Circular saw blades come in many varieties. Tim Carter of AsktheBuilder.com explains which saw blades are designed for different
cuts. Find the right circular saw blade for your cuts and get the job done right with these tips.
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Circular Saw Blades are not all created equal. Hi I am Tim Carter.
If you want perfect cuts every time, you have got to put the right blade in your circular saw. There are many different types of circular saw blades. Some are meant to cut rough wood. Others can cut plastic or metal and some are designed to cut ceramic tiles, stone or brick.
Some circular saw blades have no teeth at all but they have got small little bits of diamond in the edge of the blade. Some blades with multiple fine teeth do a great job of cutting plywood with few splinters. A blade with 30 or more Carbide teeth can often cut thin metal and rough lumber.
A circular saw blade with less than 18 Carbide teeth is designed to make rough cuts in framing lumber. Remember match the right saw blade for your job.