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Circular Saw Blades

The materials from which saw blades are manufactured play a significant role in the life and performance of the blade. There are several material types you will commonly see:

  • Steel blades are inexpensive and work well for cutting softwood, but they dull quickly in hardwood.
  • High-speed steel blades (HSS) are harder than steel blades and stay sharper longer.
  • Carbide blades have carbide tips attached to their teeth. They're more expensive than other blades but stay sharp much longer than steel or high-speed steel.
  • Diamond blades use diamond-tipped teeth designed for cutting ceramic tile, glass and concrete.
  • Abrasive blades are made of rough material and are for cutting concrete, brick, cinder block and other masonry materials and metals.

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