Tenryu SL-25550C, 10" x 50T Silencer-Series Combination Table Saw Blade

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Tenryu SL-25550C, 10" x 50T  Silencer-Series Combination Table Saw Blade

$79.99 ea.

Tenryu SL-25550C, 10" x 50T Silencer-Series Combination Table Saw Blade

The Tenryu SL-25550C is a 10-Inch Table Saw Combo Full Kerf Excellent for 3hp home shop table saws.

Features: Individually hand-hammered, fully heat hardened steel plates for flat, true, wobble-free operation. Aggressive grind angles for easy performance in heavy-duty jobs. Honing carried out at 400 grit to limit micro-chipping and produce a very keen edge. Large, high-grade carbide tips selected for long life in woodworking applications. Ample side clearance provides for air flow between carbide and workpiece - limits likelihood of burning even on heavy rips and prevents premature dulling.


An Incredible All-Around Blade!

If you want a great-value general purpose table saw blade, look no further. This blade is just right for taking a step or two up from the basic blade that came with your saw. You'll be impressed with its super-quiet operation and low resistance thanks to the black PTFE coating. And you'll get very smooth cross cuts and rips in most hardwoods, softwoods and plywoods. Excellent full-kerf combination blade is especially suited for 3hp table saws,

Tooth Grind: ATBR Alternate Top Bevel w/ Raker, full kerf.



Size 10"x50 teeth, 5/8" arbor
Capacity 50 teeth
Brand TENYRU
Part # SL-25550C
  Rips & cross cuts in hardwoods
  ATB grind

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Tenryu SL-25550C, 10" x 50T Silencer-Series Combination Table Saw Blade Series Combination Table Saw Blade
Review by  Wyowoodsmith from Hulett Wy
I had never in my 35 years of Custom Woodworking used any blade from Tenryu, I thought I would give it a try, I'm VERY Happy I did, it slices every species I have run on my saw with "Glue Line" finish, I don't need to run my cut edges thru my joiner to mate them to the lumber I am fitting up, For any Woodworker who has never used this brand- Give it a chance, good hard carbide teeth, and very thick for resharpening ( I haven't dulled mine yet) I have some dedicated blades for ripping , some for cross cutting- This is a Very Good combination blade that will speed up my time by not changing blades- Thanks WWS for a Very Good blade, and a Very Good Price
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