P410 Fusion Premier Circular Saw Blade 10" x 5/8" Bore x 40 Tooth
Freud engineers have discovered the ultimate combination – 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...
Freud engineers have discovered the ultimate combination – 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.
- Works with veneered plywood, hardwoods, and melamine
- 0.126 kerf & 5/8" arbor
- Premier crosscutting/ripping blade
- Larger carbide tips for more resharpening
- Red Perma-Shield coating virtually eliminates friction
- Hi-ATB double side grind teeth
- Thicker body for durability
I bought a new table saw, and any one knows you need a new blade. I was looking at the Forrest blades and almost popped for one. The I saw a review by Fine Woodworking, and this blade ranked the same as the Forrest woodworker II 40 tooth, but The Freud won out with no chip out on Melanin. Plus it was $20 less. It was the sharpest out of the box that I've ever handled. Almost cut my hands removing it from the wrapper. Installed it on my saw and it cut smooth as could be, no kerf marks. would definitely buy this again and would recommend it to any one.
Short lived [$] Freud sawblade.
Worked real good till today when I was ripping a piece of clear, fir 2x4. cutting away and then a clung sound. turned off saw and removed power, found a carbide tooth in the gullet behind where the tooth used to be. [...] will replace it under warranty. Hope this doesn't happen again! Not what you expect from a top of the line blade. Since i beleive this is an anomaly, I will still recommend this blade.
Best Tablesaw Blade out there
This is my second Freud Fusion Tablesaw blade. I made the mistake of taking my first one to a local saw blade sharpener who claimed to know how to sharpen a Fusion Blade .... it still cut better BEFORE he sharpened it!!! I had the first one for three years and used it often on everything from sappy wet wood to the best exotic hardwoods with GREAT results -- just like I had used a jointer on the edges - smooth as glass --- I joined several boards after ripping with the Fusion. WELL WORTH THE MONEY!!!
I would buy it again. My favorite blade.
Excellent cuts in plywood, crosscuts and rips in hardwood. Very sharp and quiet. Tempting to leave the hearing protectors off. 1/8" kerf fits the Chestmate jig perfectly.
A little pricey, but worth it.
Cost more than I had planned to spend but I am very satisfied with the results.
Best Combination Blade I've Ever Owned
Simply the best saw blade I've ever owned.
All my blades are freud
To cut wood
The olny 1 use
I think thay are best blades on the markwt