How to Choose a Circular Motor

Saw blade on wood 160x20x30 teeth Intertool CT-3016

Saw blade on wood 185x20x18 teeth Intertool CT-3040

Saw blade on wood 185x20x18 teeth Vorel 08828

Saw blade for wood MTX 732789 185x20x36 teeth

Saw blade on wood Yato YT-60634 190x20x24 tooth

Saw blade for wood MTX 732179 190x30x24 tooth

Saw blade for wood MTX 732869 190x30x36 teeth

Saw blade on wood 190x30x40 teeth Intertool CT-3041

Saw blade on wood 190x30x50 teeth Intertool CT-3042

Saw blade for wood 200×25,4×36 teeth Intertool CT-3020

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3023 210х30х40

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3024 210х30х60

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3046 230х30х40

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3047 230х30х60 teeth

Saw blade on wood 235х30х40 teeth Makita B-08523

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3051 250x30x40 teeth

Saw blade on wood Intertool CT-3052 250x30x60 teeth

Circular saw blade for wood 250x32x24 tooth MTX Professional 73265

Saw blade on wood 140x20x16 teeth Vorel 08811

Saw blade on wood 160x20x18 teeth Vorel 08819

Saw blade on wood 160x30x24 tooth Vorel 08820

Saw blade on wood 160x30x36 teeth Vorel 08821

Saw blade on wood 160x20x48 teeth Vorel 08822

Saw blade on wood 184х30х24 tooth Vorel 08825

Additional Information

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You rarely see a craftsman, especially a resident of a private house who would not have been involved in sawing wood. Circular saw, circular saw, trimming, angle cutter, are often present in home workshops and garages, which means the acquisition of new equipment, a matter of time.

Primary processing of wood. cut into blanks. It is carried out by different devices, but everyone has a saw blade with teeth sharpened at the required angle as a working body. They are used when working with: plywood, fiberboard, particleboard, wood (longitudinal and transverse cuts), laminate, non-ferrous metals (usually aluminum).

Model Differences

The performance of the snap depends on: the shape of the teeth; their sharpening; the presence or absence of hard alloy solders (usually tungsten or cobalt carbide).

How to Choose a Circular Motor

There are versions with a very thin body; their advantage over standard ones is a smaller loss on sawdust (narrow cut) and energy consumption, which means that they can use a not very powerful drive.

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Monolithic saw wheels on wood, without soldering, do not differ in a special variety of tooth shapes (sharp and curved). But they are “painlessly” withstand several re-sharpening (and this is possible to do on their own). They are also dulling much faster.

Consumables with small carbide taps at the tips have greater functionality, durability, but they are sharpened only using special equipment.

Packaging Details:

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Outside diameter must clearly correspond to the instrument (the depth of the slot depends on this). A small “spread” in size is allowed, but usually it is ± 5mm (in addition, larger equipment just does not fit under the casing).

Rotational speed should be higher than the speed of the device itself.

Number of teeth. If you take several versions (10, 12, 24 and 40 teeth) of the same 150 mm outer circle size and conduct a test, the result will show that:

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Model with 10 and 12 teeth shows excellent performance; minimum load on the engine and recommended for the implementation of "rough" carpentry. For example, to cut boards (the edge will be with small defects, chips and crevices).
A saw blade with 24 carbide brazed joints will create a higher quality of the resulting surface when machining along and across wood fibers (engine load increases slightly). Recommended for furniture.
A consumable with a large number of cutting elements allows you to get an almost perfect surface like after a planer or milling cutter, without a single chip.

Inexpensive or professional?

With identical at first glance characteristics (outer, diameter, fit, number of teeth), the price of equipment from different manufacturers differs significantly. Professional saw blade:

If you take a good circular saw blade in your hands and look at the light, you will see traces of the grinding tool (small stripes that diverge from the middle). This means that during production, after cutting the case with a laser, each unit was "brought to mind" by grinding. Then calibrated and balanced.

On a cheap consumable, after cutting down from the sheet, they simply weld or solder the solders (in extreme cases, grind the entire sheet before stamping). Remember that the teeth can still be corrected, but the body of the disc itself cannot be restored.