? Say, for making frame and panel doors.
Woodchuck on Mar 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the teeth have a flat top. Flat top rip blades are less common it seems, but they are my preference most of the time for a table saw. That's because they also work well for cutting tennons. For most cross cuts I have a miter saw. In a pinch, it will cut a decent cross cut if necessary unless it is plywood.
What is the hook angle on this blade?
Eddie H on Jul 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 12 degrees according to freuds website. I burned mine up so I can't measure.Enter an answer to this question.
How does this compare to the Freud thin kerf glue line rip blade? Freud's website gives this top marks for all cuts. I have the full kerf premier fusion and it's incredible, but the full kerf does work my 2.25 HP motor a little too much sometimes, and now I'll be ripping a lot of sapele.
Guest on Jun 13, 2019
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BEST ANSWER: I like both blades. If you are concerned about the blade get the thin kerf glue line rip blade.
is this saw blade available in 12-inch?
George R on Jun 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Don't know check their website Enter an answer to this question.