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Diablo

Model D1050X

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Store SKU #296040

10 in. x 50-Teeth Combination Saw Blade

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Constructed with special-blend TiCo High-Density titanium carbide, the Diablo 10 in. x 50-Teeth Combination Saw Blade is outfitted with a blend of two different tooth grinds to deliver smooth cuts and straight rips. The advanced laser-thin kerf on this durable saw blade creates a narrow cut for less material removal and fast, effortless operation. A Perma-SHIELD nonstick coating reduces drag while stabilizer vents absorb noise and vibration to keep the blade straight.

  • TiCo high-density titanium carbide construction provides a long-lasting blade life
  • Features 2 different tooth grinds, alternate tip bevel + racker, for straight rips, smooth cuts and precision performance
  • Laser-cut stabilizer vents absorb noise and vibration, keeping the blade straight and true for superior quality cuts
  • Ideal for high quality crosscuts and rip cuts in wood, plywood and melamine
  • Not intended for use above 7000 RPM
  • Recommended for chop/miter saws and table saws

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My question is specific to the 10 inch 50 tooth Combo Blade

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Las Cruces, NM
December 9, 2013
Does THIS blade rip and cross-cut hardwoods with little to no burn and/or tear-out? Also, how does it do on plywood and melamine?

I currently have the Diablo 80 tooth blade in my Ridgid R4512 table saw and I'm getting quite a bit of burn when ripping hardwoods.
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June 16, 2015
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Most hard wood will have some burn but I haven't had too much tear out on it in my experience the blade does work well on ply wood and melamine. I do use a ply wood blade for plywood doesn't splinter as bad. If you are doing a lot of rip cuts use a rip blade and this blade works great in a miter saw too?
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January 8, 2015
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so far had no problem didn't rip a lot of hardwood but what i did was good. great for plywood and melamine just take your time.
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January 24, 2014
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First of all, an 80 tooth blade is not meant for ripping...it's designed for miter saw cuts and accuracy.
I use the 50 tooth combo all the time for convenience , it does ok in both applications. However if you are doing a lot of 8 quarter ripping get a 40 tooth ripping blade by Diablo, for finish edge ripping get a Forrest brand 50-60- tooth blade w/ blade stiffener ( use this blade on melamine for less
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First of all, an 80 tooth blade is not meant for ripping...it's designed for miter saw cuts and accuracy.
I use the 50 tooth combo all the time for convenience , it does ok in both applications. However if you are doing a lot of 8 quarter ripping get a 40 tooth ripping blade by Diablo, for finish edge ripping get a Forrest brand 50-60- tooth blade w/ blade stiffener ( use this blade on melamine for less blowout). Stick with the the 50 tooth combo for cross-cutting and some melamine work.
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December 19, 2013
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A rip cut in thinner hardwoods will be fine. More than an inch I would expect some burning unless you really force it through and have a powerful enough saw to keep up too. Cross cuts are more of that this blade is intended for. I have this blade in a miter saw and it works nicely there.
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December 11, 2013
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This blade will perform rips and crosscuts in hardwoods and softwoods. It provides little to no tear out when crosscutting in veneered plywoods. For an ultimate flawless finish in crosscuts, a higher tooth count would be ideal like the Diablo 10” 90T saw blade (D1090X).
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is the combination blade a full or thin kerf?

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It is a thin kerf blade
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the combination blade is a Laser cut thin kerf design with a perm-shield non-stick coating
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Thin Kerf. All Freud diablo blades are thin kerf
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Good alternative for Dado?

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I know combos usually have a Flat Top/Alternative Top Bevel edge. However does the flat top provide the final edge or will it have edge markings from the Alternative Top Bevel? Also, which is a better 'all use' saw blade (rips, crosscuts, miters). This or the 60 tooth fine finish blade?
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This Blade is advertised as a ATB + Raker
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as for what the best blade it that all depends on what you are doing and what you goals are. Overall this is a good all around blade for cross cutting and ripping. A dedicated blade for ripping or cross cutting will do a better job, but this may meet your needs. I have this in my table saw as I do both and ripping or cross cutting and don't want to deal with changing a blade.
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as for what the best blade it that all depends on what you are doing and what you goals are. Overall this is a good all around blade for cross cutting and ripping. A dedicated blade for ripping or cross cutting will do a better job, but this may meet your needs. I have this in my table saw as I do both and ripping or cross cutting and don't want to deal with changing a blade.
This blade has an ATB tooth profile so there is no racker, if you want flat bottom cuts in a 50 tooth combination blade look at the Freud LU84R011 or LU83R010 Read Less
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 29 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's awesome and worth the extra money Awesome product definitely a great quality and smooth clean cut. Used only on wood. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for a table saw I use these on my tablesaw. Rip a lot of hardwood fillers and casing and they hold an edge for a long time. Nice true blanks give a clean, straight line when accuracy is required July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Smooth Clean cut Needed to replace my table saw blade which I've been putting off for too long. Decided on the combination blade which is perfect for handling the majority of work I do. The cuts were clean and smooth and handled sheet goods, structural lumber and hardwoods with ease. What a difference. Definitely recommend. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wonderful Blade Excellent blade for all cuts, cross cut, rip cut, dados. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome It makes all the difference using a good blade when cutting April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Will never use another blade on my Rigid Table Saw I got this blade to replace the budget blade on my Rigid 4512 table saw. I just built a cabinet out of solid maple. All cuts were perfectly clean, almost like it came from a jointer. There was no burn from the blade or any saw marks. I did rip cuts and cross cuts. The biggest surprise was how little pressure was needed to slice through the 1" plywood and 1" maple... there was no fighting with the wood and the blade, the second a tooth contacted the wood it just sliced through and needed very little pressure to keep a consistent feed rate. I absolutely recommend, you will be blown away if you haven't experienced a better saw blade than the one your saw came from. February 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Diablo saw blade Excellent blade on my table saw, rips hardwood and plywood well March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best saw blade for the price Cut a stack of hardwood mostly cherry for cabinet frames and doors. Cuts were smooth and still looks new March 26, 2015
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