|Forum topic by fstellab||posted 282 days ago||905 views||0 times favorited||11 replies|
282 days ago
I have very good results with my Freud LM74R010 and Freud Crosscut Blade ..
The ripping blade has been showing signs of being dull, and I don’t have a good connection to get it sharpened, So I talked myself into buying a new blade.
Well I had to do something different, something better, I purchased the Silver Industrial version of the Glue Line RIP blade.
The silver blade is very disappointing, the 6 month old red dull version still gives me a better cut. The Kerf is wider, and my R4512 seems to struggle a little pushing through the wood.
I have been working on a project using Macacabua .. very hard wood, but it cut real nice with the Red Blade for several months.
I did a tuneup, all is ok ..
Is this a defective blade, or the wrong blade for the job ?
Any thoughts ?
-- Fred Stellabotte (firstname.lastname@example.org)