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160mm x 48T Freud Industrial Thin Kerf Track Saw Blade (LU79R006M20)

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160mm x 48T Freud Industrial Thin Kerf Track Saw Blade (LU79R006M20)
160mm x 48T Freud Industrial Thin Kerf Track Saw Blade (LU79R006M20)

Using advanced technology, Freud developed the LU79 thin kerf line of saw blades that features laser-cut, anti-vibration slots that practically eliminate the vibrations that resonate in standard blades. This blade provides flawless, chip-free edges in veneered plywoods, fine moldings, melamine, laminates, and crosscuts in solid woods. The combination of Hi-ATB tooth design and anti-vibration slots makes these thin kerf blades the ultimate finish blades. The result is a cut so smooth it eliminates the need for a stabilizer or a scoring blade!


Features:
  • The Perma-SHIELD® coating covers the blade plate and cutting edge in a protective layer, reducing heat build-up
  • Perma-SHIELD® blades resist binding in large volume cutting, reducing subsequent blade warp. The coating lubricates the blade, allowing it to spin freely, and eliminates pitch and debris build-up on the blade
  • Will fit the Festool TS-55 saw family, the DeWalt DWS520 track saw and Makita SP600K track saw
  • High Alternate Top Bevel (Hi-ATB) tooth design produces splinter-free cuts
  • Laser-cut anti-vibration slots drastically reduce vibration and sideways movement in the cut extending blade life and giving a crisp, splinter-free flawless finish
  • Perma-SHIELD® Non-Stick Coating is a state-of-the-art coating formulation that is superior to any today, and will withstand the toughest woodworking applications. Like Silver I.C.E.™, Perma-SHIELD® eliminates pitch and debris build-up reducing down time for cleaning
  • Features Ti-Co™ Hi-Density Carbide Crosscutting Blend for maximum performance
  • Anti-vibration design
(1) 160mm x 48T Freud Industrial Thin Kerf Track Saw Blade
More Information
Brand Freud
Manufacturer Part Number LU79R006M20
Weight 0.6500
Tech Spec No
Technical Documents No
Kerf Width 0.087"
Saw Blade Diameter 160mm
Material Cutting Chipboard, Laminate, Plywood, Wood
Number of Teeth 48
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Great alternative blade for Festool track saw
Perfect fit in the saw (Festool TS 55). Made clean, smooth cuts that did not bind or stress the saw.
September 23, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
I’ll buy another if I ever have to.
Best blade I’ve ever owned in forty years. Cuts through wood like it was a stick of butter.
July 11, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
@MccurdyWoodandMetal
I had sent my festool ts55 blade out for sharpening and needed something to use while it was gone. This blade had good reviews so I figured I would try it. I ripped 1 1/2” hard maple without a problem and it was a glue ready line. I think that says enough. If you want to see the coffee table I built with it check out my Instagram @MccurdyWoodandMetal
1 1/2” hard maple, 36” round with a 1 1/2” steel tube base.
1 1/2” hard maple, 36” round with a 1 1/2” steel tube base.
March 3, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Works great as expected.
Works great as expected.
August 8, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Rockler Store
Exceptional quality
Charles D on Jul 26, 2017
Exceptional quality
Charles D on Jul 26, 2017
good value thanks
Daniel G on Jun 26, 2017
good value thanks
Daniel G on Jun 26, 2017
what circular saw blade would your recommend for cutting Corian?
Bob T on Feb 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You would want to use a blade made for solid surfaces. I don’t know if Freud makes one in 160mm. A quick search on their site didn’t show one. I use the Festool solid surface blade. I have used Amana in the past as well. Hope this helps.
will this blade fit a scheppach track saw ?
Donovan S on Mar 14, 2017