Irwin Tools 1807384 Marples Laser Cut 12-Inch 80-Tooth Hi-Alternate Tooth Bevel Circular Saw Blade
- Designed for Ultra smooth cross cutting on a Table Saw or Miter Saw
- Hi Alternate Tooth Bevel forms an increased knife like edge on both sides for a clean cut
- Extra Sharp oversized carbide teeth are re-sharp enable for long life
- Precision tensioned for flawless cuts
- Heat Resistant Non-stick coating reduces gumming for easy cleanup and truer, cleaner cuts
The Irwin Tools 1807384 Marples Laser Cut 12-Inch 80-Tooth High Alternate Tooth Bevel Circular Saw Blade is part of a full line of fine woodworking saw blades that are manufactured in Italy to the highest standards of precision required for fine woodworking and finish carpentry. These industry-leading laser-cut, thin kerf saw blades are produced in a highly-automated, state-of-the-art facility in Udine, Italy - the heart of high-quality circular saw blade manufacturing. Engineered with oversized, high-quality carbide, the new Marples Woodworking Series saw blades provide the extended life and flawless finish professional woodworkers and finish carpenters demand. The blades are precision tensioned for flawless cuts. They also feature a heat resistant, non-stick coating that has an Aluminum Matrix added to it to dissipate heat for easy clean up and truer, cleaner cuts. The 12-Inch 80-Tooth blade features a high alternate top bevel where the teeth alternate between a right and left bevel to form a knife like edge on either side for extra fine cutting. This blade is ideal for ultra-smooth cross-cutting on a miter saw. The 12-Inch 80-Tooth blade is ideal for hard woods, soft woods, plywood, melamine, veneered plywood and delicate molding and does a great job cutting composite materials and pressure treated lumber.
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Many people claim to experience splinters of wood tearing out on the edges when they use the blade. To those users- How fast are you lowering the blade onto the work piece? Almost everyone I've ever seen complain about splintering forces the blade through the material way too fast and that will always cause splintering. TAKE YOUR TIME!
Unless you work on a collapse rescue rig for a local FD, there's no way your under that much pressure to cut so fast you're destroying workpieces and wasting materials.
No doubt having these blades made in Italy improves their quality over some of the PRCC junk they sell that's unreliable and dangerous.
Freud makes their outstanding blades in Italy as well and HD sells them under the Diablo name. Food for thought.