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Model #A-93675

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10 in. x 5/8 in. 60-Teeth Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade

  • Alternate Top and Alternate Face tooth for ultra-precision cut
  • Full hardened and expertly hand-tensioned steel saw plates
  • Japanese ultra-thin kerf carbide-tipped design for smoother cuts
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Product Overview

Makita miter saw blades are engineered for precision and performance, cut after cut. The Alternate Top and Alternate Face (ATAF) tooth pattern and the Japanese ultra-thin kerf delivers precision cutting with less material loss and minimal drag on the motor. All Makita miter saw blades are manufactured from fully hardened and expertly hand-tensioned steel. Makita blades are the ideal accessory for your miter saw.
  • ATAF (Alternate Top and Alternate Face) tooth design for ultra precision cutting
  • Japanese ultra-thin kerf carbide-tipped design provides smoother cuts with less drag on the motor and minimal material loss
  • Fully hardened and expertly hand-tensioned steel saw plates for true cuts
  • Micro-grain carbide teeth are honed with up to 600 grit for a mirror finish
  • Ultra-coated blades feature resin bond filled laser cut slots for quiet and smooth cutting
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Height (in.)
0.25
Product Width (in.)
11.75
Saw Blade Diameter (in)
10

Details

Arbor Size
.625
Color Family
Silver
Material Cut
Wood
Number in Package
1
Number of Teeth
60
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Steel
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can this blade cut aluminium rails?

Asked by Puja October 15, 2019
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Thank you for your question. No, the A-93681 10" 80T Micro-Polished Miter Saw Blade is not intended for metal cutting. Please the Metal cutting blade options at https://www.makitatools.com/products/search/metal-cutting-blade.

Can this be used to cut 1/8th inch flat stock steel?

Asked by John February 11, 2019
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Yes and no. What "can" be done and what SHOULD be done are different. I have cut many pieces of pvc, vinyl, and THIN (less than 1/16" metal) with blades like this easily. So Yes it probably can cut 1/8" flat steel if you flip the blade to turn backwards and go very very slowly. It will be extremely loud, very slow, probably dangerous, and will ruin the blade in a day. The blade isn't made for that type of cutting and you should just buy a metal cutting blade for your application which will work MUCH faster and be MUCH cheaper than this anyway. Final answer: NO. Dont use this blade for 1/8" steel.

What is the "hook" angle of teeth on this blade?

Asked by Mick September 23, 2018
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Makita doesn't publish the hook angle for this blade, Part No. A-93681. They do make another line of miter saw blades (Makita Max Efficiency), and that line's 10", 80 teeth blade (Part No. B-66977) has a 10 degree hook angle.

would this be the best blade for cutting composite trim and baseboard for a bathroom?

Asked by ad17 January 26, 2018
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I don't have personal experience cutting those materials with this blade, but I would expect that it is well suited to cut those materials, and would purchase it for those purposes. This is a well-engineered blade. More teeth = finer cuts.

Are the teeth on this blade carbide?

Asked by Frank October 29, 2017
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Yes. Carbide-coated.

Does this blade cut laminate well? 10mm laminate w 2mm attached underlayment.

Asked by Chris October 3, 2017
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I don't have personal experience using this blade to cut laminate flooring, but I would purchase this blade for that purpose. Good rule-of-thumb is: More teeth yield finer cuts. This blade cuts poplar moulding trim precisely and easily. It should work well with laminate. Also, using a carbide-tipped blade is essential for cutting laminate and harder materials. This blade is carbide-coated. It will cut well when new and will dull over time. These blades can be sharpened numerous times. I would suggest allowing the saw to reach maximum speed before cutting relatively slowly and steadily.

Is this a good blade for cutting composite decking?

Asked by Scott April 8, 2017
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Thank you for your question, but we will require more specific information in order to provide an answer. Call the Makita Call Center during business hours at (800)4-MAKITA, they’re based in Buford, GA and are ready to help.

Is this a good blade for cutting composite decking?

Asked by Scott April 8, 2017
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Composite decking, or engineered wood, is in the class of a harder material to cut with miter saws. That means you need to use a blade that has carbide teeth (this one does), and a greater number of teeth, rather than fewer. This blade will cut composite decking quite cleanly when relatively new (provided that a 10" saw is the appropriate size of saw to cut the particular width of decking planks you need to cut). Bear in mind that any blade will dull over time. Wear factors are frequency of use and the hardness of the materials being cut. They can be resharpened several times.

One of the users mentioned the noise made by this unit. was that an anomaly?

Asked by bergy February 25, 2017
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Based on the fact that he states the blade arrived warped, I am not surprised that it was making more noise. A warped blade will rub the sides (of the warped area) causing friction noise. He should have had the blade replaced before making the review...

Will this blade cut miters on trim cleanly with minimal sanding?

Asked by Scary99 October 27, 2016
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Yes, especially when new.

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This is a very good saw blade for making mitered cuts in baseboards, moldings, and casings. The c...
This is a very good saw blade for making mitered cuts in baseboards, moldings, and casings. The cut is so fine, sanding of the cut edge isn't really necessary.
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I use Makita blades on my table saw and my compound saw very sharp blades that last long time between blade changes
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Blade has extremely clean cuts. Very good value for the money.
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I bought it for picture framing. It makes great cuts on both hardwood and aluminum material. Cu...
I bought it for picture framing. It makes great cuts on both hardwood and aluminum material. Cuts are very fine and do not show any chipping.
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I use this blade on my 10 inch Craftsman table saw and it worked very well
I use this blade on my 10 inch Craftsman table saw and it worked very well
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