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Festool 495377 160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48 Tooth Fine Saw Blade

Model#: FESN495377
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Festool saw blades are engineered and designed for cutting efficiency, long life and superior cutting results. The carbide tipped Fine Tooth Cross-Cut Saw blade for the TS 55 Plunge Cut Saw is an excellent blade for smooth cross-cutting in veneered plywood, sheet goods, melamine, and soft and hard woods. The blade incorporates an ATB (Alternating Top Bevel) tooth design allowing the blade to cut alternately to the left and right, generating a more efficient and cleaner cut in all types of wood.
This thin kerf blade design meets less resistance for more efficient cutting and produces less material waste. Laser cut expansion slots reduce vibration for faster and quieter cutting. An over sized 20mm arbor enables more secure fastening of the blade to the saw, further reducing vibration.
Features:
  • Tungsten-carbide, ATB saw blade for fine cross cuts in sheet goods, melamine, hard and soft woods
  • Fits TS 55 EQ and ATF 55 E
Includes:
  • 160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48T Fine Saw Blade - 495377

Specifications

Blade Type: Sheet goods, melamine, hard and soft wood
Diameter: 6-1/4 in. (160mm)
Grind Type: ATB
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Teeth: 48

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Festool160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48 Tooth Fine Saw Blade
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Cuts fast (3)
  • Good design (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

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3.0

. You own festool saw gotta have these blades...really

By Cash(no need for a nickname) Pyle

from Modesto, CA

About Me Professional

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Cuts Fast
  • Good Design
  • Smooth Cuts

Cons

  • Dulls Quickly

Best Uses

  • Home Improvement
  • In The Field
  • In The Workshop
  • Replacement

Comments about 160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48 Tooth Fine Saw Blade:

Expensive. But if you invested in festool you have no choice you have to have it. They work they are good. Do they last I don't know. I used my first blade a handful of times then it dulled out but I was cutting white oak 3/4" and maple 3/4" think material. About 300' Ln feet of cutting.

 
5.0

Must be great

By Wood-Squirrel

from Orlando, FL

About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Cuts Fast
  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Keeps Its Edge
  • Safe
  • Sharp

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • In The Field
    • In The Workshop
    • Replacement
    • Upgrade

    Comments about 160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48 Tooth Fine Saw Blade:

    I bought it thinking the standard blade wouldnt be up to par. But since my cuts have been clean with the standard blade I have yet to use it. I am sure it must be fanstastic

     
    5.0

    Stellar TS-55 Blade

    By sjdehner

    from Washington

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Cuts Fast
    • Durable
    • Good Design
    • Keeps Its Edge
    • Safe
    • Sharp

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about 160mm x 2.2mm x 20mm 48 Tooth Fine Saw Blade:

        Excellent for plywood. Used while building my house. The quality of this blade is almost unbelievable and provides stellar clean cuts. No burning. Stays sharp. Festool blades are the ONLY blades I use in my Festool saws. Note: this blade (20mm) is for the TS-55 circular saw; the TS-75 requires the larger blade (40mm), also available.

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