With the wide range of saw blades on the market today, choosing the right saw blade for the right cutting material will speed up the workflow. To make the right choice, we can divide by the following criteria:
Number of aliasing
The most important factor in having a good cut is the number of saw teeth. Saws with fewer teeth will cut faster but the surface is not smooth, smooth shank instead saw blades with more teeth, the cuts have a smooth surface, more beautiful but will have a slower cutting speed.
Depending on the type of wood there will be saw blades with the appropriate number of teeth, saw blades with a diameter of 254 mm should choose blades with 24 teeth for sawing wood. And when cutting across the wood grain, you should choose a blade with 60 – 80 teeth to ensure a smooth, beautiful cutting surface.
Currently, serrated includes 3 basic types: straight, staggered, angled.
Straight serrated saws are used in woodworking – for fast cutting.
Staggered slotted sawtooth: applications for saw blades for multi-angle skidding machines – smooth cutting lines.
Chamfered beveled corner: suitable for high compression material, good soft metal cutting.
The distance between the sawtooth
The gap between saw teeth is large, the speed of sawing and cutting takes place faster and vice versa. With these distances, users can control the speed. Multi-purpose chainsaws are designed to suit both cutting and sawing.
Saw blade material
The material that makes the saw blade is also very important, with good materials will be more durable than poor materials. In addition, manufacturers also add an alloy layer on the outside of the surface to reduce friction to create quieter cutting, increase work efficiency and durable over time.