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Makita A-94801 12 in. 80 Tooth Premium Fine Crosscutting Miter Saw Blade

  • Makita A-94801 12 in. 80 Tooth Premium Fine Crosscutting Miter Saw Blade
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Details

Alternate Top and Alternate Face (ATAF) tooth design for ultra precision cutting.
Features:
  • Japanese ultra thin kerf carbide-tipped design provide smoother cuts with less drag on the motor and minimal material loss
  • Full hardened and expertly hand-tensioned steel saw plates for true cuts
  • Micro-grain carbide teeth are honed with up to 600-Grit for a mirror finish
  • Ultra-coated blades provide reduced pitch build-up
  • Ultra-coated blades feature resin bond filled laser cut slots for quiet and smooth cutting
Includes:
  • 12 in. 80T Premium Fine Crosscutting Miter Saw Blade - A-94801

Specifications

Arbor Size: 1 in.
Blade Type: Fine crosscutting
Diameter: 12 in.
Grind Type: ATAF
Hook Angle: 5 Degrees
Kerf: 0.091 in.
Max. RPM: 5,000
Plate Thickness: 0.071 in.
Shipping Weight: 2.05 lbs.
Teeth: 80

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  • 12 in. 80 Tooth Premium Fine Crosscutting Miter Saw Blade

    Q:

    Can I use this saw to cut iron pipes or
    Metal pipes
    Asked on 6/6/2014 by Carlos from Chicago

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      This blade is designed to be used to cut hardwood,softwood and plywood.

      Answered on 6/9/2014 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
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