Introduce The Cutting Of TCT Circular Saw Blades

  • TCT circular saw blades have different designs, which can cut steel, thin steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and wood. The difference in each design depends on the number of teeth, tooth profile, and cemented carbide material.

    The scientific arrangement of saw blade heads makes the life of the saw blade longer and the cutting process more stable. Saw blade with 0° inclination of serration: dedicated to cutting steel. Saw blade with 7° inclination of serrations: dedicated to cutting softer materials (such as aluminum).

    Specially designed trochoid convex teeth: used for cutting various steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. (All the saw teeth share the cutting load so that the life of the saw blade is the longest, and the strength of each cutter head is also maximized) The saw blade cuts faster and there is almost no frictional resistance when cutting steel, iron, and stainless steel. The cutting process does not transfer heat. During the demonstration of saw blade operation, we asked some viewers to touch the edge of the newly cut metal. They were very surprised because the edge of the metal was still at room temperature. The reason was the hard alloy blade. The unique metallurgical forming method enables only minimal heat transfer to the saw blade substrate.

    All tools have their unique advantages, so the extra long wood drill bit naturally has its performance characteristics.