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Freud LM71M010 10 in. 18 Tooth Thick Stock Rip Saw Blade
Model#: FEUNLM71M010
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Freud LM71M010 10 in. 18 Tooth Thick Stock Rip Saw Blade

Model#: FEUNLM71M010
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Freud LM71M010 10 in. 18 Tooth Thick Stock Rip Saw Blade

Freud LM71M010 10 in. 18 Tooth Thick Stock Rip Saw Blade

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Freud's Thick Stock Rip Blades are ideal for high-speed ripping operations in hardwood and softwood. The low tooth count also makes this blade ideal for ripping thick material. It can be used with manual feeding as well as with power feeders in single or gang-ripping
Features:
  • Ideal for working range 1-1/2 in. to 3-1/2 in. thick
  • Features Silver ICE coating and TiCo High Density Carbide ripping blend for maximum performance
  • Heavy-duty thick plate ensures a stable, flat blade for long cutting life in extreme ripping conditions
  • Large gullets allow for fast ripping and easy chip removal
  • Recommended for ripping wood, chip board and plywood
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  • 10 in. 18T Thick Stock Rip Saw Blade - LM71M010

Specifications

Series: LM71
Arbor Size: 5/8 in.
Blade Type: Wood
Coating: Silver ICE
Diameter: 10 in.
Grind Type: FLAT
Kerf: 0.153 in.
Plate Thickness: 0.118 in.
Teeth: 18

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4.0

Freud thick stock rip blade w/ "ice" coa

By Bill

from Belden, MS

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Pros

  • Rips Resinous Wood Very
  • Well Much Less Build-up

Cons

  • Light Carbide Chipping

Best Uses

    Production ripping

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