10 in. x 80 Tooth - Laminate Saw Blade - TCG

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The WTS 10 in. x 80 Tooth Laminate Blade – TCG

  • Diameter          10″
  • Teeth                 80, TCG
  • Arbor                 5/8″
  • Kerf                   .115
  • Angle                -5°
  • Max RPM           8,000

 

Made In Italy.

WTS Laminate cutting saw blades are designed with a conical edge TCG Tooth to leave a swirl-free cut in solid surface materials and thick plastics.

Negative Hook angles ensure a fast feed allowing a smoother cut.
Cuts most Laminates and Melamine.
Use on Radial Arm Saw and Stationary Table Saw

$86.90

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The WTS 10 in. x 80 Tooth Laminate Blade – TCG

  • Diameter          10″
  • Teeth                 80, TCG
  • Arbor                 5/8″
  • Kerf                   .115
  • Angle                -5°
  • Max RPM           8,000

 

Made In Italy.

WTS Laminate cutting saw blades are designed with a conical edge TCG Tooth to leave a swirl-free cut in solid surface materials and thick plastics.

Negative Hook angles ensure a fast feed allowing a smoother cut.
Cuts most Laminates and Melamine.
Use on Radial Arm Saw and Stationary Table Saw

 

Backordered items allow 3 weeks.

 

Read and see our blades in action:

https://www.woodshopnews.com/video/a-cut-above-from-wts

 

Have custom blade needs?

Click here to order WTS custom blades:

https://woodtoolingshop.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Custom-Saw-Blades.pdf

There are endless brands available, with only one common feature. That is a round steel plate or circular blade full of sharp teeth that tear through the wood. Every blade has unique features regarding the number of teeth and geometry of the sharpening. Each manufacturer has its own configuration and design ideas.

Some view circular saws as more ideal for rough carpentry than for fine woodworking. That is not true at all. In the right hands, circular saws cut straight, clean lines. But a lot depends on the blade you use.

The difference between blades is their teeth design. Ripping blades have fewer evenly spaced teeth, while crosscut blades have more teeth and specific geometry ground onto each tooth. Combination blades have 50 teeth and 10 deep gullets to handle ripping as well as cross-cutting requirements. They generally have a heavier blade body for maximum stability. If budget is an issue, it is best to invest in a premium combination blade to get started.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs

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