Circular Saw Blades 

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What are Circular Saw Blades?

circular saw blades are circular discs that have teeth around the edge and can cut different materials using a forward motion. Circular saw blades can be fitted to various power saws, such as circular saws, miter saws, table saws, etc., depending on the material being cut and the size of the tool.

Circular saw blades come in different sizes, materials, and types, depending on the type of material and cut you want to achieve.

What are the different types of circular saw blades?

  • Wood-cutting blades, which have large and sharp teeth that can cut through wood and wood products, such as plywood and chipboard.
  • Metal-cutting blades, which have small and fine teeth that can cut through metal and metal products, such as pipes and sheet metal.
  • Masonry-cutting blades, which have abrasive particles that can cut through masonry materials, such as concrete, brick, and stone.
  • Multi-material blades, which have a combination of teeth and abrasive particles that can cut through various materials, such as wood, metal, plastic, etc.
  • Dado blades, which are a set of blades that can cut grooves or slots in wood for joinery purposes.
How to keep Circular Saw Blade last for long time?

  • Use the right blade for the right material. Different types of circular saw blades are designed for different types of materials, such as wood, metal, masonry, etc. Using the wrong blade for the wrong material can cause the blade to wear out faster or damage the material.
  • Use proper lubrication when cutting metal. Lubrication helps to reduce friction and heat, which can cause the blade to glaze over or lose its sharpness. Lubrication also improves the quality of the cut and the life of the blade.
  • Secure the material before cutting. Clamping down the material well can prevent it from vibrating or spinning, which can create unnecessary work for the blade. Clamping also ensures a safer and more accurate cut.
  • Use the entire blade when cutting. Allowing the blade to reach as far out of the saw as possible and using a straight edge to guide the cut can expand the surface area of the blade being used and spread the work more evenly across the entire blade instead of just the edge.
  • Clean the blade properly after each use. You should clean the blade with a soft brush and a gentle solvent to remove any dirt or debris that may have accumulated on the blade. This can prevent corrosion and rust, which can affect the quality and life of the blade.