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  • Freud P410T 10 in. 40 Tooth Thin Kerf Premier Fusion Saw Blade
Model#: FEUNP410T

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Freud P410T 10 in. 40 Tooth Thin Kerf Premier Fusion Saw Blade

Model#: FEUNP410T
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Freud's Thin Kerf Premier Fusion Blades provide a glass smooth side finish while also giving a flawless top and bottom finish in veneered plywood, hardwoods and melamine. The Fusion tooth design fuses Freud's 30 degree Hi-ATB tooth with Freud's unique double-side grind tooth geometry. One blade does it all. Whether you're ripping or crosscutting, a Premier Fusion blade will tackle any project.
  • Ideal for working range 3/4 in. to 3-1/2 in. thick for crosscutting and 3/8 in. to 1-1/2 in. thick for ripping
  • Features a non-stick Perma-Shield coating that reduces friction and heat build-up for longer blade life
  • High Alternate Top Bevel tooth design produces splinter-free cuts
  • Laser cut anti-vibration slots drastically reduce vibration and sideways movement in the cut extending blade life and giving a crisp finish
  • Recommended for ripping and crosscutting wood, cutting chip board, plywood and laminate
  • 10 in. 40T Thin Kerf Premier Fusion Saw Blade - P410T


Arbor Size: 5/8 in.
Blade Type: Wood, Laminate
Coating: Perma-Shield
Diameter: 10 in.
Grind Type: Hi-ATB
Kerf: 0.091 in.
Plate Thickness: 0.071 in.
Teeth: 40


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    I'm starting to get back into wood working. Things sure have changed since 7/8 grade wood shop, haven't they? Anyways, I notice some freud blades are described as follows - " 10" 60T Non ferrous metal blade" and others are described as " 10" 60T metal blade" I'm assuming that the first description means that you can't cut metal with that blade. But does the 2nd description means that you are allowed to cut metal, such as aluminum or another soft metal?
    Asked on 4/1/2015 by Stosh from West Branch, MI

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