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Forum topic by Viktor posted 794 days ago 1414 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Topic tags/keywords: saw blade

Besides Festool itself who else manufactures 210 mm blades with 30 mm arbor (for TS75)? I’ve seen few by Oshlun, but that’s about it. Just exploring the alternatives. I expected a large company such as Freud to make them, but couldn’t find any. Looks like a rare combination.


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#1 posted 794 days ago

Metabo
Bosch
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Freud do make them to. http://www.dm-tools.co.uk/product.php/section//sn/FRDLP30M018
If you want this for a Festool TS75, I’d stick with the original OEM, otherwise you’re going to eat into the rail guide strip.
My Metabo tablesaw and mitre saw are both 210mm/30mm. The Bosch ‘Speedline’ is a beauty for ripping.

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#2 posted 794 days ago

Possibly Tenryu.

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#3 posted 794 days ago

That size is so close to 8.25” you’re unlikely to find it much. You
can have Forrest bore a 8.25” blade to 30mm. The make 190mm
blades for Festool already.

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#4 posted 794 days ago

Thanks everyone.

“If you want this for a Festool TS75, I’d stick with the original OEM, otherwise you’re going to eat into the rail guide strip.”
- Yes, I was worried about that also.

I did refine my search and found these by Amana at Toolstoday.
http://www.toolstoday.com/p-6095-festool-and-other-track-saw-machine-compatible-saw-blades.aspx

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