• Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
  • Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
  • Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
  • Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
  • Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
  • Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1
Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1

Cmt 219.090.12 Industrial Sliding Compound Miter & Radial Saw Blade, 12 Inch X 90 Teeth 4/30â° Atb+1

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  • For fine finish crosscuts. The 5 negative hook limits splintering and "climbing".
  • Use on radial arm saws & sliding compound miter saws for cutting soft/hardwood, plywood & laminates.
  • 0.118 kerf thickness, 0.098 plate thickness, -5 hook angle, 4ATB + 1 trapezoidal tooth Grind.
  • Micrograin carbide teeth to last longer and deliver smooth cuts.
  • Non-Stick PTFE Coating keeps blade running cool, reduces pitch buildup, protects against corrosion.

Customer Reviews

Finally a good compound miter blade I have used Freud blades (60 tooth) for my Bosch 10" compound miter saw for the past several years and I thought the cut was acceptable. I bought this CMT 80 tooth on sale and WOW.....what a difference a few teeth and grind can make! The cut is cleaner and barely noticeabe with little or no blade chatter. It's a keeper!I bought another so that when I send the first out for sharpening, I'll have another to use in the meantime. 5Fantastic miter saw blade! The best part of this blade is the cutting angle that prevents the saw from grabbing and pulling forward. After doing much research on this topic I opted to buy one for my saw at home. Wow what a difference! Perfect cuts every time and no grabbing of the work piece which is quite dangerous. The blades stay sharp for along periods and rival other well known brands. I buy these exclusively now for work and home use. 5A real work horse I first purchased this blade for my home use radial arm saw at least 8 years ago...it has been in the saw so long I have forgotten. After many, many, many projects, including a very large pool fence, stairs and deck made from Ipe, it finally started to struggle with some wide 6/4 European Beech which is actually harder than Eastern Maple. My locally sharpening service is good but slow and since they charge per tooth I figured I would just replace it for now. The new blade is almost identical in markings to the old and it is actually marked "Compound Miter and Radial" (like my existing one) and not as "Melamine and Laminate" as in the product image. I fully expect the new blade to be every bit as reliable and long-lived as the old one which still cuts fine for softer materials. 5great for what it was made for great blade for plywood, mdf, melamine with PB or mdf core... hardwood... not so much... but that is not what it was made for so I dont hold it against it. 4After just finishing a porch done in Ipe I am still amazed at how well this blade still I have used this blade for the past 1 1/2 years. I am a professional finish carpenter and use this blade sometime every day and I can say its worth the price. After just finishing a porch done in Ipe I am still amazed at how well this blade still cuts 5WOW! I purchased this blade along with a new Dewalt DW717 miter saw. I cut a piece of oak with the Dewalt blade that came with the saw and it was a horrible mess. After the cut the blade rang like a bell. We then put this one on and I'm pretty sure I heard angels singing in the background! What a blade! Absolutely smooth cuts, no grabbing or pulling, no tear out. There was no ring after the cut (no vibration) as there had been with the Dewalt blade. The CMT cut so well that even my son said "did it actually cut the wood?" The only way we could tell was the sawdust. I've used a lot of blades over the years in many different miter saws and this is definitely the best ever. I've never had one that cut this smooth and had no tear out. 5Nice Blade, But Not Best For Splinter Free Crosscuts In Plywood This is a very nice, surgically sharp, full kerf blade. In my sliding compound miter saw it plows right through MDF and primed, finger-jointed trim with ease and relatively little noise. Despite having 60 teeth, the wide kerf and triple chip ground teeth unfortunately make this blade unacceptable for ultra clean crosscuts of prefinished hardwood mouldings and hardwood veneer plywood. It creates such bad top-splintering in 3/4" veneer ply that I am forced to cut that type of stock upside down to obtain a very clean cut.I'm going to purchase Freud's thin kerf 'Diablo' 60 tooth ATB blade next, and hopefully its lack of flat-topped teeth will improve the quality of my cuts in those splinter-prone materials. 4Amazing Perfect clean cuts 5Smooth as Glass We use this blade (we have several) to cut ALL of our unit blocks to an accuracy of less than 5/1000 of an inch. Works great with a smooth as glass cut on a Dewalt 10" Sliding Miter Saw. If you don't get a perfect cut, then someone dropped or bent the blade. Look for puncture marks from a bent tooth in the cardboard sleeve to see if it was damaged before you received it.Carolina Pratt Unit Blocks[...] 5High Quality Cuts like a hot knife through butter and leaves a very fine edge. 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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Description
  • For fine finish crosscuts. The 5 negative hook limits splintering and "climbing".
  • Use on radial arm saws & sliding compound miter saws for cutting soft/hardwood, plywood & laminates.
  • 0.118 kerf thickness, 0.098 plate thickness, -5 hook angle, 4ATB + 1 trapezoidal tooth Grind.
  • Micrograin carbide teeth to last longer and deliver smooth cuts.
  • Non-Stick PTFE Coating keeps blade running cool, reduces pitch buildup, protects against corrosion.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Finally a good compound miter blade I have used Freud blades (60 tooth) for my Bosch 10" compound miter saw for the past several years and I thought the cut was acceptable. I bought this CMT 80 tooth on sale and WOW.....what a difference a few teeth and grind can make! The cut is cleaner and barely noticeabe with little or no blade chatter. It's a keeper!I bought another so that when I send the first out for sharpening, I'll have another to use in the meantime. 5Fantastic miter saw blade! The best part of this blade is the cutting angle that prevents the saw from grabbing and pulling forward. After doing much research on this topic I opted to buy one for my saw at home. Wow what a difference! Perfect cuts every time and no grabbing of the work piece which is quite dangerous. The blades stay sharp for along periods and rival other well known brands. I buy these exclusively now for work and home use. 5A real work horse I first purchased this blade for my home use radial arm saw at least 8 years ago...it has been in the saw so long I have forgotten. After many, many, many projects, including a very large pool fence, stairs and deck made from Ipe, it finally started to struggle with some wide 6/4 European Beech which is actually harder than Eastern Maple. My locally sharpening service is good but slow and since they charge per tooth I figured I would just replace it for now. The new blade is almost identical in markings to the old and it is actually marked "Compound Miter and Radial" (like my existing one) and not as "Melamine and Laminate" as in the product image. I fully expect the new blade to be every bit as reliable and long-lived as the old one which still cuts fine for softer materials. 5great for what it was made for great blade for plywood, mdf, melamine with PB or mdf core... hardwood... not so much... but that is not what it was made for so I dont hold it against it. 4After just finishing a porch done in Ipe I am still amazed at how well this blade still I have used this blade for the past 1 1/2 years. I am a professional finish carpenter and use this blade sometime every day and I can say its worth the price. After just finishing a porch done in Ipe I am still amazed at how well this blade still cuts 5WOW! I purchased this blade along with a new Dewalt DW717 miter saw. I cut a piece of oak with the Dewalt blade that came with the saw and it was a horrible mess. After the cut the blade rang like a bell. We then put this one on and I'm pretty sure I heard angels singing in the background! What a blade! Absolutely smooth cuts, no grabbing or pulling, no tear out. There was no ring after the cut (no vibration) as there had been with the Dewalt blade. The CMT cut so well that even my son said "did it actually cut the wood?" The only way we could tell was the sawdust. I've used a lot of blades over the years in many different miter saws and this is definitely the best ever. I've never had one that cut this smooth and had no tear out. 5Nice Blade, But Not Best For Splinter Free Crosscuts In Plywood This is a very nice, surgically sharp, full kerf blade. In my sliding compound miter saw it plows right through MDF and primed, finger-jointed trim with ease and relatively little noise. Despite having 60 teeth, the wide kerf and triple chip ground teeth unfortunately make this blade unacceptable for ultra clean crosscuts of prefinished hardwood mouldings and hardwood veneer plywood. It creates such bad top-splintering in 3/4" veneer ply that I am forced to cut that type of stock upside down to obtain a very clean cut.I'm going to purchase Freud's thin kerf 'Diablo' 60 tooth ATB blade next, and hopefully its lack of flat-topped teeth will improve the quality of my cuts in those splinter-prone materials. 4Amazing Perfect clean cuts 5Smooth as Glass We use this blade (we have several) to cut ALL of our unit blocks to an accuracy of less than 5/1000 of an inch. Works great with a smooth as glass cut on a Dewalt 10" Sliding Miter Saw. If you don't get a perfect cut, then someone dropped or bent the blade. Look for puncture marks from a bent tooth in the cardboard sleeve to see if it was damaged before you received it.Carolina Pratt Unit Blocks[...] 5High Quality Cuts like a hot knife through butter and leaves a very fine edge. 5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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