QSaw© Quartz Multipurpose Tungsten Carbide Tipped Blades are made for premium quality and performance. Designed specifically for QSaw©, these blades are an invaluable addition to any home workshop. These circular saw blades are designed to cut various types of wood, like lumber, plywood, softwood, hardwood, panels and laminates. They come in a variety of sizes and can be made of various materials to accommodate different uses.
Applications for the QSaw© Quartz Carbide Tipped Blade
Sawblade.com offers a huge selection of QSaw© Quartz carbide tipped circular saw blades for all applications including general purpose wood cutting.
There are several things to consider before buying a woodworking circular saw blade: Always consider the diameter needed, the kerf, and the arbor size. The type of wood to be cut is also important (see the types of blades list on www.Sawblade.com ). Also, consider whether you want any sort of coating on your blade. Many blades are coated to prevent corrosion and wear while maximizing blade performance.
Understanding Circular Saw Blades
Understanding a little about the anatomy of a saw blade can help further narrow your search. Many saw blades are designed to provide best results in a particular cutting operation. You can get specialized blades for ripping lumber, cross cutting lumber, cutting veneered plywood and panels, cutting laminates and plastics, cutting melamine and non-ferrous metals. There also are general purpose and combination blades, which are designed to work well when performing two or more types of cuts. Combination blades are designed to crosscut and rip. General-purpose blades are designed to make all types of cuts, including in plywood, laminated wood and melamine.
What a blade does best is determined, in part, by the number of teeth, the size of gullet, the number of teeth and the hook angle — the angle of the tooth. Choosing the best blade to cut your material is essential for your business. Sawblade.com offers a variety of QSaw© Quartz circular saw blades that resolve your cutting needs. Just visit us at www.sawblade.com.