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Drycut Saw Blades

Drycut saws are power driven, and the blade moves up and down. This type of saw is useful for both wood and metal, especially for intricate cutting and maneuvering, and has a unique ability to make pierce cuts.

The finish of the cut you make with a drycut saw is clean and smooth, and there are controls to adjust the speed of the blade. One of the downsides of the drycut saw is that they are often noisy.

Be aware that drycut saws come in different sizes, usually ranging from 12 to 30 inches, so select based on what will suit the job you are doing.

Next up, you need to select the type of drycut saw blade for your work. Metal and woodwork require differing blades. The blades come in skip tooth, double skip tooth, reversed tooth and diamond blades.

The one you see regularly is the general skip tooth, where there is one tooth, a gap, then another tooth. Similarly with the double skip tooth, where there are two teeth, a gap, then two more teeth. The reversed tooth saw blade is a bit different in that there are two different sections – an upper and a lower. There are the normal teeth in the upper section, and pointed or reversed teeth in the lower. Diamond drycut saw blades are blades with a diamond coated blade edge.

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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)

Length is not correct, changed to maximum allow length.

4. Select the TPI (Teeth Per Inch)

The number of teeth per inch (TPI) defines the pitch of the blade and can vary from 1 to 32 tpi.

On some blades there are different pitches on the same blade. You must select the correct tpi for the thickness of material you are cutting. If the corrrect tpi is not chosen the blade life will be dramatically shortened.

The general rule of thumb is: For wood and soft materials aim ffor 3-6 teeth in the work piece.

The number of teeth per inch (TPI) defines the pitch of the blade.

On some blades there are different pitches on the same blade. You must select the correct tpi for the thickness of material you are cutting. If the corrrect tpi is not chosen the blade life will be dramatically shortened.

Please use the following guide to select the correct tooth selection.









5. Select the Quantity of Blades

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