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Circular saw blades are widely in use by numerous professional metal and woodworkers. Using a circular saw blade, these machines used circular rotary motion to cut many materials with ease. You simply need to choose the correct blade suited for your application and this article will help you achieve exactly that.
Circular Saw Blades: The Most Versatile Tools In Any Shop
The types of materials a circular saw blade can cut, but are not limited to:
- Hardwood and softwood lumber
- Plywood and manufactured panels
- Plastic laminate and laminate flooring
- Light-gauge steel
- Vinyl and aluminium siding
- Wood siding
- Natural stone
- Concrete blocks and pavers
- Ceramic tiles, quarry tiles, and terra cotta roof tiles
- PVC and ABS plumbing pipes
Designed To Perfection
The same tool may have the power to cut plywood or concrete, but it can only do each job if it has the right blade. There is a different choice of the blade for different applications. They are designed and engineered for a specific cut and may not work well with other types of material.
For example, Crosscutting blades aren’t to be used on making rip cuts. It is inappropriate to use incorrect blades for certain materials because they are not sufficient to cut the certain material and can even cause damage both on the material and the blade; always use the most appropriate blade for the given material.
Delivering Versatile Blades All Across Australia
Blades manufactured at Sawblade.com.au are suitable for cutting Mild Steels, Structural Steels, Stainless Steels, Aluminium, Alloys, Copper, and Brass.
We manufacture blades to suit all cold saw machines including Thomas, Brobo, Soco, Hafco, Metalmaster, Steelmaster, MACC.
Based in Hamilton, VIC, at Sawblade.com.au, orders are shipped the next day with our estimated delivery time for orders within VIC is an astonishing 1 day. We take 2 days for orders from NSW, ACT and SA and 3 days for TAS and QLD.
5 Easy Steps to Build Your Own Sawblade
2. Great job, now select the Width
3. Select the Length (mm) (Round up to the Closest Increment)(Round up to the Closest Increment)
3. Now Enter the Exact Length in (mm) (Made to your Order)
4. Select the TPI (Teeth Per Inch)
5. Select the Quantity of Blades
Order Your Blade