Freud® 10" x 40T Premier Fusion General Purpose Saw Blade - P410
Freud engineers have discovered the ultimate combination of fused tooth grind geometry, blade body rigidity, precise tensioning, a special carbide blend and superior carbide brazing, non-stick Perma-SHIELD® coating and high performance anti-vibration - all working together in concert to provide the ultimate cut. One blade does it all. Whether you're ripping or crosscutting, a Premier Fusion blade will tackle any project.
- 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
- 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
- The combination of unique design and special polymer filler in the anti-vibration slots reduces vibration above and beyond any other blade, resulting in superior performance
- Unique side grind polishes the material to produce a superior finish
|Manufacturer Part Number||P410|
|Saw Blade Diameter||10"|
|Material Cutting||Chipboard, Laminate, Plywood, Wood|
|Number of Teeth||40|
I would recommend this blade.
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If a Freud seems too expensive for your pocket book, save your pennies. It will be well worth it. These blades will last you 3 times longer than that one you paid $12 buck for. Even the individual who sharpens blades for a living will thank you for bring him a decent blade for him to sharpen. If your a novice woodworker & have a table saw, you rip mostly, get a Freud rip blade. For you miter saw get the Freud crosscut blade. They do have combination blades that will also work well for your home projects.
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