Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch 50-tooth ATB Combination Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating


10″ x 50 tooth
Diablo framing blade
Red perma shield coating
Stabilizer vents
Carbide tipped
Thin kerf design
Carded.For a multi-purpose blade that makes clean rips and crosscuts in both wood and wood composites, look no further than the Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch Combination Saw Blade. This is your go-to tool when one blade is needed for ripping and crosscutting. This blade’s large gullet provides ample space for effective ripping, while its closely-grouped teeth achieve smooth crosscuts. For strong, long-lasting resistance, the blade features a tough steel plate and high-density carbide tips.

Model #D1050XDiameter10″Machine UseMiter Saw, Table SawApplicationCombinationTeeth50 ATB
(Alternate-Top Bevel)Arbor5/8″Kerf.098″Hook Angle15°
Makes Clean, Razor-Sharp Cuts in Wood and Wood Composites
Achieving premium results when ripping and crosscutting a mix of wood and wood composites is all about clean, accurate cuts. The Freud D1050X makes this process easy, fast, and precise. And its multi-purpose versatility minimizes blade changes between tasks, which ultimately saves you time.

The Freud D1050X’s five blades are separated by large gaps and notched with closely-grouped teeth. This combination design offers you the high tooth count required for clean crosscutting, along with the large chip-removal space required for hassle-free ripping.

Contractors, construction workers, and avid do-it-yourselfers will want to keep this blade on hand for those projects that need just one blade to handle both ripping and crosscutting. This blade can be used to cut through wood and wood composites, such as particleboard and medium-density fiberboard (MDF).

Produces Smooth, Quiet Cuts with Laser-Cut Kerf
The Freud D1050X’s clean-cutting design means that you can enjoy the comfort of smooth performance. The thin 0.98-inch kerf between the blade’s 50 ATB (alternate-top bevel) teeth is laser cut to provide ease of feed, so you have more control over the blade’s position. This helps maximize both the accuracy of the cut and the efficiency of your work, so you enjoy a job well done and the ability to complete more tasks in less time.

An added bonus, the blade’s laser-cut stabilizer vents reduce noise and vibration during operation, keeping your work environment more relaxed and your hands more in control. This feature also reduces friction and warping, helping to extend the blade’s cutting life.

Features Shock-Resistant Carbide for Long-Lasting Precision
So you can count on it over the long term, the Freud D1050X is designed for durability. The blade’s hardy teeth are protected by Freud’s exclusive shock-resistant TiCo Hi-Density Carbide formula, which helps fight wear and tear and maintains blade sharpness up to four times longer than standard carbide. And protecting the blade is Perma-Shield Non-Stick Coating that provides resistance to heat and corrosion.

Fits Miter and Table Saws
The Freud D1050X is a great addition to your workshop because it’s designed with the versatility to fit a variety of miter and table saws.

This product is covered by Freud’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

What’s in the Box
Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch Combination Saw Blade.

Product Features

  • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reducing blade warp
  • Laser cut heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up keeping the cut true and straight
  • Durable micrograin titanium carbide for extreme durability, razor-sharp cuts, and long life
  • Tri-metal shock resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
  • Laser cut arbor for accurate blade rotation reducing vibration and premature wear

2 thoughts on “Freud D1050X Diablo 10-Inch 50-tooth ATB Combination Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor and PermaShield Coating

  1. Smoothest Cut I Ever Saw From A Blade I bought this blade after trying a more expensive Ridgid blade of similar construction which produced an unacceptably rough cut. Then, I tried a Porter Cable blade. I liked the cut on that blade, but it wasn’t as smooth as the Freud blade in my worm drive saw. That Freud blade produces glass smooth cuts. The PC blade left subtle saw marks in the cut material. I bought the Freud Diablo, and installed it into my table saw. It produces square, smooth cuts that require no sanding. The cuts can be…

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