Model # 10040TP

Internet #100081662

Oldham 10 in. 40 Tooth Industrial Carbide Combination Saw Blade

Discontinued Oldham

10 in. 40 Tooth Industrial Carbide Combination Saw Blade

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Product Overview

The Oldham 10 in. 40 Tooth Industrial Carbide Combination Saw Blade is ideal for construction and home project use. The blade features precision-sharpened, industrial-grade carbide for accurate, clean cuts and long life.

  • Designed to fit 5/8 in. arbors
  • 40 teeth create smooth rips and cross-cuts
  • Industrial-grade carbide tips are precision sharpened for durability and accurate, clean cuts
  • Plate is full bodied and heavy for long life
  • Note: Product may vary by store.



Product Depth (in.)
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Saw Blade Diameter (in)


Arbor Size
0.625 In.
Color Family
Material Cut
Number in Package
Number of Teeth
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Saw Blade Material
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

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10 in. 40 Tooth Industrial Carbide Combination Saw Blade is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good general purpose blade for the money. I use my miter saw quite a bit. I invent reasons to use the saw, as such, I've had experience with a few blades. Oldham blades are a good, value oriented blade. There is nothing flashy about them, no trendy feature, just a solid carbide tipped saw blade. Oldham uses a nice, thick plate steel, which gives the saw more body, which puts just that more support behind each tooth to cut accurately. The only real fault behind these blades is that they are in fact stamped. A stamped blade by and large is not a fully balanced blade. A typical 10" saw runs in the neighborhood of 4,500 to 5,000 RPM, this is near redlining in a lot of cars. Small imperfections in a blade lead to a little wobble at these speeds. Laser cut blades don't have this problem as they are not sheared under high pressure from sheet stock. A blade stabilizer stiffens the blade by eliminating some of the diameter that is able to wobble, cheaply, and aids in the longterm life of a saw.
Date published: 2007-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sharp Blade I can across some old hard wood boards that I am cutting up and reusing them. This blade makes fast work of the job.
Date published: 2013-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good blades Good blades for a decent price for ripping and cutting lumber.
Date published: 2012-04-03
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