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Irwin 10" x 60T Marples ATB+R Crosscut Saw Blade

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For fine, chip-free crosscuts with minimal saw marks, turn to the Irwin Marples 60T Fine Crosscutting Saw Blade. Whether mounted on a miter saw or in a table saw, the razor-sharp carbide teeth and ATB+R grind will produce excellent cuts in hard and soft woods. The unique raker tooth design allows for perfectly flat-bottomed cuts in grooving applications. The blade also features a thin kerf design, which reduces dust and material waste, and allows for use on all table saws, from lower-powered portable machines to high-end cabinet saws.

IRWIN is proud to introduce a full line of fine woodworking saw blades that are manufactured in Italy to the highest standards of precision required for fine woodworking and finish carpentry. These industry leading laser-cut, thin kerf saw blades are produced in a highly-automated, state-of-the-art facility in Udine, Italy - the heart of high-quality circular saw blade manufacturing. Engineered with oversized, high-quality carbide, the new Marples Woodworking Series saw blades provide the extended life and flawless finish professional woodworkers and finish carpenters demand.

  • Extra-sharp, oversized carbide teeth are re-sharpenable for long life
  • Precision tensioned for flawless cuts
  • Heat-resistant non-stick coating reduces gumming for easy cleanup and truer, cleaner cuts
(1) Irwin Marples 10" Saw Blade, 60T ATB+R
More Information
Brand Irwin
Manufacturer Part Number 1807369
Weight 1.8000
Tech Spec
  • Grind: ATB+R
  • Kerf: 0.098"/2.5mm
  • ATB Angle: 10°
  • Arbor Size: 5/8"
  • To be Used On: Table Saw and Miter Saw
Tech Docs No
Kerf Width 0.098"
Saw Blade Diameter 10"
Material Cutting Wood
Number of Teeth 60
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Is this a good blade for building my first work bench? I'm not sure the difference between more teeth or less on the blade. Thanks!
Raymond on Jan 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Raymond, I have used many brands and this one is made as well as many. Being you are making a workbench, I imagine you will be doing a fair amount of crosscuts which this blade is designed for (leaves a fairly smooth edge). That said, you might consider the 50 tooth version which will cost a little less and give you the same results with your project. The 50 tooth will fit into other cuts (like rips) a little better without really sacrificing the quality of the crosscut.
will this blade make flat bottom grooves for joinery ?
Robert G on Jul 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Itis a thin kerf blade with every 3rd tooth acting like a chipper in a dado blade. If you must have flat groves, try something else.