FREUD D1090X Circular Saw Blade

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The Diablo 10in. 90 tooth ultra fine round saw blade is a high-performance blade developed for cutting timber as well as wood compounds. It cuts like a hot knife via butter. Features a super-thin laser cut kerf, Perm-Shield nonstick coating, laser-cut Stabilizer vents, tri-metal shock-resistant brazing and even more. For usage on 10in. Miter saws and also table saws. Arbor dimension in. 5/8, rust immune Yes, blades Qty. 1, blade use Wood, timber compounds, Arbor Knockout No, blade diameter in. 10, idea type carbide, tooth grind Hi-ATB, crafted airing vent Yes, teeth Qty. 90, blade speed RPM 7, 000. Super-thin laser cut kerf for effortless reducing efficiency TiCo Hi-Density carbide provides a regulated carbide wear that stays sharper much longer Perm-Shield nonstick finishing shields the blade versus warmth, gumming and corrosion laser-cut Stabilizer vents catch noise and vibration and stabilizes the blade tri-metal shock-resistant brazing allows carbide pointers to withstand severe impact laser-cut heat growth ports enable blade to broaden because of warm accumulation, keeping the cut true and also straight

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