Circular Saw Blade for Wood

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A circular saw blade for wood is a cutting tool designed specifically for use with a circular saw. It typically consists of a flat, circular disc with sharp teeth along its outer edge. The blade is mounted onto the arbor of the circular saw, and as the saw operates, the blade spins rapidly to cut through wood materials. Circular saw blades for wood are specifically engineered to make efficient and clean cuts in wood, and they come in various sizes and tooth configurations to suit different cutting tasks and wood types. The teeth on the blade are strategically shaped and arranged to ensure smooth and precise cutting while minimizing splintering and tear-out on the wood surface.

1. Tungsten carbide teeth
2. Hardness of blade: HRA88-89
3. Spare Ring: 1pc*1″(25.4mm)
4. For cutting wood
5. Packed by color box

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Uses 

  1. Crosscutting: Circular saw blades are commonly used for making crosscuts, which involve cutting wood across the grain. This is useful for resizing boards or cutting lumber to the desired length.
  2. Ripping: Circular saw blades are employed for ripping, which involves cutting wood along the grain. This is often done to reduce the width of a board or to create strips of wood for various applications.
  3. Miter Cuts: Circular saws equipped with miter guides and appropriate blades are used for making angled cuts, such as miter cuts or bevel cuts. This is essential for tasks like framing, molding, and trim work.
  4. Plywood and Panel Cutting: Circular saws are commonly used to cut large sheet goods, such as plywood and particleboard. Specialized blades with fine teeth are often used for cleaner cuts on these materials.
  5. Framing and Construction: Circular saws equipped with framing blades are widely used in construction for tasks like framing houses, cutting rafters, and other rough carpentry work.
  6. Deck Building: Circular saws are often employed in the construction of decks, where they are used to cut deck boards, joists, and other components.
  7. Trim Work: Fine-toothed circular saw blades are used for precision cuts in trim work, such as baseboards, crown molding, and other decorative elements.
  8. Dado Cuts: Circular saws with dado blades can be used to make wider grooves, or dado cuts, in wood, which is useful for joinery and creating slots for shelves.
  9. Pergolas and Outdoor Structures: Circular saws are used for cutting lumber and beams when building outdoor structures like pergolas, arbors, and similar projects.
  10. DIY Projects: Circular saws are popular among DIY enthusiasts for a wide range of projects, including building furniture, crafting wooden items, and other home improvement tasks.
SKU: AHS86481 Category:

Size

4-1/2″(115MM) 7/8″(22.2MM) 18T,  4-1/2″(115MM) 7/8 (22.2MM) 24T, 4-1/2″(115MM) 7/8″(22.2MM) 40T, 6″(150MM)
7/8″(22.2MM) 40T, 7-1/4″(180MM) 7/8″(22.2MM) 18T, 7-1/4″(180MM) 7/8″(22.2MM) 24T, 7-1/4″(180MM) 7/8″(22.2MM) 40T, 7-1/4″(180MM) 7/8″(22.2MM)60T, 9″(230MM) 1(25.4MM)
24T, 9″(230MM) 1″(25.4MM)40T, 9″(230MM) 1″(25.4MM)60T, 10″(254MM)1″(25.4MM)24T, 10″(254MM)1″(25.4MM)40T, 10″(254MM)1″(25.4MM)60T, 12″(305MM)1″(25.4MM)40T, 12″(305MM)1″(25.4MM)60T, 14″(356MM)1-1/6″(30MM)40T, 16″(406MM)1-1/6″(30MM)40T, 18″(457MM)1-1/6″(30MM)40T, 20″(508MM)1-1/6″(30MM)40T, 10″(254MM)1″(25.4MM)100T, 10″(250MM)1″(25.4MM)60T

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the Manual: Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the user manual for the circular saw. This includes information on proper usage, maintenance, and safety precautions.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris.
    • Use hearing protection since circular saws can be loud.
    • Wear appropriate clothing, including long sleeves, pants, and sturdy, non-slip footwear.
  3. Inspect the Saw:
    • Before use, check the condition of the circular saw, including the blade, guards, and handles. Make sure all components are in good working order.
    • Ensure the blade is sharp and free from damage. Dull or damaged blades can increase the risk of kickback and accidents.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Always secure the workpiece properly before cutting. Use clamps or other appropriate methods to prevent the wood from moving during the cut.
  5. Adjust Blade Depth:
    • Set the blade depth so that it extends just below the thickness of the material being cut. This helps minimize the risk of kickback.
  6. Mark Cut Lines:
    • Mark your cut lines clearly on the wood before starting the cut. This helps guide the saw and ensures accuracy.
  7. Keep Hands Away:
    • Keep your hands and fingers away from the path of the blade. Use push sticks or other tools to guide the wood through the cut, especially when cutting smaller pieces.
  8. Maintain Proper Stance:
    • Stand firmly and maintain a balanced stance. Keep your body to the side of the saw, not directly in line with the blade, to reduce the risk of injury in case of kickback.
  9. Use a Sharp Blade:
    • A sharp blade reduces the likelihood of binding and kickback. Replace or sharpen blades as needed.
  10. Disconnect Power:
    • Before changing the blade, adjusting settings, or performing any maintenance, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental starts.
  11. Follow Kickback Prevention Measures:
    • Be aware of kickback, which can occur when the blade binds in the wood. Maintain a firm grip on the saw, and position yourself to avoid being in the line of kickback.
  12. Work in a Well-lit Area:
    • Ensure you have adequate lighting to see your work and avoid potential hazards.

 

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