Circular Saw Blade for Aluminium(total)

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A circular saw blade for aluminum is a cutting tool specifically designed for use with a circular saw to cut through aluminum materials. It features specialized teeth and design elements to optimize the cutting process for aluminum, which has different characteristics compared to wood or other materials. These blades typically have a high tooth count, often with specially shaped teeth, and may incorporate coatings or materials that reduce heat buildup during cutting. The goal is to provide efficient and clean cuts through aluminum while minimizing the risk of overheating or material deformation.

1. Longitudinal and transversal cutting
2. Tungsten carbide teeth
3. Ideal for Aluminium cutting

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Uses 

  1. Metal Fabrication:
    • Cutting aluminum sheets, plates, and extrusions in metal fabrication shops.
    • Creating precise cuts for the assembly of aluminum structures and components.
  2. Construction:
    • Trimming and cutting aluminum profiles for windows, doors, and other architectural elements.
    • Cutting aluminum pipes and tubes for construction projects.
  3. Automotive Industry:
    • Fabricating aluminum components for vehicles.
    • Trimming and cutting aluminum parts in the repair and maintenance of automobiles.
  4. Aerospace Industry:
    • Precision cutting of aluminum sheets and panels for aircraft construction.
    • Manufacturing components for aerospace applications that require lightweight and durable materials.
  5. DIY and Home Improvement:
    • Cutting aluminum gutters, pipes, and other materials in home improvement projects.
    • Crafting custom aluminum pieces for DIY projects.
  6. Signage and Display:
    • Cutting aluminum sheets for the fabrication of signs and displays.
    • Creating custom shapes and designs for advertising purposes.
  7. Manufacturing of Consumer Goods:
    • Cutting aluminum parts for the production of various consumer goods.
    • Fabricating aluminum components used in appliances, electronics, and other consumer products.
  8. Boat Building:
    • Cutting aluminum sheets and profiles for the construction of boat hulls and structures.
    • Creating custom components for marine applications.
  9. Metalworking Workshops:
    • General cutting tasks in metalworking workshops where aluminum is a commonly used material.
    • Customizing aluminum pieces for specific applications.

 

SKU: AHS39419 Category:

Size

305mm (12″) 120T,
Arbor:30mm
16mm and 25.4mm ring.

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Safety glasses or goggles: Protect your eyes from potential debris or metal shavings.
    • Hearing protection: Aluminum cutting can produce noise, so wear earplugs or earmuffs.
    • Gloves: Use appropriate gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges and metal chips.
    • Respirator: If cutting produces a significant amount of dust or fumes, use a respirator to avoid inhalation.
  2. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the aluminum workpiece is securely clamped or otherwise properly secured before cutting.
    • Use a stable work surface or workbench to provide a solid foundation.
  3. Check and Adjust Blade Depth:
    • Set the blade depth to the thickness of the aluminum material to be cut.
    • Avoid excessive blade exposure, as it can increase the risk of accidents.
  4. Choose the Right Blade:
    • Use a circular saw blade specifically designed for cutting aluminum.
    • Ensure the blade is sharp and in good condition.
  5. Adjust Saw Speed:
    • Adjust the saw’s speed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations for cutting aluminum.
    • Operating at the correct speed helps maintain control and prevent overheating.
  6. Mind Cutting Speed:
    • Avoid forcing the saw through the material; let the blade cut at its own pace.
    • Excessive force can lead to kickbacks or blade binding.
  7. Use Proper Techniques:
    • Keep a firm grip on the saw with both hands, maintaining control throughout the cut.
    • Stand to the side of the material, not directly in the line of the blade.
    • Be aware of the saw’s movement and potential kickback.
  8. Clear the Workspace:
    • Remove any unnecessary items or debris from the cutting area.
    • Keep the workspace organized to avoid tripping hazards.
  9. Work in a Well-Ventilated Area:
    • If cutting produces fumes or dust, work in a well-ventilated area or use proper dust extraction equipment.
  10. Disconnect Power:
    • Before making any adjustments or changing the blade, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental starts.
  11. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for both the circular saw and the aluminum cutting blade.

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