Freud 10" x 30T 2021 Industrial Thin Kerf Glue Line Ripping new arrival Blade (LM75R010) sale

Freud 10" x 30T 2021 Industrial Thin Kerf Glue Line Ripping new arrival Blade (LM75R010) sale

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Material
Carbide
Brand
Freud
Item Dimensions LxWxH
1 x 1 x 1 inches
Color
Multi
Number of Teeth
30
Item Weight
1 Pounds

  • Power Tool Accessories
  • Blades - Reciprocating Saw
  • Reciprocating Saw Blade

  • Diameter Teeth Arbor Hook Angle Kerf Grind Plate
    10" 30 5/8" 12° .091" TCG .071"

    Freud's industrial saw blades are carefully crafted using the best materials, the most innovative designs, and the industry's most sophisticated manufacturing processes. Every blade is specifically designed for superior performance and maximum life. Select the best blade for your application from a wide variety of designs and sizes, all featuring Freud's unique coatings and TiCo Hi-Density Carbide.

    TiCo Hi-Density carbide is a specially formulated, highly compact Titanium Cobalt Carbide engineered and manufactured by Freud to maximize performance on all Freud cutting tools. Designed in Freud research and development laboratories, Freud's TiCo Hi-Density carbide is scientifically developed using Titanium Carbide, Cobalt and Tungsten (as well as proprietary elements), to produce a supreme product. Carbide size is extremely important when it comes to sharpness as well as the rate at which an edge wears. The larger the carbide grain, the faster an edge will wear. While standard carbides measure as large as 5 microns, and an advanced micrograin carbide can measure 1 micron, Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide is miniscule in comparison at .8 microns, with a laminate blend as small as .4 microns.

    Description

    Product Description

    This blade''s specially designed triple chip tooth design produces extremely smooth, true surfaces for gluing and finish work. There is no need for sanding or jointing after the cut. The ideal working range is from 1/8" to 1" thick. This blade also features laser cut anti-vibration slots, practically eliminating the vibration that resonates in standard blades. With this ultimate ripping blade, there is no need for stabilizers.

    From the Manufacturer

    Freud''s new thin kerf glue line rip saw blade. This blade''s specifically designed triple chip tooth produces extremely smooth true surfaces for gluing and finish work. There is no need for sanding or jointing after the cut. The ideal working range is from 1/8-Inch to 1-Inch thick. With this ultimate ripping blade, there is no need for stabilizers. Blade features Freud''s Tico Hi-Density micro grain carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish, Laser-cut anti-vibration Technology reduces noise and extends cutting life, Laser Cut steel blade body for smoother cuts and flatness, and Non-stick Perma-Shield Coating that reduces gumming, rusting, and corrosion for longer life with less wear. The thin kerf blade removes less material than standard carbide blades, thus requiring less horsepower to produce equally good results. 10-Inch by 30t TCG 5/8-Inch arbor. This blade is covered by Freud''s Limited Lifetime Guarantee.

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    • ASIN: B001V5J4QY
    • Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 527Reviews
    • Best Sellers Rank:
      #21,687 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)
      #46 in Circular Saw Blades
    • Date First Available: April 3, 2007
    Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.

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    Q: Does the TCG teeth leave a reasonably flat bottom for quick grooves/dadoes?

    A: I use it to do the dados for my drawers. It works quite well.

    stephen p. utz | 5 years ago

    Q: does anyone know how this differs from the LM74R010 which seems to be the same blade just …

    A: The kerf on the 75 is smaller (.091) compared to the 74 which is larger (.118). Both work …

    Tall66 | 6 years ago

    Q: Why is this blade called an "industrial" blade? is it too heavy for my wen 3720 job site s…

    A: There’s nothing industrial about it. Just ignore the word and just the blade it’s a thin k…

    Anguel… | 3 years ago

    Q: I have a delta 5100 saw that states 0.102-inch minimum kerf for the riving knife.. would t…

    A: The statement of a 0.102" minimum kerf for the riving knife seems to mean that this is the…

    Yves Chaix | 6 years ago

    Customer reviews

    4.8 out of 54.8 out of 5
    527 global ratings

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    Dr. Hammer
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Amazing blade.
    Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2018
    First of all, let me say, that Freud brand never let me down. Their Italian made blades and bits are of superb quality. I own 6 Freud blades and about 10 Freud router bits. All of them perform as expected. I guess, like with any other mass manufacturer, there is a chance... See more
    First of all, let me say, that Freud brand never let me down. Their Italian made blades and bits are of superb quality. I own 6 Freud blades and about 10 Freud router bits. All of them perform as expected. I guess, like with any other mass manufacturer, there is a chance you will get an occasional dud, but this would be an exception rather then often occurrence comparing to some other and cheaper brands.
    I own an old Craftsman 10 inch table saw. It is a great saw, but at 110V it is way under powered to cut as smoothly as I want it to cut. It doesn''t cut near as well as a 3.5 HP professional table saw that I used in High School workshop class in the late 80-s.
    I learned how to use my saw properly. First of all, my saw blade is perfectly parallel to the fence. Second, the blade spins in the plane and does not wobble at all according to my dial indicator. I mostly use thin kerf blade, it cuts hardwood easier. ZCI is a must.
    I do get burn marks occasionally, all of them are my fault, because I do not keep a constant feed speed. I normally will rip a piece about 1/8 in wider then I need it to be. Then, I clean 1/16 in on each side to get the piece to size. It takes extra time, but as a result I get a mirror smooth surface.
    Buy this blade without hesitation, learn how to use it, and you will not be disappointed. Money well spent.
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    Rocky Thomas
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Flawless rip cuts that are mirror smooth.
    Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020
    After some light reading I decided I needed a glue line rip blade. Freud has become my blade of choice for all my tools including router bits. I’ve had nothing but flawless results from both the industrial line and the lower rent Diablo line available at a certain orange... See more
    After some light reading I decided I needed a glue line rip blade. Freud has become my blade of choice for all my tools including router bits. I’ve had nothing but flawless results from both the industrial line and the lower rent Diablo line available at a certain orange big box store and Amazon.
    I was making a very critical and visible book match glue up for my mantle, it’s the focal point of my new living room and something I’ll sit and stare at and would lament any flaws or less than perfect bookmatch. No pressure, lol. I considered different methods to make the joint but decided on this blade to do the job.
    I set up the blade in my saw with a Forrest damper and took some extra time getting everything set up best as possible before making some test cuts. From the first cut I was impressed versus any of my combination or cheaper rip blades. Mirror smooth and clean as a whistle! This blade is a winner!!!
    My friend who’s an accomplished woodworker couldn’t get over how nice the glue line was, perfect isn’t a word I use lightly but this is damn close. As a noobie at fine woodworking and getting questions from someone way more advanced made me feel pretty good but honestly it was the blade. My glue line came out just like I envisioned and I feel it would go toe to toe with glue lines done by anyone. Yes I felt I earned a seat at the big kids table due in large part to how well this blade does it’s job.

    I’ve since purchased the finest crosscut blade Freud offers and keep those two reserved for critical cuts and use the Diablo blades or several other brands for everyday cuts that aren’t as high profile. A cheap sharp blade will out perform a expensive dull one any day.
    That way I expect these two blades to last for years as I’m a weekend warrior at best.
    If your looking for near perfect rip cuts I think you’ll be happy with this. In full disclosure I’ve not made a cut with a Forrest blade (or any other of the ultra expensive options) but I simply can’t see much room for improvement over the Freud.
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    thereal1uigi
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Nicest blade in my arsenel
    Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2020
    I have mostly second hand saw blades from the set I inherited from a late relative. I own one new crosscut blade from a generic manufacturer, and it''s ok. When i received it, it was obvious it was new because it did cut better than my previous crosscut blade. No burn... See more
    I have mostly second hand saw blades from the set I inherited from a late relative. I own one new crosscut blade from a generic manufacturer, and it''s ok. When i received it, it was obvious it was new because it did cut better than my previous crosscut blade. No burn marks on the wood and all that. But the blue finish on the blade rubbed off on each piece of work i did, thus requiring some sanding to remove that. I just thought it came with the territory.

    Then i bought this blade.

    This is by far the nicest saw blade i''ve ever owned or used, for a few reasons.
    1) I expected the red finish to start coming off right away. It hasn''t. Still looks brand new through the first dozen cuts or more.
    2) The advertised glue line finish is real. I expected some tool marks, but there are none.
    3) I notice vibration in my other blades - I don''t notice it here.
    4) The advertised anti-friction coating really works. I barely notice any resistance when pushing a piece of wood through. It''s incredible.

    I''m now thinking about replacing a few more of my blades with Freud blades, if they''re all this good.
    6 people found this helpful
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    Mike O
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Good blade!!
    Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2019
    WOW!!!! I cant believe I''ve been missing out for all these years. Best blade I''ve used and the quietest. Do not hesitate to get this. Just tried it for a dado and works perfect. **Had the chance to use this blade quite a bit I''m still amazed at how much better of a... See more
    WOW!!!! I cant believe I''ve been missing out for all these years. Best blade I''ve used and the quietest. Do not hesitate to get this. Just tried it for a dado and works perfect.
    **Had the chance to use this blade quite a bit I''m still amazed at how much better of a blade this is compared to dewalt. Irwin and all the others under $55. I seen a review about a tip being broke.....only way itll break is if you drop it onto a hard surface it''s very well made!!
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    Amazon Customer
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Struck Out
    Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
    This was the first time I invested in Freud’s industrial line over the Diablo line from Home Depot. I needed to do lots of glue-ups and hoped this blade would do the trick and speed up the job by avoiding the jointer. I didn’t get the glassy smooth edges others have... See more
    This was the first time I invested in Freud’s industrial line over the Diablo line from Home Depot. I needed to do lots of glue-ups and hoped this blade would do the trick and speed up the job by avoiding the jointer. I didn’t get the glassy smooth edges others have reported. Instead, I had saw marks the entire length of the cut on a finely tuned table saw. I must have lucked out a received a faulty blade. I had to punt and run to HD to grab a diablo rip blade and got fantastic results but still used the jointer. Disappointing experience.
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    strubstr
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Simply, one of the best blades
    Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2021
    Freud makes high-end saw blades, meaning they are accurate and manufactured with fine tungsten carbide. I''m a professional woodworker and depend upon fit and precision all the time. This is the only blade I use for ripping or cross cutting on my table saw. I have been... See more
    Freud makes high-end saw blades, meaning they are accurate and manufactured with fine tungsten carbide. I''m a professional woodworker and depend upon fit and precision all the time. This is the only blade I use for ripping or cross cutting on my table saw. I have been using the thin kerf more recently, as there is less waste material, but either the thin kerf or regular kerf are very precise. Understand though, you need more than just the blade, you need an accurate saw arbor, saw fence, and then, your ability to push the wood with a seamless nonstop effort. Once those perimeters are set, this thin kerf glueline blade and the regular kerf glue line blades from Freud are simply exceptional, in fact; I''d argue that they are better than the Forest blades.
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    WMC
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Outstanding Ripping Blade for Thin Stock
    Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2021
    I like Freud blades a lot. I own four of them, including the thin kerf combination and this one. If you are on blade budget, I recommend you buy the thin kerf combination blade rather than this one. The combo blade does a good job ripping as well as cross-cutting. However,... See more
    I like Freud blades a lot. I own four of them, including the thin kerf combination and this one. If you are on blade budget, I recommend you buy the thin kerf combination blade rather than this one. The combo blade does a good job ripping as well as cross-cutting. However, for an absolutely smooth, chatter-free cut, you can''t beat a ripping blade. I use this blade for thinner boards, less than 3/4 inch. For thicker boards, go with the full 1/8 inch thick blade. Thin kerf blades will deflect a bit under pressure. If you do a lot of thin work, as I do, this is a good blade to have in the arsenal. Based on my experience, with proper care, Freud blades last a long time. They are worth the money.
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    Chris
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    They are much quieter than my old blades and leave a beautiful, clean cut
    Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2016
    I was looking for some high-quality replacement blades for my radial arm saw. I''ve had this saw for about 25 years and have used a variety of different blades including the "hollow-ground" versions which were my "best" blades. They haven''t been cutting... See more
    I was looking for some high-quality replacement blades for my radial arm saw. I''ve had this saw for about 25 years and have used a variety of different blades including the "hollow-ground" versions which were my "best" blades. They haven''t been cutting well for some time and recently started burning so I knew it was time for replacement. I had no idea where to turn so I spent some reading reviews on Amazon. After stumbling on these Freud blades, I decided to give them a try based on the overwhelmingly positive reviews from other users and the fact they didn''t cost a fortune. I ordered three different thin-kerf designs including the combo, glue-line rip and negative rake miter. So far I''ve only used the rip and the combo blade but am completely impressed. They are much quieter than my old blades and leave a beautiful, clean cut. They also glide through the material easily without leaving any discoloration. I wish I found these years ago!! I wouldn''t hesitate to purchase them again.
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    Don Holmes
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    right balance of quality/budget
    Reviewed in Canada on January 28, 2019
    My favorite ripping blade for thinner stock. You can glue up cuts no issues, and if exposed, minimal sanding. Over 1 inch thick, you should get a thicker blade, it stays more true through about inch thick stock. it will still rip through, no issues , but it won''t be square...See more
    My favorite ripping blade for thinner stock. You can glue up cuts no issues, and if exposed, minimal sanding. Over 1 inch thick, you should get a thicker blade, it stays more true through about inch thick stock. it will still rip through, no issues , but it won''t be square without tripping through a jointer. The thicker,heavier ripping blade is better for that and freud sells those too. I use their ice series commercial 10 inch blade for thick ripping, works great, but not as smooth of cut.
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    john gauthier
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excellent blade
    Reviewed in Canada on November 30, 2017
    Great price for a great blade. I recently re-sawed a 5.75 inch wide peice of curly maple, burying this blade nearly 3 inches deep on each pass, with a fantastic finish, no burning, and limited resistance. That''s pretty much max abuse you can put on a blade like this and it...See more
    Great price for a great blade. I recently re-sawed a 5.75 inch wide peice of curly maple, burying this blade nearly 3 inches deep on each pass, with a fantastic finish, no burning, and limited resistance. That''s pretty much max abuse you can put on a blade like this and it performed well above expectations. Also, cutting 1 inch thick mahogany does actually produce glue ready joints comparable to a pass on the jointer. After two sharpenings, I will buy this again.
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    paul turenne
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Does what it`s supposed to !
    Reviewed in Canada on March 5, 2014
    I`ve always been a CMT and Freud blade user ,and was in the market for a new rip blade or similar. I have a dedicated rip blade (24 tooth Freud) that was going to have to be re-sharpened soon ,and then i read about the glue-line rip in one of my woodworking mags.....sounded...See more
    I`ve always been a CMT and Freud blade user ,and was in the market for a new rip blade or similar. I have a dedicated rip blade (24 tooth Freud) that was going to have to be re-sharpened soon ,and then i read about the glue-line rip in one of my woodworking mags.....sounded interesting. I already have a Delta jointer ,but thought I would give this blade a try ,so I ordered it.Even if the blade does not perform as expected ,it would still do as a rip only blade ,so what to lose ? I`m making a bed side table out of Cherry, and a table top and bottom shelf need to be made from 3 glued up boards ,so this would be a good test. After a few tests on some scrap wood ,to make sure of my feed rates and making sure my tablesaw is all tunes up ,I ripped up spme boards for my glue ups ,and sure enough ,the blade does perform as advertised !! The edges were smooth ,burn free ,no machine marks and the joints nice and tight.......WOW....not bad !! I am impressed. Of course ,feed rates of the stock into the blade must be right (not too fast or too slow) and your machine must be set up properly and everything square. Of course this blade will not replace the jointer ,as it will have it`s limitations ,but even as a ripping blade in hardwood up to an 1" thick ,it is top notch ,as a good Freud blade always is. I love freud blades !! Paul T
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    Bill Johnson
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Not awesome
    Reviewed in Canada on September 13, 2021
    So after only about 80 rips through some 2" white pine it started vibrating and making a wack of noise, seems the laser cut anti vibration lines weren''t cut all the way through.... Contacted Freud who said it was all on Amazon. Of course, the period to contact the seller...See more
    So after only about 80 rips through some 2" white pine it started vibrating and making a wack of noise, seems the laser cut anti vibration lines weren''t cut all the way through.... Contacted Freud who said it was all on Amazon. Of course, the period to contact the seller ended a week or so ago, since I bought it ahead of needing it.... So ya, not very impressed. And yes, my fence is straight as an arrow.
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    Michael J Craig
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Versatile blade
    Reviewed in Canada on May 30, 2015
    I do almost all if my ripping and cross-cutting with this blade as it is effortless in its cuts and seldom leaves burn marks even on maple and oak. Works for plywood and MDF too. OK for laminates but score your cut first with a 1/8th cut (on each side if possible) and then...See more
    I do almost all if my ripping and cross-cutting with this blade as it is effortless in its cuts and seldom leaves burn marks even on maple and oak. Works for plywood and MDF too. OK for laminates but score your cut first with a 1/8th cut (on each side if possible) and then do the full cut with about 1/4" of blade above the work piece; reduces tear out considerably and leaves a finish similar to my 80-tooth laminate blade. The thin kerf helps. Good value for money.
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