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Diablo General Purpose Wood Cutting Saw Blade



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Freud D1632X - Diablo General Purpose Wood Cutting Saw Blade

The bright red color of a Diablo blade from Freud shows the world you mean business. These are some of the most technologically advanced circular saw blades in the world, and they can chew through the toughest materials your job site can throw at them. Freud produces its own patented carbide compound called "TiCo" which is a blend of cobalt and titanium and results in some of the most durable and long lasting blades in the world. The Freud D1632X 16-5/16'' General Purpose Beam Cutting Saw Blade is designed to attack larger beams and timber, and it can even cut through heavy laminate and glued lumber with ease. Freud has optimized the TiCo compound in the D1632X for the heaviest and toughest cutting jobs, and with the thin kerf design and perma-shield protective coating, you know you're getting a blade that will perform and last for years to come

  • Perfect for cutting large beams and framing, can easily power through the toughest glued and laminated lumber
  • Unique laser cut body design means accurate and clean cuts every time
  • MicroGrain carbide construction features a titanium/cobalt compound (TiCo) to maximize cutting life
  • Blade vents reduce vibration and wobble for straighter and more consistent cuts
  • Perma-shield coating protects blade from gumming, corrosion and excessive heat build-up
  • Super thin kerf means less stress on the machine and longer machine life
Type General Purpose
Brand Name Freud, Diablo
Diameter 16-5/16"
Thickness 0.079"
Arbor Size 1"
Width of Cut 0.114"
Teeth Per Inch 32
Teeth Type ATB
Hook Angle 22 Deg
Material Micro-Grain Carbide Tip
Finish Perma Shield
Application For Cutting Oak, Pine, Plywood, Pressure Treated Lumber and Beams
Weight 3 lb

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