Circular Saw Blades for Metal Cutting
|Questions||HSS Saw Blades||Carbide-Tipped Saw Blades|
|What do they cut?||Mainly used in cutting stainless steels or materials with high mechanical resistance that produce high temperatures in the contact area during the cutting process||Mainly used for cutting brass, copper, aluminum and other non-ferrous material|
|Which machines are they used on?||Used on manual, semi-automatic and automatic cutting alike||Used on semi-automatic and automatic cutting alike|
|What sizes are they available in?||Come in various sizes ranging from 6.89″ – 24″||Come in various sizing|
In order to adapt to your various applications, different tooth shapes are available on each circular saw blade. For best toothing and sharpening results we only use hi-tech CNC machines that solely use CBN Grinding technology. Therefore, we can guarantee the best cutting performance and long blade life.
TecSaw also resharpening your Circular Saw Blades
TecSaw not only offers new circular saw blades but also sharpens and tooths used blades with state-of-the-art technology. The fully automatic CNC-controlled grinding machine is the first of its kind in North America and is equipped with a loading magazin and an optical measuring system.
Circular Sawblades FAQs
What does non-ferrous material mean?
Non-ferrous material is a low weight metal with high conductivity and resistance to corrosion. Some material examples: aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium and zinc. We have many aluminum cutting saw blades available for purchase.
What does ferrous material mean?
Ferrous material contains iron and are mostly used for their tensile strength and durability. Examples of some ferrous metals are: mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron and wrought iron. We have many stainless steel cutting saw blades available.