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    $199.99
    1. Freud SD5088" Super Dado Set with
    $159.99
    2. Freud 91-100 13-Piece 1/2" Shank
    $249.99
    3. Freud SD608 8" Dial-A-Width Dado
    $84.99
    4. Freud SD2066" Professional Dado
    $94.99
    5. Freud SD2088" Professional Dado
    $63.19
    6. Freud LU84R011 10" x 50-Tooth
    $42.74
    7. Freud LM74M010 10" x 30 Triple
    $64.99
    8. Freud 99-036 Adjustable Tongue
    Too Low To Display
    9. Freud LU85R010 10", 80-Tooth,
    Too Low To Display
    10. Freud LU85R012 12", 96-Tooth Alternate
    $99.99
    11. Freud SH-5Professional Micro-Adjustable
    $57.99
    12. Freud 90-1064-Piece Undersized
    $32.09
    13. Freud LU82M010 10", 60-Tooth Industrial
    $139.99
    14. Freud 97-100 3-Piece Cabinet Set
    $151.99
    15. Freud PGM1060 Ultimate Red Perma-SHIELD
    $85.49
    16. Freud FC-107 7-Piece Carbide Forstner
    $13.86
    17. Freud SC-001Blade Stabilizer 3-1/2"
    $68.31
    18. Freud LU97M010 10" x 80 Triple
    $119.99
    19. Freud JS102Biscuit Joiner System
    20. Freud BG-009 9" Bevel Gauge

    1. Freud SD5088" Super Dado Set with Anti-Kickback Design
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $337.50 -- our price: $199.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004RK0P
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Freud's 8-inch Super Dado set produces some of the smoothest square-bottom grooves and rabbets possible. Stacked dado sets like this one are more accurate and reliable than wobble dados, which leave a rounded bottom in the groove and can cause splintering and chipping. Freud's Super Dado set is especially good at producing smooth, chip-free results in plywoods and veneers. It features Freud's unique kickback-reducing design for safe dadoing even when used in a radial-arm saw. The set includes two outside blades, six four-wing chippers, and a set of shims, and it stores in a handy protective case. It adjusts in 1/32-inch increments, and even finer increments using the included shims. This Freud set is among the best-manufactured and well-designed dado sets available. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Covered by Freud's limited lifetime warranty
    • Thick micrograin carbide tips
    • Kickback reducing design
    • Chip-free, flat-bottom cuts in plywood and laminates
    • Includes storage case and shim set

    Reviews (123)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Freud is top shelf in my book
    Excellent tool with superb craftsmanship.Freud is top quality in my book.

    3-0 out of 5 stars I recommend paying extra for better
    I used to do all of my ratteting and dado cutting with various size straight/rabbet router bits and a homemade jig/guide fence system.I figured I'd bite the bullet and buy a dado blade.After doing some research and getting over the sticker shock of the average $200-$250 price range for most dado sets, I figured that I go for the SD208 for only $90.I figured that since it is from Freud, it can't be all that bad, no matter how much cheaper it is than the other models.Overall, I think the SD208 is a good buy COMPARED to all of the other dado sets and their prices of 2-3 times more than the SD208.More specifically, here are my thoughts:

    POSITIVE:

    1) The storage/carrying case is great.Durable plastic with an arbor-like post to mount the blades on.

    2)Price.As I said, this blade is a comparatively good deal compared to other sets in the $200-$250 price range.

    3)Shims are included.From what I've been told, some sets don't include shims.I can't verify that, but this set does indeed include shims.I believe there are 5-7 differenly sized shims.

    NEGATIVES

    1)My biggest gripe with this set is that the bottom of the cuts are far from being flat.Whether using the outerblades by themselves, or using them with different configurations of chippers, each cut bottom has multiple ridges/blade marks.

    2)Shims aren't size labeled.Freud gives a great little chart showing what size chippers and shims are needed for differentcuts.However, the shims aren't labeled at all.They are merely blank circular cuts of metal.However, as any woodworker knows, you should always run your own test cuts for any job...so I'm in no way livid with Freud.It would just be a little nicety if they could label the shims.

    As I said, I think the SD208 set is comparatively a great blade for its price, when viewd against other sets.However, I would recommend not skimping on price and upgraded to one of the higher-end Freuds or a Forrest set.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Try to get it sharpened
    I run a small woodworking shop and I purchased the Dial-A-Width Dado.I think it is a great dado, but it has a -12 degree grind on it.Every sharpening shop in Denver cannot sharpen it without buying an expensive computer program for their machines and they will not buy it unless they can make enough off the sharpening to pay for it.I called Freud about having them sharpen it and they said they are not in the sharpening business.Buyer beware. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Blades    4. Table Saw Blades    5. Dado    6. (Tablesaws)   


    2. Freud 91-100 13-Piece 1/2" Shank Set
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $337.60 -- our price: $159.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225YX
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Are expensive router bits worth the cost? After testing Freud's 1/2-inch shank set, we think the answer is yes. The features found in these Freud bits--long-lasting micrograin carbide/titanium tips, tri-metal brazing, and an antikickback design--make them a better choice than less-expensive options. Each Freud bit is computer-balanced to run vibration- and chatter-free at speeds well in excess of the typical 22,000 rpm of most routers. These bits have a high shear angle that produces less tear-out and chatter marks, leaving a cross-grained cut that requires little or no sanding. Multiaxis grinding helps ensure the proper relief angle on cutting edges regardless of how the bit is oriented. The kit includes a variety of useful bits most frequently used by woodworkers and comes in a sturdy wooden case for maximum protection of the cutting edges. --Tim Block ... Read more

    Features

    • High shear angle for less tear-out and chatter marks
    • Bits for V-grooving and flush trimming to chamfering and dovetailing
    • All bits are solid carbide or carbide-tipped
    • Anti-kickback design
    • Perma-SHIELD-coated to reduce friction and heat build-up

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Close To Perfection
    What can one really say about router bits? This is a great set; a fine selection of commonly used bits and enough for just about any hand-held routing application. 1/2" shank is the way to go and I'd only use a quarter inch in a pinch. The case the bits come in is substantial as well. My only gripe is that the straight bits seem to be a tad undersized; maybe they're gauged for plywood? In any case, this is a great value and I'm pleased as punch.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Quality
    I have used this set of Freud bits in my shop for several years and I have not needed to have them sharpened yet.The cut is smooth and chatter free.These bits seem to cut through the hardest of wood effortlessly.I own many other brands of router bits, and I think that Freud has a far superior product.You may pay a little more for these bits than the cheaper bits from other manufacturers, but the money is well spent.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Can't fault this set
    A very fine set of bits, I'm pleased. The only glitch is the plastic form inside the box; it allowed a bit to get loose and rattle around (and chip) during shipping. Amazon set it right, but I wish Freud would find a way of really locking the bits in during shipping. Other than that, a wonderful starter set. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Routers    4. Router Bits   


    3. Freud SD608 8" Dial-A-Width Dado
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $405.60 -- our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000089H8P
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Toss your dado shims. You’ll never tuck another scrap of newspaper between your dado blades again. Freud’s ingenious hybrid dado cutter is a cross between the traditional stacked set and the convenience of the dial dado. The stacked sets make gorgeous, flat-bottom dadoes, but sometimes achieving the perfect width is a challenge. Woodworkers had resigned themselves to slipping scraps of paper between the chipper blades, experimenting to get just the right measurement. Those who tired of that opted for the dial wobble blade, which got you the right width with just a turn of the wrist, but you sacrificed greatly on the integrity of the cut, ending up with convex and concave dadoes at opposite ends of the width spectrum. Enter Freud’s brainchild, combining the best of both dado worlds. The micro-grain carbide-toothed cutters and chipper blades stack like a regular set, but that done, the dial adjusts the width to four one-thousandths of an inch. You can’t beat that with a scrap of paper. Great innovation in a flawless execution—-bravo, Freud!--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Precision-ground arbors to ensure precise blade alignment
    • Dial hub for shim free adjustability
    • Lazer cut blade plates for extreme accuracy
    • Micro grain carbide is specifically for glue line rips to ensure superior cut and maximum life
    • Tri-metal brazing for impact-resistant tips

    Reviews (123)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Freud is top shelf in my book
    Excellent tool with superb craftsmanship.Freud is top quality in my book.

    3-0 out of 5 stars I recommend paying extra for better
    I used to do all of my ratteting and dado cutting with various size straight/rabbet router bits and a homemade jig/guide fence system.I figured I'd bite the bullet and buy a dado blade.After doing some research and getting over the sticker shock of the average $200-$250 price range for most dado sets, I figured that I go for the SD208 for only $90.I figured that since it is from Freud, it can't be all that bad, no matter how much cheaper it is than the other models.Overall, I think the SD208 is a good buy COMPARED to all of the other dado sets and their prices of 2-3 times more than the SD208.More specifically, here are my thoughts:

    POSITIVE:

    1) The storage/carrying case is great.Durable plastic with an arbor-like post to mount the blades on.

    2)Price.As I said, this blade is a comparatively good deal compared to other sets in the $200-$250 price range.

    3)Shims are included.From what I've been told, some sets don't include shims.I can't verify that, but this set does indeed include shims.I believe there are 5-7 differenly sized shims.

    NEGATIVES

    1)My biggest gripe with this set is that the bottom of the cuts are far from being flat.Whether using the outerblades by themselves, or using them with different configurations of chippers, each cut bottom has multiple ridges/blade marks.

    2)Shims aren't size labeled.Freud gives a great little chart showing what size chippers and shims are needed for differentcuts.However, the shims aren't labeled at all.They are merely blank circular cuts of metal.However, as any woodworker knows, you should always run your own test cuts for any job...so I'm in no way livid with Freud.It would just be a little nicety if they could label the shims.

    As I said, I think the SD208 set is comparatively a great blade for its price, when viewd against other sets.However, I would recommend not skimping on price and upgraded to one of the higher-end Freuds or a Forrest set.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Try to get it sharpened
    I run a small woodworking shop and I purchased the Dial-A-Width Dado.I think it is a great dado, but it has a -12 degree grind on it.Every sharpening shop in Denver cannot sharpen it without buying an expensive computer program for their machines and they will not buy it unless they can make enough off the sharpening to pay for it.I called Freud about having them sharpen it and they said they are not in the sharpening business.Buyer beware. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Blades    2. Table Saw Blades    3. Dado    4. (Tablesaws)   


    4. Freud SD2066" Professional Dado
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $137.90 -- our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223O8
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Editorial Review

    Freud's 6-inch professional dado set delivers a very smooth flat-bottomed groove. This stack, when used on table and radial-arm saws, cuts slots, grooves, dadoes, and rabbets in hardwood, softwood, or plywood with the same high level of finish quality. The blades are resharpenable. They've also been laser-cut and sport carbide tips. In addition, this stack has a feature that limits the amount of bite a tooth can take, reducing the risk of kickback--for this reason, in fact, Freud suggests this set for underpowered saws. We tested this stack along with Freud's 8-inch stack on our 3-horsepower Powermatic model 66 (plenty of power) and found the results satisfying: smooth, with very minimal splintering. Shims are also included in this set to help you microadjust your width. This stack is a great tool for the home hobbyist who prefers not to spend a lot of money but still wants quality results. --Dori Anvinson ... Read more

    Features

    • Anti-kickback
    • Negative hook angle makes flat bottom grooves
    • Splinter-free cuts
    • two outside blades, carbide, five, two-wing chippers
    • Ideal for underpowered saws

    Reviews (123)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Freud is top shelf in my book
    Excellent tool with superb craftsmanship.Freud is top quality in my book.

    3-0 out of 5 stars I recommend paying extra for better
    I used to do all of my ratteting and dado cutting with various size straight/rabbet router bits and a homemade jig/guide fence system.I figured I'd bite the bullet and buy a dado blade.After doing some research and getting over the sticker shock of the average $200-$250 price range for most dado sets, I figured that I go for the SD208 for only $90.I figured that since it is from Freud, it can't be all that bad, no matter how much cheaper it is than the other models.Overall, I think the SD208 is a good buy COMPARED to all of the other dado sets and their prices of 2-3 times more than the SD208.More specifically, here are my thoughts:

    POSITIVE:

    1) The storage/carrying case is great.Durable plastic with an arbor-like post to mount the blades on.

    2)Price.As I said, this blade is a comparatively good deal compared to other sets in the $200-$250 price range.

    3)Shims are included.From what I've been told, some sets don't include shims.I can't verify that, but this set does indeed include shims.I believe there are 5-7 differenly sized shims.

    NEGATIVES

    1)My biggest gripe with this set is that the bottom of the cuts are far from being flat.Whether using the outerblades by themselves, or using them with different configurations of chippers, each cut bottom has multiple ridges/blade marks.

    2)Shims aren't size labeled.Freud gives a great little chart showing what size chippers and shims are needed for differentcuts.However, the shims aren't labeled at all.They are merely blank circular cuts of metal.However, as any woodworker knows, you should always run your own test cuts for any job...so I'm in no way livid with Freud.It would just be a little nicety if they could label the shims.

    As I said, I think the SD208 set is comparatively a great blade for its price, when viewd against other sets.However, I would recommend not skimping on price and upgraded to one of the higher-end Freuds or a Forrest set.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Try to get it sharpened
    I run a small woodworking shop and I purchased the Dial-A-Width Dado.I think it is a great dado, but it has a -12 degree grind on it.Every sharpening shop in Denver cannot sharpen it without buying an expensive computer program for their machines and they will not buy it unless they can make enough off the sharpening to pay for it.I called Freud about having them sharpen it and they said they are not in the sharpening business.Buyer beware. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Blades    4. Table Saw Blades    5. Dado    6. (Tablesaws)   


    5. Freud SD2088" Professional Dado
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $153.20 -- our price: $94.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223O9
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Editorial Review

    Freud's 8-inch professional dado set delivers a very smooth flat-bottomed groove. This stack, when used on table and radial-arm saws, cuts slots, grooves, dadoes, and rabbets in hardwood, softwood, or plywood with the same high level of finish quality. The blades are resharpenable. They've also been laser-cut and sport carbide tips. In addition, this stack has a feature that limits the amount of bite a tooth can take, reducing the risk of kickback--for this reason, in fact, Freud suggests this set for underpowered saws. We tested this set on our 3-horsepower Powermatic model 66 (plenty of power) and found the results satisfying: smooth, with very minimal splintering. Shims are also included in this set to help you microadjust your width. This stack is a great tool for the home hobbyist who prefers not to spend a lot of money but still wants quality results. --Dori Anvinson ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes shims for micro adjustments
    • Negative hook angle for splinter free cuts
    • Anti-kickback design good for underpowered saws
    • Slot widths from 1/4-inch to 13/16-inch in 1/16-inch increments
    • Resharpenable blades

    Reviews (123)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Freud is top shelf in my book
    Excellent tool with superb craftsmanship.Freud is top quality in my book.

    3-0 out of 5 stars I recommend paying extra for better
    I used to do all of my ratteting and dado cutting with various size straight/rabbet router bits and a homemade jig/guide fence system.I figured I'd bite the bullet and buy a dado blade.After doing some research and getting over the sticker shock of the average $200-$250 price range for most dado sets, I figured that I go for the SD208 for only $90.I figured that since it is from Freud, it can't be all that bad, no matter how much cheaper it is than the other models.Overall, I think the SD208 is a good buy COMPARED to all of the other dado sets and their prices of 2-3 times more than the SD208.More specifically, here are my thoughts:

    POSITIVE:

    1) The storage/carrying case is great.Durable plastic with an arbor-like post to mount the blades on.

    2)Price.As I said, this blade is a comparatively good deal compared to other sets in the $200-$250 price range.

    3)Shims are included.From what I've been told, some sets don't include shims.I can't verify that, but this set does indeed include shims.I believe there are 5-7 differenly sized shims.

    NEGATIVES

    1)My biggest gripe with this set is that the bottom of the cuts are far from being flat.Whether using the outerblades by themselves, or using them with different configurations of chippers, each cut bottom has multiple ridges/blade marks.

    2)Shims aren't size labeled.Freud gives a great little chart showing what size chippers and shims are needed for differentcuts.However, the shims aren't labeled at all.They are merely blank circular cuts of metal.However, as any woodworker knows, you should always run your own test cuts for any job...so I'm in no way livid with Freud.It would just be a little nicety if they could label the shims.

    As I said, I think the SD208 set is comparatively a great blade for its price, when viewd against other sets.However, I would recommend not skimping on price and upgraded to one of the higher-end Freuds or a Forrest set.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Try to get it sharpened
    I run a small woodworking shop and I purchased the Dial-A-Width Dado.I think it is a great dado, but it has a -12 degree grind on it.Every sharpening shop in Denver cannot sharpen it without buying an expensive computer program for their machines and they will not buy it unless they can make enough off the sharpening to pay for it.I called Freud about having them sharpen it and they said they are not in the sharpening business.Buyer beware. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Blades    4. Table Saw Blades    5. Dado    6. (Tablesaws)   


    6. Freud LU84R011 10" x 50-Tooth Combination Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $93.30 -- our price: $63.19
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225V8
    Sales Rank: 883
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Perma-SHIELD coating reduces friction
    • 10 inch, 50-tooth, 5/8-inch arbor
    • Perfect balance between ripping & crosscutting
    • Large gullets and flat top teeth for ripping
    • ATB & R tooth design for combination cutting

    Reviews (18)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent combo blade!
    I've been using the chrome version of this blade on my old (ancient) Jet contractor's saw for about 3 years and couldn't be happier.It leaves a super-smooth, glue-ready surface when ripping soft- or hardwood stock, and equally fine surfaces on crosscuts.My saw is tuned properly, I use a link belt to reduce vibration, and for ripping always use a featherboard just in front of the blade to maintain proper position of the stock.

    I showed this blade off at a recent woodworker's gathering of about 30 people, and they were definitely impressed.Can't imagine that it'd be possible to get a much better surface than the LU84 provides.On my humble 1.5HP saw, though, I don't use it for ripping really thick stock.Firmly believe a good 24-tooth ripping blade is the way to go there.

    4-0 out of 5 stars LU84R011 blade
    I purchased this blade a few weeks ago and put it on my new Hitachi C10FL table saw. I've always had good experience with Freud products and this blade isn't much of an exception. It is a hefty piece of steel and overall well made. The carbide teeth are THICK which will allow many resharpenings. It is a GOOD blade, but NOT "excellent". For general purpose use that will give acceptable results it certainly lives up to its manufacturer ratings for various types of cuts in different material. A few important points to note, however. There is splintering on the end of a cross cut, I suspect this is mostly due to the flat top grind raker tooth as my "low budget" Lowes bought Freud combo blade with all ATB teeth leaves a cleaner cross cut. The Teflon coating seems to be more of a hindrance than a blessing. It is not perfectly flat in all places, and seems to clog the anti vibration slots in the blade body. Also, the coating has worn off where the arbor washers contact it - I carefully sanded the coating away in this area. The blade does not vibrate at all, and I feel stiffeners aren't necessary though they can't hurt I'm sure. Although I am not sorry I bought this blade, I will be purchasing either a Forrest blade or two separate blades - rip and crosscut in order to get the perfect result for each type of cut. My recommendation would be to go with the LU84M011 blade instead - doesn't have the unhelpful Teflon coating and is ten dollars cheaper.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Really impressed
    Just received this blade and mounted it in my Ryobi BT3100.
    Using it to cut 3/4 solid oak, 3/4 oak veneer plywood, pine, both cross cut and ripping, it's hard to imagine anything better. Quiet, splinter free. Now I want a couple more for my chop saw and a spare. Everything I've purchased from Freud has been a worthwhile investment. And NO this has not been a paid commercial :-). ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Blades    4. Table Saw Blades    5. 10-inch Blades    6. (Tablesaws)   


    7. Freud LM74M010 10" x 30 Triple Chip Tooth Design Glue Line Ripping Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $77.80 -- our price: $42.74
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006XMTU
    Sales Rank: 254
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Laser cut blade plate
    • Micro grain carbide for razor sharp cuts
    • Precision ground arbor for accurate cuts
    • Triple chip tooth design for chip free cuts
    • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping the blade cool and reducing blade warp

    Reviews (10)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Cuts Great Prices
    After several cheaper and some more expensive saw blades, I finally bought the LM74 glue line rip blade for $44.00 +/- on Amazon.The rips are so smooth and burn free.They really did give me a glue line rip.I ordered the uncoated blade because I didn't want any coating transfer, and it turned out to be over $20 cheaper than the coated blades :).Truly excellent blade for the money!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wasn't excited at first but now...
    I love it!!!Once you get used to this blade you can't live without it.It does a great job of ripping boards and I don't know what the other guy is talking about with the problem with hardwoods.I use 8/4 cherry frequently and it rips right through it.Overall a great investment and a great alternative to a jointer if you don't have the funds for a high end model.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Blade
    This is by far the best ripping blade I have ever owned. I dont own a joiner so I depend on a good ripping blade on all my glue ups. I have never owned a Forrest blade but I find it hard to believe that it is any better than this Freud blade, and at less than half the price you can,t go wrong . ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Blades    2. Table Saw Blades    3. 10-inch Blades    4. (Tablesaws)   


    8. Freud 99-036 Adjustable Tongue & Groove Bit Set, 1/2" Shank
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $102.70 -- our price: $64.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006XMTT
    Sales Rank: 438
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Kickback reducing design for safe bit use
    • Adjustability for stock from 1/2" to 1-1/4" thick
    • Micro grain carbide for razor sharp cuts
    • Compression designed cutters for chip free cuts
    • Precision computer balanced bits for extreme accuracy

    Reviews (4)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor packaging caused damage
    I did not take other reviews seriously and had to experience on my own. Very poor packaging, both original item and replacement came badly damaged. Router carbide tips were all chipped off due to seperation from original merchandise box, found them loose in the shipping package. One would think that after many returns shipping department does something to avoid sending packages back and forth, no such luck yet. I have to give customer service credit, they make returns as painless as possible, no hassle at all, except I am still waiting for my router bits.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor packing caused extensive damage.
    INSPECT YOURS CLOSELY BEFORE YOU USE IT!!!
    Mine were badly damaged due to an amazingly bad packaging job. The 2 bits arrived completely separate from their product packaging, which was completely closed, leading me to believe that they were thrown into shipping box like that. When I put them back in their package to return them, I shook it really hard, and cannot conceive that they could have shaken loose. Nearly every tooth suffered at least one chip, most of them very large, and 2 were cracked all the way through the tooth. If I used these bits, I'm confident they would have shattered, and thrown shrapnel. 100 % amazon's responsibility. I read another review mentioning the same problem. LOOK CLOSELY AT YOURS BEFORE YOU USE IT!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Freud Did It Again
    At first I thought how could Freud have created an adjustable groove bit, with the seemingly single cutter, and make it adjustable. Then I discovered that it really was two cutters that were sandwiched together. Their carbide tip is a lot wider than the plates that hold them. Additionally they are offset, so when they are sandwiched without any spacers, they are just like having the one bit. With the included spacers, you can adjust that groove cutter to a nice range of sizes.
    Additionally the two large cutters that make up the tongue bit are adjustable with the spacers that are provided. They are stacked on the bit so you don't have to go looking for them when you want to make a change.
    I have a lot of Freud bits, and I have bought all of them from Amazon. The price and convenience can't be beat. The one complaint that I have is that Freud does not wrap these bits in a way that protects them from a UPS shipment. Do you know what UPS stands for? Unbelievably Pulverized Shipments. :-) With carbide tipped bits, which are super brittle, rolling around in the box, after they come loose from the snap together plastic carrying enclosure, they are left to do battle with one another. Consequently, check your faces for defects when you get them. Amazon has the greatest customer service.
    All in all a great set of bits, highly recommended. ... Read more

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    9. Freud LU85R010 10", 80-Tooth, Alternate Top Bevel, Red Perma-SHIELD Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $114.50 -- our price: Too Low To Display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223KU
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Are good blades worth the extra expense? Freud's done some impressive engineering and has come up with features that make these blades today's popular choice for woodworkers. The story on Freud blades is that the micrograin carbide/titanium tips stay sharp longer; the laser-cut body helps keep the hard steel blade flat and true; tri-metal brazing prevents cracks and failed joints; and the antikickback design ensures safer operation. While we may not understand the physics of these features, we do know these blades cut great and run quiet and chatter-free. They're Teflon-coated to reduce friction and heat buildup and to protect against rust, corrosion, and resin buildup. It's easy to imagine coaxing better performance and quality work out of older or underpowered saws with these Freud blades. This 10-inch, 80-tooth blade is designed to make sharp, thin kerf cuts on hard and soft woods. --Tim Block ... Read more

    Features

    • Use with table saws, radial-arm saws, or miter saws
    • 5/8-inch arbor
    • .009-inch side clearance
    • Perma-SHIELD-S coating
    • Ideal thickness range: 1/4 to 1-5/8 inches

    Reviews (22)

    5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING
    I had a $50 dollar DeWalt blade and thought that ought to be good enough, it does pretty well.I was wrong, this Frued 30 tooth and 80 tooth full kerf blade is amazing.Not only is it quiet but it slices through anything I can throw at it like a laser and is so smooth, I really don't need to sand it.Worth every penny, I am sold.I am using a 3HP Grizzly Tablesaw and this combination is capable of just about anything....

    5-0 out of 5 stars THE blade for trim.
    "Produce Glass-smooth cuts". They are NOT kidding about this one... I use this blade solely for trim. Faces of the cut are like they're sanded with 220, the angles are razor sharp, and there is zero tearout. The sawdust that comes out of the back of the saw is like a fine talcum powder. Very impressive blade! Worth every penny if you're going to be doing fine trim work.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ordered two blades for my husband!
    My husband does woodworking as a hobby. All I have to say is my husband loves these blades. His exact words were,"Cuts like a hot knife through butter!" If you have any doubts about this blade, DON'T! It is worth every penny. ... Read more

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    10. Freud LU85R012 12", 96-Tooth Alternate Top Bevel Red Perma-SHIELD Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $179.00 -- our price: Too Low To Display
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    Asin: B0000223IC
    Sales Rank: 323
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 12-inch, 96-tooth with alternate top bevel design
    • Perma-SHIELD Coated to reduce friction
    • Whisper quiet expansion slot design
    • Fits 1-inch arbors

    Reviews (22)

    5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING
    I had a $50 dollar DeWalt blade and thought that ought to be good enough, it does pretty well.I was wrong, this Frued 30 tooth and 80 tooth full kerf blade is amazing.Not only is it quiet but it slices through anything I can throw at it like a laser and is so smooth, I really don't need to sand it.Worth every penny, I am sold.I am using a 3HP Grizzly Tablesaw and this combination is capable of just about anything....

    5-0 out of 5 stars THE blade for trim.
    "Produce Glass-smooth cuts". They are NOT kidding about this one... I use this blade solely for trim. Faces of the cut are like they're sanded with 220, the angles are razor sharp, and there is zero tearout. The sawdust that comes out of the back of the saw is like a fine talcum powder. Very impressive blade! Worth every penny if you're going to be doing fine trim work.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ordered two blades for my husband!
    My husband does woodworking as a hobby. All I have to say is my husband loves these blades. His exact words were,"Cuts like a hot knife through butter!" If you have any doubts about this blade, DON'T! It is worth every penny. ... Read more

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    11. Freud SH-5Professional Micro-Adjustable Router Table Fence
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $165.25 -- our price: $99.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005Q7CN
    Sales Rank: 160
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Laminated MDF fence faces, chip guard and mounting hardware included
    • Separate adjustable infeed and outfeed fences for versatility
    • Twin adjustment knobs offer superior accuracy and infinite adjustability
    • Cast and machined aluminum and steel construction for durability
    • Integrated dust collection port helps keep work area clean

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Fence
    I just purchased and received this fence albeit without the 4 threaded inserts which should have been included. I did call customer service at Freud who promised to mail them out to me that day. In the meantime, I was able to pick up a few in the Rockler Store and mounted the new fence easily. Although the one page of instructions are minimal, I found them precise and to the point.No need for a manual with pictures or 100 plus pages. I experienced no problems setting up and using the fence with the included ALEPSH-5 Adaptor Plate, required for my 9 X 13" router insert.I replaced the standard wing nuts with star knobs and zeroing the precision controls was a breeze. I did not experience any flexing using the standard auxillary fences, however I do plan to replace the faces with 3/4" molecular slick plastic material to further reduce friction.The vacuum port accepted the 2-1/2" hose from my Shopsmith Dust Collector without adapters and coupled with the vacuum port on the router itself, my work was almost dust free (which pleases the miss'es). I'm so thoroughly pleased with this Freud system and I highly recommend it to anyone requiring a precision fence at a bargain price to boot!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Freud can learn a thing or two from Ryobi
    I purchased the table, stand, and router as a package. My only complaint is with Freud's assembly and router instructions.The router manual is minimal.I have extra bolts and lockwashers and no idea where they go. The chip deflection chute took me 20 minutes to install. There's no room available to fit the tiny screw. The height adjustment "racks" to one side and is very stiff.When I lifted the rubber boots to inspect the rods I found many metal shavings/turnings left over from the machining process. A nice Router and table package but I like my less expensive 2HP Ryboi, with it's easy to read manual, more.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Value!!
    This thing is built like a freight train and is incredibly accurate and repeatable. As mentioned in the previous review, it now includes adapters for use with wide insert plates. The first thing to do after mounting it is replace the MDF fence faces with hardwood ones and make several pairs so you can make them zero clearance. ... Read more

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    12. Freud 90-1064-Piece Undersized Plywood Bit Set
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $88.70 -- our price: $57.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004T7AN
    Sales Rank: 1604
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Wooden storage box
    • Ideal for 1/4- to 3/4-inch plywood
    • Cuts composition materials, plywood, and hard and softwoods
    • Can be used on hand-held and table-mounted portable routers
    • 1/4-inch shank

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Fit
    If your doing some plywood joinery, these bits won't let you down. Incredibly smooth cuts with no tearout. These frued bits just "sing" through the material. Definitely worth the money.

    We all know that a 2x4 isn't really 2" x 4", and plywood is the same way. These bits are undersized to compensate for the sanding process of plywood. These bits will provide a great fit without any slop.
    Don't use this set for making Dado's for MDF because 3/4" MDF is really 3/4", 1/2" is really 1/2" and so on.
    I hope this helps

    4-0 out of 5 stars False Advertising
    This "IS NOT" a 1/2" shank router bit set. Please correct the product description. It is a 1/4" shank set.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Stop making sloppy dados
    Tired of your dados being too lose when using plywood?These bits assure tight fits for undersized plywood joints and always, the Freud products work great.You can't go wrong with these bits. ... Read more

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    13. Freud LU82M010 10", 60-Tooth Industrial Crosscut/Rip Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $96.30 -- our price: $32.09
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225UJ
    Sales Rank: 242
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Fits all table, radial, and miter saws
    • Provides precise crosscuts
    • For hard or soft wood
    • Excellent for molding

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Quite smooth and vibration free..............
    This is the closest thing to an all around blade for the table saw.It is the "ONE" to use.Value wise nothing comes close.Rip 3/4 inch plywood - no problem. Cross cut 1" hardwood - no problem.

    Put this on the saw and start cutting - it will be a pleasant surprise how quiet it runs.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good blade
    Cuts real clean with little effort. Good price, too.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great blade for my Radial Arm Saw...
    Got this blade to replace my current 24 teeth blade on my Craftman RAS.With the 1st few test cuts on oak, it resulted a very smooth cut on the surface and the edge of the cut is razor sharp.There was virtually no broken wood piece at the edge at all.I also test cut it on a piece of plywood (1" thick) and got the same result.This is a great performance for the price. ... Read more

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    14. Freud 97-100 3-Piece Cabinet Set
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $224.10 -- our price: $139.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002245N
    Sales Rank: 3411
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 10 year warranty
    • 3-1/2-inch raised panel bit
    • Includes 99-515 & 99-260 rail and stile
    • 1-1/8 stroke length
    • 16.75 in and 6.5 lbs

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent even for a rookie
    I bought this 3 piece set as my first set.It has worked great.It is easy to set.It cuts cleanly.I am very pleased. Make sure you have a router with a 1/2" collet and a router table.
    If I had it to do over I would have spent the extra money for a set with the back cutter.
    Excellent product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This set with a 3 1/2" panel bit is great for kitchen cabs
    The popular 5 piece set is what I initially bought. It includes the glue up joint bit, which is nice for gettting a lot of panels to line up properly while gluing. It also includes the door lock bit, which will turn your raised panel, into a drawer front by removing the material around the edge of the back of the door face.
    I bought this set as well. Why? Because when making kitchen cabinets, the raised panel bit that they provide with the set is too small for a large cabinet. (Unless you prefer that look) So I bought this set, to pick up the 3 1/2" panel raising bit. That requires a large opening of at least 3 5/8" on the bottom of your router, and the opening on your router table as well. The Bosch 1619EVS is even larger than that. The Fein RT-1800 allows for the the use of a 3 1/2" bit, but the casting prevents you from plunging a bit that size. Not really recommended, because you might accidently adjust it into the base. Their are others also, but most fixed base 2 HP routers won't accept such a large bit. So measure first.
    Overall this is a great set of bits. They do a great job, and last a long time. Highly recommended.

    5-0 out of 5 stars very nice and sharp set
    I just purchased the 3 piece cab. bit set from freud and I am very excited.The set came within a few days of ordering- thanks Amazon.The bits are extremely sharp and the finish is excellent.The box that comes with the set is well constructed to keep the bits safe and free from dust, which is nice.The only concern that I initially had was whether or not the 3 1/2" bit would fit in my router base opening.I have a 7539 p.c. router and the opening is 3 1/2".I had to file the opening just a little to make the bit fit.I am sure that you will find this most acceptable. The cuts with the bits are very clean, just like the ads say, and there are no pieces of fuzz on the top of the profile on the end grain.This will save some valuable time. All in all, very good product and the price was extremely good.In fact, the cheapest I could find. ... Read more

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    15. Freud PGM1060 Ultimate Red Perma-SHIELD 10" 3-Blade Combo Pack(Save $20.00 From Buying Separately)
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware (05 November, 2000)
    list price: $281.90 -- our price: $151.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225UA
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Are good blades worth the extra expense? Freud's done some impressive engineering and has come up with features that make these blades today's popular choice for woodworkers. The story on Freud blades is that the micrograin carbide/titanium tips stay sharp longer; the laser-cut body helps keep the hard steel blade flat and true; tri-metal brazing prevents cracks and failed joints; and the antikickback design ensures safer operation. While we may not understand the physics of these features, we do know these blades cut great and run quiet and chatter-free. They're Teflon-coated to reduce friction and heat buildup and to protect against rust, corrosion, and resin buildup. It's easy to imagine coaxing better performance and quality work out of older or underpowered saws with these Freud blades. Buying the blades in this three-pack is considerably less expensive than buying these popular blades separately. --Tim Block ... Read more

    Features

    • 3 blades, LU85R010 Cut-off blade, LM72R010 Rip blade and an LU84R011 Combination blade
    • Teflon coated for improved performance
    • Anti kickback design
    • Laser-cut body
    • Carbide/titanium tips

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars First for me.
    I have owned a Delta unisaw for 3 years.Hard maple is one of my main wood choices.After recieving these blades, I now understand how a rip blade differs from a cutoff blade.I used to get great cuts from my first Freud blade, but now, ripping butcherblock is effortless, and clean.I suspect during cabinet building with some of my cherry stock, the combination blade will be more a fixture in the saw, however, this weekend is time for prefinished oak flooring, where the 80 tooth finecut blade makes cuts as clean as...as it should be.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great blades for smooth cuts
    The Freud R-Bladepack is one of the gifts I will be waiting for under the tree for Christmas. Whoever thought of making Teflon coated saw blades had a great idea. Personally, I think that this package is a great Christmas gift to give to anybody who has a 10" powered saw, whether it is at home or at work. The Teflon coating makes the cuts a lot smoother and more accurate. Most of the carpenters I know have recommended the Freud Teflon coated blades.

    The Freud R-Bladepack will last you a looooong time. ... Read more

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    16. Freud FC-107 7-Piece Carbide Forstner Bit Sets
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $154.95 -- our price: $85.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000225ZL
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Are expensive bits worth the extra cost? If the bits are these high-speed steel forstner bits from Freud, we think the answer is yes. Technical features--most notably the micrograin carbide/titanium tips--ensure these bits cut cleaner and stay sharp longer than any other forstner bits we tested. Although these bits performed exceptionally well on soft and hard wood, along with plywood and a few other composite materials, we were most impressed when our test cuts came up smooth and clean on both plastic-laminate and melamine--results generally unheard of with standard steel bits. These bits hold their own in hand drills as well as in any drill press, and we suspect they'll outlast other bits in our shop several times over. --Tim Block ... Read more

    Features

    • Carbide bits
    • Center locating spur
    • Excellent for overlapping or pocket holes
    • Wood case

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Have them sharpened first...
    I love Freud cutters and saw blades. They are usually ready to go out of the box. I have a set of Freud HSS Forstner bits, and they are very good. I recieved this set as a gift and even though I already have these size's I was pretty excited to get a set of carbide bits. I work with a lot of hardwoods and you have to be careful about the pressure you use with HSS bits, so you don't burn your workpiece or overheat your bit.
    I chucked up the 3/8 bit to bore some holes for decorative plugs and noticed that the bit was not cutting a very clean hole, seemed like I had to apply too much pressure also. I pulled it out of the drill press and upon examining the cutting edge, I noticed it did not have that bright, shiney edge you normally associate with a sharp tool. I examined the rest of the bits and they looked the same. So I carried them down to the local saw shop where I get all my blades and cutters sharpened and ask them to take a look at the bits. Their opinion was that the bits were very dull, looked like the last two steps in sharpening them had been overlooked. So $30 and an hour later I was on my way home with sharp bits. Put the 3/8 back in the drill press and tried again. This time the results were what I had hoped for.The bit cut thru the Padauk very nicely and left a nice clean hole. I cut another 19 holes and each was excellent. Cutting the last hole was as easy as cutting the first. I have noticed no wobble in any of the bits and other than the sharpening problem have had no trouble with this set. I do think my HSS set does a little better job in soft wood and plywood, but it is a close call. Wish I could afford some larger ones in carbide...3"-31/2" would be nice for clock making.
    These are the first Freud cutter's I have had that were'nt sharp out of the box, so I won't let it influence my love of Freud blades and cutters in the future. I rated it 4 stars because of the sharpening problem. Still recommend Freud blades and cutters.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Top notch bits
    I have been using the bits for several months.I have had very good results working with soft woods on my small drill press.The bits are very straight compared to the junky Irwin bits I got at Home Depot.The carbide bits are very sharp and cut a very true hole.The only problem I have with this set is that it is missing several handy sizes such as 7/8", 1-1/8" & 1-1/4".I tried to purchase the Freud 1-1/4" carbide bit on Amazon, but they appear to no longer stock them.Instead I went with the 1-1/4" Freud steel forstner bit.The steel bit seems to work just as well as the carbide bits.If I had to choose between the Freud carbide set and the Freud steel set, I would probably go with the steel, because it has 9 more bits.Buying forstner bits individually can get very expensive.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
    This is my second experience with Freud cutting tools. The first was their 8 inch super dado set.It had to be exchanged due to
    several chips in the carbide cutting edges.The replacement has performed adequately.This forstner bit set produced disappointing results for the money.The surface of the workpiece had burrs where the bit first made contact and the interior of the hole showed a torn surface on the end grain side as opposed to a smooth cut.Overall the quality of the grinding on the carbide cutting tips and the body of the bit was uneven and poorly finished. My twenty year old hand sharpened steel bits produced better results. For the money I expected more and returned these bits. ... Read more

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    17. Freud SC-001Blade Stabilizer 3-1/2" Diameter,5/8" Arbor
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $22.80 -- our price: $13.86
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223O3
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Even the best blades on the best table saws wobble to some extent, yielding imprecise cuts or unsightly kerf marks on the edge of a board. A good blade stabilizer like this Freud model can make the difference between common woodworking and fine woodworking. Freud's blade stabilizer has excellent balance and more weight than competing models, and, when used with a good blade, it produces excellent results every time. While the stabilizer is great for ensuring accurate rips in thin stock, as well as perfect dados and rabbets, you may need to remove it when working with thicker stock because the size of the stabilizer can prevent the blade from raising to its full height and keep the saw from reaching its maximum tilt. Freud's blade stabilizer is as good as they come, though, and definitely a worthwhile investment for any woodworker looking for the finest results. Fits saws with a 5/8-inch arbor. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Use on blades 7 inches in diameter and larger
    • Reduces vibration
    • Improves cutting performance
    • Quieter sawing
    • Extends blade life

    Reviews (10)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Stabilize your saw, not your blade
    Vibration in most table saws in not the fault of the saw blade alone, and cannot be fixed at the blade, alone. It is the result ofthe of the motor, transmission (gearing, belts, arbors, pulleys) and the blade all creating vibration waves, and the ability or inability of the table to absorb those waves.The blade stabilizer may help some, but only if the other much more problematic sources are dealt with first.

    I have a 20 year old craftsman 10" contractor saw with steel wings, that vibrated like crazy.I once tried the "nickel test," standing a nickel on edge on the table with the power on.It bounced the nickel off the table.My cuts were not smooth, and adding a stabilizer to the blade did nothing - its very small effects were drowned out by the rest of the saw.

    What did work were two pretty cheap AND very effective fixes.
    1. spent $30 on a nice link-belt. Even with the beat up pulleys still in place, it felt like a new saw.Utterly astounding.
    2. glued cheap vinyl floor tiles to the steel stand and wings (out of sight, what with flowery patterns on the tile) Again, utterly astounding.This idea comes from my brush with audiophilia, where vibration damping is a religion.The vinyl absorbs vibrations very well. The thicker and heavier the better.

    After these two fixes, the saw stood up to the nickel test with no problems, even on the steel wings.Cuts are much, much cleaner, like new with a sharp blade.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Product
    I have been using these for a year now and have found that they really do quiet my saw down.The only thing to realize is that they really do cut down on the height of the blade.This is a problem sometimes.You may need two zero clearance inserts for your blade one with the stablizers and a different insert for using the blade without them so that you can get the height back.Bit of a hassle but it does not happen often for me.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Worse than useless unless you use both
    Using both stabilizers takes up a 1/2" of arbor width.I didn't have room to install both on my Bosch 4000 bench saw so I installed one on the outside.Although Freud literature doesn't point this out, these are made to be used only as a pair.If you install only one your blade gets retensioned away from being flat.I noticed this because after installing one, my splitter no longer lined up and I had to adjust the blade 1/2 a degree to get it back to being perpendicular to the table.Perhaps they improve the quality of the cut when used as a pair with a thin kerf blade.I wasn't able to test that.I give them only 1 star because Freud doesn't make it clear that both need to be used.The Forrest stabilizer is made to work as a single unit on one side of the blade.Probably a better choice for most people. ... Read more

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    18. Freud LU97M010 10" x 80 Triple Chip Tooth Design Saw Blade
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $118.25 -- our price: $68.31
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006XMTY
    Sales Rank: 8769
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    Features

    • Laser cut blade plate
    • Micro grain carbide for razor sharp cuts
    • Precision ground arbor for accurate cuts
    • Triple chip tooth design for chip free cuts
    • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping the blade cool and reducing blade warp

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    19. Freud JS102Biscuit Joiner System with Tilting Fence and Dust Bag
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $233.15 -- our price: $119.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000223OL
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Freud's biscuit joiner is a solid tool that costs remarkably less than its competitors' models. The all-metal construction of this compact joiner gives it a high-quality, very balanced feel. The carbide-tipped blade cuts the three standard 0, 10, and 20 biscuit sizes--plus A, B, and max. You can switch easily between the six settings with a convenient thumb wheel. The joiner also gives you the choice of using a dust bag or hooking it up to a vacuum for even simpler cleanup. The joiner features a new variable-angle fence system for adjustments from 0 to 90 degrees. Making fence adjustments, admittedly, isn't as easy as it is on DeWalt's or Porter-Cable's more expensive models--but this was the only notable difference we could find with Freud's joiner. (It's also not much of a concern for the casual woodworker or for anyone who uses a biscuit cutter primarily to make repetitive cuts.) All in all, this is a quality tool at a really attractive price. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • One-year warranty
    • 5 amps; 10,000 rpm
    • Adjustable fence system
    • Six cutting depths
    • Antislip rubber pins

    Reviews (11)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Value!!
    I must have a different machine from the other reviewers or maybe I need less hand holding. The one I have is easy to set and accurate. In fact, it seem to be identical to the Lamello in design. The fence can be set crooked if you try but turning the handle to lock it pulls it in to parallel. For dust collection a shop vac is best but the bag does a fair job. I highly recommend this tool for those that want a machine like Lamello's without spending $400.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Freud Lays an Egg
    The fence on this joiner is flimsy and allows for inaccurate slots. Should only be use for the very roughest work. Try another brand, very disappointing after the fine 15 amp router I bought from Freud worked out so well. They do make great blades and bits however.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievably poor design
    I bought the Freud JS102 because I thought it was one of the better brands out but, not any more.The other reviews you read here are accurate.
    First, THEY DID SCREW UP THE measuring devices on the face plate that is supposed to ensure a level cut!Because of this, it is almost impossible to achieve a level cut!This seams very consistent with other reviews and I noticed the same thing.This is likely a manufaturing problem as many of the joiners have this same problem.
    Secondly, I found adjusting the depth of the biscut cut very very difficult.Freud says it "pre-sets" the biscut depth at the factory.Well, it was not and my #20 biscut cuts were too shallow.In an attempt to correct this problem, I followed Freud's directions to manually change the depth.This was almost impossible.The "little wrench" they give you to make needed adjustments is too big!!!If I had not had my own tools to fix the problem, the depth could never have been changed!
    Finally, the manual is awful.The pictures are of horrible quality and many points one would think of as important are not included in the manual.
    Oh, one more thing, I don't know what amp motor I have!The box and tool both say it is a 6.5 amp motor but EVERY WEB SITE and even FREUD themselves say the motor is 5 AMPS!
    Needless to say, the product made its way back to the store and I spent $50 more and got the Porter Cable. ... Read more

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    20. Freud BG-009 9" Bevel Gauge
    by Freud
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $19.45
    Asin: B0000225YT
    Sales Rank: 9150
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Use anywhere there are odd angles, such as dovetails and framing
    • Great for transferring inside corner angles to shelves for a perfect fit
    • 9" blued steel blade features a bevel tip for absolute precision in tight situations
    • Solid rosewood handle has brass fittings to protect against damage
    • Covered by Freud's Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars BEVEL GAUGE a must have item
    if you do an type of woodworking this is a must have tool excellant quality great for duplicating angles or cuts easily tranfer an angle of a roof pitch or to keep your cuts uniform...just a great tool you will always wonder how you did without this one in your shop.1001 uses ... Read more

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