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A circular dry cut saw blade is designed to make precise cuts on a material at a particular angle. The best circular dry cut saw blades are compatible with high powered machines, are very efficient, and are easily portable.
Circular saw blades are mounted on the arm in the saw machine, which can be pivoted left and right to deliver a precise and quick cut. Precision is the selling factor for dry cut saw blades. The blades are mounted so sturdily that the cut can be fine-tuned to the width of the blade.
With a dry cut saw blade, you can shave off the tiniest bits from your metal surface until you get your perfect dimensions. The stability of the dry cut circular saw blades makes them the safest tools in the power tools category.
Circular Dry Cut Saw Blades: Designed To Multitask With Perfection
A dry cut metal saw enables you to cut mild steel, aluminium, and wood, with a single blade. Dry cut saws outperform abrasive saws as they get the job done much faster. Additionally, one blade can last longer than multiple abrasive discs. Finally, these saws allow you to cut mild steel with no sparks, heat, or burrs.
The size of the blades manufactured at Sawblade.com.au vary from 12 inches in diameter to 15 inches. This range of diameter covers every application of metal cutting.
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
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