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Freud D0740A Diablo 7-1/4 40 Tooth ATB Finishing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor, Diamond Knockout, and PermaShield Coating

Item Package Weight:0.181 Kilograms, Country Of Origin: China, Saw Blade, Item Package Dimension:0.762 Cm L X18.288 Cm W X21.59 Cm H

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.29.2010
BVR Rating 309 reviews

Pros

  • Laser-cut stabilizer vent helps trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reduce blade warp
  • Heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up keeping the cut true and straight
  • Made of high-quality titanium carbide material that offers an extended durability

Cons

  • Few teeth may break during usage

Highlights

Analysis of 300+ reviews for Freud D0740A Diablo 7-1/4 40 Tooth ATB Finishing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor, Diamond Knockout, and PermaShield Coating

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BestViewsReviews analyzed 12,872 reviews for 31 products in the Circular Saw Blades category.

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We analyzed a total of 309 reviews for this product out of which, 220 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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The analysis indicates that around 92% reviews were positive while around 6% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Freud D0740A Diablo 7-1/4 40 Tooth ATB Finishing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor, Diamond Knockout, and PermaShield Coating

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This product received a total score of 9.24 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

  • Size
  • Build quality
  • Value for money
  • Efficiency
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Customer support
  • Longevity
  • Easy to use
  • Users of this product said


    We have probably gone through 200 diablo blades in the past 3 years and have had at least 2 false blades. I usually can get more sharpening time with the tips and even if I lose 3 to 4 tips on this thing, I don't see any loss of speed or quality.


    The 40 tooth blade is the best blade I have ever used, it seems to be the best bang for the buck.


    The Freud blade is so easy to use and clean, it cuts down on the noise my table saw makes.


    I just bought a new sliding miter saw from Makita and I love it, but the blade that came on it felt like it chattered when cutting large pieces of wood, and I didn't like it at all.


    Freud blades are great because they are smooth and clean, and they don't tear out, that's one of the reasons I love them.

    Question & Answers

    Q:

    What is the kerf width in fractional numbers?

    A:

    It's like zero to very little tooth staggered, so the actual kerf will be very close to tooth width. I would estimate 0.063" nominal to 0.075" total kerf at the most.

    Q:

    Is it possible to cut hollow core doors made with mdf, HDf, and chipboard?

    A:

    I used this blade to cut the bottoms off some pre-finished white hollow core doors and had no chipping.

    Q:

    Does anyone know how to identify the blades for the left and right side arbors?

    A:

    The blades should look good.

    Q:

    Will this be able to make final size cuts in 1/3 plywood for a cross cut sled?

    A:

    I use it for 2x4's and 1/3" plywood and it cuts a clean cut with and across the grain.

    Q:

    I don't know how many teeth I want on the blade for building decks.

    A:

    A finishing blade like this will give you a smooth cut with less tear-out on plywood and splintering at the end of the cut, so I'm using it to make some shelves for my garage and a spare bedroom.

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