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Industrial Saw Blades

There are many different types of industrial saw blades used to cut varying types of materials. One saw blades will not suffice for all projects. Depending upon the material, you need a blade that is sharp enough as well as strong enough to get through the material. Whether it’s aluminium, wood, plywood and MDF, melamine, steel, or laminate, there is a saw that can sufficiently cut that specific material. Additionally, there are different platforms on which these blades can adhere to. There are stationary tables, portable machines, and individual saws. Whether on a job or at your shop, there is a wide range of options when it comes to choosing the right kind of industrial saw blade for whatever job may arise.

Saw Blades for Cutting Wood

The type of saw blades needed for cutting wood is one that can not only cut through thick hard and soft woods, but also when there’s a knot or other tougher obstacles to cut through, the blade can easily slice into it. Additionally, there are blades that make specific kinds of cuts as well as perform various tasks. There are miter saws, cabinet saws, ripping saws, crosscut saws, scoring saws, hollow ground saw blades, as well as a host of other types of blades. Many times a tradesman chooses to have multiple blades available as different projects and tasks can require different cuts as well as stronger blades for slicing or softer blades for more detailed work.

Brands of Saw Blades

There are several major tool companies that manufacture industrial saw blades in addition to the vast assortment of other tools, equipment and supplies they carry. Some of the better known brands that have high quality saw blades include DEWALT, Makita, Milwaukee, Dremel, SKIL, Stanley, Sealey, and Silverline. All of these have excellent saw blades, each of which have slight variations that only specific, individual preferences might notice a difference. These companies also make the necessary blade sizes that most industrial saws require.

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