Dewalt saw blades for table & miter saws
Engineered to withstand daily job site abuse, DEWALT’s yellow-rim construction blades now come in a complete lineup ranging in size from 5 3/8″ to 12″. Several hook angle and tooth configurations are available for cutting softwood, hardwood, chipboard, pressure treated, plywood, wet lumber, and even aluminum.
The special yellow-rim coating on the saw blade reduces friction and gum-up. Each Dewalt blade is individually computer balanced to provide greater cutting accuracy and better finish. An exclusive wedge shoulder design puts more steel behind each carbide tip for superior durability, while the thin kerf allows for fast, smooth cutting with minimal material waste. In addition, the yellow rim makes the blade easier to see when moving through the cut. Suggested retail price ranges from $39 – 59 for the 10″ blades, and from $49 – 59 for the 12″ blades.
Scroll saw blades, from Olson, Dremel & Flying Dutchman
Finding replacement scroll saw blades may sound simple but there are many options to choose from. It’s important to be aware of every type of scroll saw blade, so you can find the best blade for the job.
The selection of scroll saw blades available includes, Shark Skip Tooth, Olson Precision Reverse, Eberle Single Tooth, Olson Single Skip Tooth and the Galaxy Skip Tooth blades.
Shark Skip Tooth blades – evenly spaced teeth designed for quick and efficient, clean cutting. The Shark blades are 5 inches in length.
Olson Precision Reverse blades – designed for smooth, clean cutting. Olson blades last 4 to 5 times longer that other blade types. These scroll saw blades are 5 inches in length.
Flying Dutchman (Spiral flat/end scroll saw blades) – come in 5 inches long and sizes range from 1, 3, & 5.
Dremel offers a few different scroll saw types including, pin-end , plain-end scroll saw , metal piercing and spiral scroll
You can find all the manufacturers listed above through www.mytoolstore.com or a few other online tool merchants. Compare prices online to local hardware stores and compare the savings.
All the blades listed above can be used with, Biesemeyer, Black & Decker BT4000, Bosch, Craftsman (21610, 21620, 23558, 21636, 21616, 24636, 24636, 40-680K), Delta (40-570, SS350, 40-530, 40-540, 40-680, SS200, 40-560), DeWalt, Dremel, Grizzly, Hitachi, Makita SJ401, Power Tool Spec, Powermatic 95, Ryobi (SC155, SC165VS), Skil 3333 and Tradesman 8366SL.
Carbide circular saw blades
Circular saw blades are the heart of a power saw, but sometimes they need sharpening or replacing. You should know the size of circular saw blade, that you plan on purchasing.
Sizes vary from, 4 1/2″, 5-1/2″, 6″, 7 1/4″, 9″, 10-1/4″, 12″ and they can be found for all the top brand names such as, Black & Decker, Delta, Bosch, Bostitch, David White, Craftsman, DeWalt, Dremel, Grizzly, Hitachi, Ingersoll-Rand, Sears, Jet, Chicago electric, Leatherman, Makita, Milwaukee, MK Diamond, Occidental Leather, Panasonic, Porter-Cable, Powermatic, Ryobi, Senco, Skil, Stanley, Wagner and Zircon.
A great place to find any type of tungsten carbide tipped circular saw blade is online. Online tool merchants offer cheap discount prices on all type of carbide tipped saw blades for circular, table and reciprocating saws.
Diamond saw blades, for concrete, brick, stone & tile
If you are looking for a saw with precision tolerance, self-sharpening characteristics, and consistent reliability, then look no further than the Diamond saw blades. Saw blades from Diamond have ultra thin diamond grinding wheels that are designed to last longer, chip less, run cooler and cut with closer tolerances than any other blade on the market. The power Diamond saw blades are used are very popular for use on scroll and band saws, for commercial and industrial applications. Choose from sizes ranging from 4 1/2, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 14 inches.
The MK 159686 DX-10 14 inch is a concrete Diamond saw that is designed for the CX-3 concrete saw. It has a laser welded, dry cutting segmented rim diamond blade that is perfect for cutting cured concrete.
You can find other Diamond MK blade saw that comes in 7 inch Plank Kutter, Wet Dia Hot Dog, Masonry, Asphalt, Wet Cutting and the 99 Diamond MK series which comes in Turbo, Segmented, 4 and 7 inch Turbo, and inchWet/Dry Tile Bld. blades. The Diamond scroll saw blades come in models 153252, MK-304D, MK-62G-135715, MK-415, MK-225-158435, MK-225, MK-62M-135665, MK-225, MK-404CR-154034,157511 MK-415, MK-414D-137349, 139311 MK-215, MK-414D-140251Z, and 128074 MK-215.
Metal cutting blades
DEWALT’s new dry cut metal cutting blades for ferrous, non-ferrous and stainless steel materials last up to 40 times longer than abrasive wheels and cut up to 8 times faster than portable band saws without snagging or creating burrs.
Made with specially formulated carbide and titanium for long life, these metal cutting saw blades are ideal for cutting pipe, threaded rod, tubing, angle iron and other materials using dry cut metal-cutting saws.
Compared with abrasive cutting wheels, DEWALT’s metal-cutting blades have more cutting capacity and a clean, accurate, burr-free finish that eliminates the need for grinding or hand filing. In addition, material is cool to the touch after the cut and can be handled immediately.
The new metal blades include:
12″ and 14″ Heavy Gauge Metal Blades for cutting 1/8″ to ¼” section, and 2″ solid material
14″ Light Gauge Metal Blades for cutting 25-gauge to 1/8″ section
12″ and 14″ Stainless Steel Blades for cutting 26-gauge to 3/16″ section, and 1″ solid material
The Heavy Gauge Metal Cutting Blade can make up to 2,400 cuts on 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” x ¼” angle iron before needing to be resharpened.
For cutting thinner metals, DEWALT’s Light Gauge Metal Blade has an innovative tooth and gullet design to prevent material from snagging on the blade.
For stainless steel cutting, resin-filled slots in the Stainless Steel Blades dampen vibration to ensure a clean, accurate finish with maximum blade longevity.
Optimized for use with DEWALT’s Multi-Cutter Saw (DW872), all the blades have a standard 1-inch round arbor and will fit saws made by other manufacturers. Prices range from about $100 to $200, depending on the blade.