-Blade Diameter: The diameter of the blade determines the maximum depth of cut. Larger blades can cut deeper but require more power to spin.
-Teeth Count: The number of teeth on the blade determines how smooth the cut will be. More teeth produce a smoother cut, while fewer teeth remove material more quickly.
-Tooth Shape: The shape of the tooth affects how the blade cuts through the material. Some common tooth shapes include ATB (Alternate Top Bevel), TCG (Triple Chip Grind), and FTG (Flat Top Grind).
-Kerf: The kerf is the width of the cut produced by the blade. A wider kerf removes more material, but also produces more waste.
Choosing the Right Circular Saw Blade
Choosing the right circular saw blade is the key to achieving clean, precise cuts. There are two main factors to consider when choosing a blade.
-Material. This includes the material of the circular saw blade itself and the material that needs to be cut. Our diamond blades are versatile and suitable for a wide range of material cutting applications.
-Blade characteristics. Circular saw blades have different characteristics, such as number of teeth and shape. Different blade sizes will produce different cuts and may also have different requirements in terms of mounting.