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Description

Founded in Italy in the early 1960s, Freud Tools has established itself as a manufacturer of superior carbide cutting tools and a world leader in cutting tool technology. Freud is one of the few manufacturers of woodworking tools in the world that produces its own “Micrograin” carbide for each tool application to maximize the cutting life and performance. With several unique design features, sizes and coatings, Freud saw blades are among the longest lasting and best performing blades in the industry. In its brand new 20 000 m2 (215 000 ft2) factory, Freud produces 1 blade every 5 seconds which means 16 000 blades every day.

  • The LU86R from Freud is a multi-purpose blade for wood that can rip up to 1" thick and crosscut up to 3-1/2’’ thickness.
  • Combining a 13° hook with triple chip ground teeth and a thin kerf, this blade requires less power, allows for faster feed rate and produces accurate cuts with a good finish.
  • It can be used on table saw, miter saw or radial arm saw.
  • Laser cut and electronically balanced and tensioned blade body for superior flatness.
  • Equipped with expansion slots for reduced heat and anti-vibration design for less noise.
  • This blade has a non-stick « Silver ICE™ » chrome coating that resists corrosion and resin build-up and can withstand heat 2 times more than any other equivalent polished blade.
  • Teeth are made in TiCo™ (titanium/cobalt) high density carbide tip for extended blade life.

Freud saw blades – precisely the best!

Specifications
Diameter Teeth Arbor Kerf Plate
10" 40 ATB 5/8" .094" .071"

A word from the boss 

Something new to celebrate the end! (21-07-01)

If the trend continues, we should see the end of restrictions related to this pandemic soon. Let's say that both customers and employees will be happy to put the mask aside as soon as the vaccination campaign has reached the desired objectives by public health officials.

The woodworking sector continues to be very busy due to sustained demand and delays due to supply delays. The pressure on rising prices continues and everyone is wondering whether it will be temporary or permanent.

As the Boss pointed out in his previous posts, not everything has been bad in the last 16 months. Many changes in shopping habits as well as the popularity of online business incited us to work on redesigning and improving our transactional site.

We are currently in the process of fine-tuning the whole thing and should be able to make it accessible as early as September. Until then, have a nice summer and...

Let's go for the second dose if we want to move on!