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Get Started With Cold Saw Blades
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Cold saw blades are circular-type blades widely used in cold saw machines. They keep the blade cold by dissipating the heat generated in the cutting process into the chip that falls off from the cutting area. Cold saw blades can sustain prolonged use due to its ability to stay cold during cutting. 

The blades are powered by the cold saw motor, and the operator can vary the speed even during the cut while still maintaining the torque. Providing the blade at a steady feed rate will ensure there is virtually no dust, and because there is no heat, the chances of discoloration are practically none.  

A properly maintained cold saw blade should last a long time, even with extensive use. Typically, cold saw blades can endure up to 1,000 cuts before it needs to sharpen. Also, a high-quality cold saw blade can be re-sharpened 40 times during its lifespan. Here are a few tips get the most out of your cold saw blade:

Choose The Correct Blade

Using the wrong blade for a particular material will dull the blade faster and will need to be sharpened quicker. Frequent re-sharpening will shorten the lifespan of the cold saw blade. 

Use a fine-toothed blade for thinner material and a coarser tooth blade for solid or thick-walled material

Properly Install The Cold Saw Blade

Proper installation of the blade is an easy process but requires great attention to detail. Make sure that the clamps and screws and tighten. Also, remove any debris from the saw machine and the spindle to eliminate the possibility of backlash. 

Let The Blade Do The Work

Applying pressure on the material during the cut will not only yield an uneven cut but will also damage the blade and shorten its lifespan. It is important to learn and understand your machine’s speed variations, feed rates, and chip load to get extract the maximum out of your cold saw blades. 

Use Appropriate Lubricants

Even though a cold saw blade can perform without lubricants, but it is highly recommended to lubricate the blade and the cutting material during the cutting process. Using coolants will keep the blade and cutting material cold by removing frictional heat. 

Coolants also wash away any residual chips which help in preventing the blade bonding to the metal surface. 

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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)

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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