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Craftsman Saw Blades

Craftsman Saw Blades

Craftsman Saw Blades

Thanks to German innovation and quality, these saw blades will stand up to heavy use and deliver outstanding results. Whether you’re working on a home project or working at a job site, you can work with confidence knowing that these saw blades are specially designed for speed and accuracy.

What They Have in Common

German-Made Quality - Heavy-duty steel plate helps deliver a perfect cut.

Advanced Grinding Process - Delivers straight cuts.

Euro-Style Micrograin Carbide Teeth - Power through a variety of materials.

Laser-Cut Expansion Slots - Help suppress noise.

Electrostatically Applied Coating - Is embedded into the steel to help reduce resin build-up and heat for the life of your blade.

Product Details

10" x 50T Master Combination Rip/Cross Cut Full Kerf - #17029

Extra-Sharp Oversized Carbide Blade - Offers lasting durability and provides hundreds of clean cuts.

Precision-Turned Plate - Reduced vibrations for increased accuracy and clean cuts.

Precision Balanced - Provides smooth cuts and clear details.

Tight Flatness and Bore Tolerances - Give you a clean cut every time.

Versatile Design - Fits table-mounted or handheld saws.

10" x 60T Finishing Blade Full Kerf - #17545

60 Cutting Teeth - Ensure accurate cuts with meticulous finishes.

Carbide Edge - Provides fine, finished cuts, lasting sharpness and resists corrosion.

Multiple Applications - Cuts wood, plywood, chipboard and composites with ease.

High Temperature Tolerance - Handles heat-sensitive laminates effortlessly.

Versatile Design - Fits table-mounted or handheld saws and fits a 5/8" arbor.

10" x 80T Finishing Blade Thin Kerf - #17032

Thin Kerf - Delivers precision cuts on wood, plywood, chipboard and composites.

Precision Balanced - Provides smooth cuts and clear details.

Tight Flatness and Bore Tolerances - Help provide a clean cut every time.  


How About That!

Blade diameter, arbor hole size, number of teeth and kerf - the thickness of the cut the blade creates - are typically printed on the face of a circular saw blade. You may also see a list of apropriate tool types as well as maximum RPM and application specifications.