Model # A07140A

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Avanti 7-1/4 in. x 140-Teeth OSB/Plywood Saw Blade
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Avanti

7-1/4 in. x 140-Teeth OSB/Plywood Saw Blade

$5.97 /each

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Cutting plywood cleanly requires more teeth on the blade and Avanti delivers with this 140-teeth circular saw cutter. Suitable for heavy-duty use on a construction site or occasional DIY use around the house, the 7-1/4 in. circular saw blade delivers stellar performance at an affordable price. It’s constructed with high-quality steel for dependable, straight cuts on plastics, oriented-strand board (OSB) and plywood.

  • Recommended for occasional DIY projects and everyday construction use
  • High tooth count (140) produces clean cuts in oriented-strand board (OSB), plastics and plywood
  • Not intended for use above 7500 RPM
  • Economical yet high performance

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Can I use this on medium density fiberboard

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October 6, 2016
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Howdy Tom Tom,
This blade will work for MDF for limited use. If you are cutting many cuts a carbide tipped blade will work much longer.
Happy building,
Coach Dave
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What's the arbor size

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Great Falls, MT
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Hello Rick, glad to help. The Arbor size is 10mm. Hope this Helped.
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September 27, 2016
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The blade is marked as fitting a 10 mm arbor. Converted to inches that would be 0.394" or 3/8". I have one installed on my Ryobi battery powered circular saw and it fits great.
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Will it cut through hardie board?

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Can I use it to cut a metal stud

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This is a fine-tooth saw designed to make fine cuts in wood or plastics. I used it for thin plywood to cover the rear of a shelving unit I built out of 1" X 8" pine. It is not a metal blade and I wouldn't attempt to cut metal with it as it will surely dull quite fast. A better choice might be the Avanti 7 in. x 128-Teeth Ferrous Metal Cutting Saw Blade, Model # A07128R, $9.97 on the Home Depot website. Read More
This is a fine-tooth saw designed to make fine cuts in wood or plastics. I used it for thin plywood to cover the rear of a shelving unit I built out of 1" X 8" pine. It is not a metal blade and I wouldn't attempt to cut metal with it as it will surely dull quite fast. A better choice might be the Avanti 7 in. x 128-Teeth Ferrous Metal Cutting Saw Blade, Model # A07128R, $9.97 on the Home Depot website. Many metal cutting blades are offered, pick one depending on the metal the stud is made from. Good luck! Read Less
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It is wood and wood products only. Use a metal cutting blade in a reciprocating saw, abrasive blade in a circular saw, a hacksaw, or tin snips to cut metal studs.
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7-1/4 in. x 140-Teeth OSB/Plywood Saw Blade is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 140.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warped immediately I had bought this blade to cut .75" thick sheets of OSB. Blade cut through the first few inches of length, but then wouldn't stay straight. After the first couple of cuts it started bogging down my saw and burning the edges of my stock. I inspect metal for a living and am sure this is made of an inferior material to be dulling and warping so quickly on cutting what it is advertised to do.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great blade Needed to replace this blade, same one found at Home Depot, where I got the first one. It's a fine tooth, and I am using it to cut acrylic sheets. Was surprised I could find one I bought last time, items change or are discontinued so much. Got a lot of use out of first blade.
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much Better Than Lowes We usually buy all of our HOme Repair and Improvement items from Lowes but the blades that they had for the saw were horrible and actually stripped the screw that held the blade in place on the saw while trying to cut and trim the new counter tops. So went to Home Depot and bought a new Skilsaw and these blades worked sooo much better. Will definately buy them again for a future project.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall the blade worked well. I used it for ripping multi-length, 1/8" thick pieces of salvaged... Overall the blade worked well. I used it for ripping multi-length, 1/8" thick pieces of salvaged barn wood with my cordless circular saw. It cut all of the boards without splintering, burning or binding. I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars because I didn't use it enough to see how long it would hold up. For what I needed, it was a solid performer.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exact Blade for My Older 5-1/2" Saw. This Blade was easy to install on My older 5-1/2" Saw, Sold by Sears and Manufactured by the Singer Corp., it came with a reducing bushing to fit the !/2" Arbor on My Saw. The Blade cuts clean and smooth, I used it in a Renovation Project in Our Home this Spring. The Price was very reasonable and the Ship to Store feature was a big help.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Picked this up as a gift along with an 18V battery powered saw/drill combo kit since I wasn't sur... Picked this up as a gift along with an 18V battery powered saw/drill combo kit since I wasn't sure what type of blade came with it. Quick and clean cuts on up to 1/2" plywood (that's as thick as it's cut on so far). Good quality blade that works well with the 5 1/2" battery powered saw.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Saw Blade Using the right blade for the right job is important and yields a better finished product. If I have questions the Home Depot staff is always there and usually very knowledgeable. Their mass-buying results in great prices and as in the case of this blade, great value. Thanks Home Depot!
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for finish work! This blade is absolutely no good for cabinetry and other finish work. First cut on some 3/4" oak plywood splintered it badly. If you are just rough cutting plywood for construction then I guess it is ok. Bottom line - you get what you pay for.
Date published: 2016-09-11
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