Metal Cutting Disc 136 165mm Carbide Tipped Saw Blade
For dry-cutting metals on so called ”dry-cutter“ machines. Thanks to an extreme wear resistant carbidefrom Japan the tool life is extended considerably. Suitable for metals.
Package & Shipping:
- Free shipping all over the world
- 1pc Circular Saw Blade
- To Korea, Japan : it takes about 7-10 days
- To USA, CA, Spain, France, Poland, Belgium, Portugal, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Netherlands: it takes about 12 - 20days
- To other European countries and Ukraine,Belarus,Russian Federation: it takes about 15-30 days
- To other countries: it takes about 20-35 days
- Type: Circular Saw Blade
- Material: Tungsten Carbide Steel
- Diameter: 136/165mm
- Bore: 20mm
- Kerf: 1.5mm
- Plate: 1.2mm
- No. of Teeth: 30/40T
BEST METAL-CUTTING CIRCULAR SAW BLADES
A metal-cutting blade in a circular saw can make short work of all kinds of jobs, from light-duty tasks like trimming pipework or aluminum siding to heavy-duty cutting of angle iron or steel framework.
There are numerous different devices for doing these jobs, too, from handheld multi-tools to benchtop chop saws, so the range of metal-cutting circular saw blades is extensive, and that’s before you start looking at blade materials, the type of metals they’re designed to cut, or the number and profile of the teeth.
Choosing the right blade for the job is far from straightforward and getting it wrong can result in poor performance at best and the possibility of your work being ruined at worst.
Circular Metal Cutting Blade Tips:
- Double-check the blade. Before you start cutting metal, make sure that you’ve fitted the correct blade. If you have several metal-cutting circular saw blades for different tasks, it’s easy to make a mistake.
- Wear protective gear. Metal chips and shavings (swarf) can be very hot and are usually sharp. A face shield is a good investment, but at the very least wear some kind of eye protection and ear protection — metal cutting is loud! Sleeves should be long to protect your forearms. Overalls or a shop coat are a good idea, as are gloves where practical.
- Remove flammable items. Make sure there’s nothing flammable nearby, particularly in home workshops where you also do woodworking. Sweep and clear up before you start.
- Clamp the work securely. Also allow the workpiece to cool down before moving it.
- Check that you have complete freedom of movement. If you’re using a handheld circular saw, make sure you can move freely enough to complete the cut, and beware of the cable snagging.