Miter Saw Blades for Trim and Molding

As a trim and molding specialist, you want to create beautiful finished products your customers will love — which is why not just any ordinary cutting tools will do. Regular saw blades often fail to stand up to the wear and tear of your industry's tough applications. They can leave an otherwise beautiful project with splinters or kerf tear-out. If your products' quality is suffering because of your blade's quality, it's time to make the switch to a premium saw blade designed to meet the needs of today's carpenters and contractors.

LUXITE saw blades are ideal for creating flawless trim and molding. You'll immediately notice cleaner cuts, less splintering and longer-lasting durability when you choose one of our 10- or 12-inch circular saw blades for your business.

Why Choose LUXITE 10- and 12-Inch Circular Saw Blades for Trim and Molding?

When you make the switch to a top-quality, American-made saw blade, you can have peace of mind that your trim and molding will hold up to wear and tear for years to come. You won't have to worry about kerf tear-out or frays, and you'll no longer be distracted by excessive vibrations that make it harder to perform your tasks.

LUXITE carbide tip blades are designed to provide cleaner, safer and longer-lasting cuts for many trim and molding applications, including:

  • Door and window casing
  • Crown molding
  • Baseboards
  • Wall frame molding
  • Chair rails
  • Wainscoting

Our 10- and 12-inch blades for trim and molding are available for all of today's major manufacturers, including DeWalt, Makita, Grizzly, Powertec, Skil, Craftsman and more. No matter which saw you own, you can enjoy the unique benefits of some of the top blades in the industry.

Which Saw Blades Are Best for Trim and Molding?

You can use either crosscut blades or combination blades for trim and molding applications. Each one offers unique advantages to help you make the most of your projects and deliver a sleek, clean-cut final product. In case you're not sure which saw blade to use, here are some of the main differences between the two:

  • Crosscut blades: Crosscut blades are specially crafted to cut across the wood grain smoothly. The high 60 to 80 tooth count provides sharp edges and precise cuts across various materials, including both soft and hardwoods.
  • Combination blades: Combination blades combine the best qualities of crosscut and rip blades. If you find yourself both crosscutting and ripping boards throughout the day, you'll be happy to know that these blades can withstand both applications with ease. They can prevent you from having to switch between saws throughout the day or buy multiple blades for different uses.

Order Your LUXITE 10- or 12-Inch Saw Blades for Trim and Molding

The right saw blades can give you peace of mind and increased confidence that you're performing your trim and molding tasks to the best of your ability. LUXITE saw blades are manufactured by one of the oldest and most trusted names in the industry and are exclusively crafted to perform better and last longer for many projects to come.

Make the switch today and see just how effective your LUXITE saw blade can be in your trim and molding jobs — order now and treat yourself to the industry's best circular saw blades along with exceptional customer service. Contact us for more information or help placing your order.