Bestselling Circular Saw Blades in 2020
Freud D0760X Diablo Ultra Finish Saw Blade ATB 7-1/4-Inch by 60t 5/8-Inch Arbor
- Ultra thin kerf for fast, easy cutting and minimum waste
- Anti vibration Technology reduces noise and extends cutting life and Laser Cut steel blade body for smoother cuts and flatness
- Perma-Shield Non-Stick Coating reduces friction, heat build up which adds to longer blade life
- Features Freud's Exclusive TiCo Hi-Density Carbide designed specifically for crosscutting applications
- Freud's Limited Lifetime Guarantee
DEWALT DW9196 6-1/2-Inch 40T Cutting Precision Finishing Saw Blade
- Ultra-thin kerf blade for fast cutting
- Anti-stick rim reduces friction and gum-up
- Longer Life: Proprietary carbide
- Anti kickback design reinforces carbide tip in use
- Tougher tungsten carbide stays sharper longer
SKIL 75312 7-1/4-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack with 18 Tooth Crosscutting and Ripping Blade and 40 Tooth Finishing Blade, Pack of 2
- Carbide circular saw blades offer longer life, durability, fast cuts and very high performance.
- Tungsten carbide teeth last up to 60X longer than steel blades
- Expansion slots ensure blades run straight and true
- Sharp cutting edges deliver fast, smooth cuts
- Clear anti-stick coating resists heat, friction and binding
Irwin 25130 Classic Series Circular Saw Blade 24T 7-1/4" (Pack of 10)
- For wood cutting
- Handles any job with speed and fines
- 5/8-Inch universal arbor
DEWALT DW3326 7-1/4-Inch 140 Tooth Hollow Ground Plywood Cutting Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch and Diamond Knockout Arbor
- The product is 7-1/4"140t plywood blade
- Easy to use
- The product is manufactured in China
- Precision sharpened teeth for fast, smooth cuts and longer life
- Blade coating prevents rust and reduces friction
- Thicker body provides increased durability in heavy-duty applications
- Fully hardened steel body prevents blade warping and binding
Freud D0724X Diablo 7-1/4-Inch 24 Tooth ATB Carbide Framing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch and Diamond Knockout Arbor
- The product is 7-1/4x24T Diablo Blade
- Easy to use
- The product is manufactured in Italy
- Thin kerf gives fast, clean cuts
- Laser-cut stabilizer vents for reduced vibration and precise cuts
- Durable Micrograin titanium carbide for razor sharp cuts and long life
- Perma-Shield permanent coating prevents gumming and corrosion
- Laser-cut blade plate for true cuts
DEWALT DW3196 7-1/4-Inch 60T Precision Finishing Saw Blade
- Tougher tungsten carbide stays sharper longer
- Specially formulated anti-stick coating minimizes friction and gum-up for smoother cuts
- Thin kerf for fast and smooth cutting action
- Ribbed heat vents allow blade to run cooler, reducing blade flexing and binding
- Features a 5/8-Inch arbor with diamond knock-out
Freud D0740A Diablo 7-1/4 40 Tooth ATB Finishing Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor, Diamond Knockout, and PermaShield Coating
- Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration keeping it cool and reducing blade warp
- Laser cut heat expansion slots allow blade to expand due to heat build-up keeping the cut true and straight
- Durable micrograin titanium carbide for extreme durability, razor-sharp cuts, and long life
- Tri-metal shock resistant brazing allows carbide tips to withstand extreme impact for maximum durability
- Laser cut arbor for accurate blade rotation reducing vibration and premature wear
Oshlun SBW-055036 5-1/2-Inch 36 Tooth ATB Finishing and Trimming Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor (1/2-Inch and 10mm Bushings)
- Super Thin Kerf for Fast Cuts
- Fits: Makita, Craftsman, Skil and Ryobi
- Aggressive Hook Angle
- Professional Grade Carbide
- Precision Ground Carbide Tips
IRWIN Tools MARATHON Carbide Corded Circular Saw Blade, 7 1/4-inch, 24T (24030)
- This product is easy to use.
- This product is highly durable
- This product is manufactured in China.
- Silicone coat allows the blade to slice easier through material reducing pitch and resin buildup when cutting pressure-treated lumber.
- Construction-grade carbide teeth deliver longer blade life. Every other tooth is thinner for faster cuts.
- The innovative heat vent/expansion slot design reduces vibration for longer life and straighter cuts. Plate is fully hardened to run truer, longer.
- 24 tooth count blades are ideally suited for framing, ripping, and deck jobs.
Six Types of Circular Saw Blades
Circular saw blades come in a wide array of types and sizes. Each type is suitable for different applications. Some of the different types include steel, carbide, and ripping. This article will...
One of the most common types of circular saw blades is the steel variety. These blades are very inexpensive. However, steel circular saw blades are only suitable for cutting softwood. If you use them to cut hardwood, they will dull quickly. There are also high-speed steel blades that are harder than normal steel designs, so they will last longer.
One of the next types of circular saw blades is carbide. The teeth of these blades are tipped with carbide. These circular saw blades are more expensive than steel and high-speed steel blades. However, they are much more durable. In most cases, carbide blades will last up to 20 times longer than steel blades.
There are also circular saw blades that have teeth tipped with diamond. These blades are used to cut materials other than wood or metal. Diamond-tipped circular saw blades can be used to cut through concrete, glass, and ceramic materials.
One of the next types of circular saw blades is the ripping variety. These blades are designed to cut through wood in the direction of the grain. Ripping circular saw blades usually have a large gullet and few teeth. This makes them remove chips very easily.
There are also crosscutting circular saw blades. Unlike the ripping design, a crosscutting blade is designed to cut across the grain of the wood. These circular saw blades will also have a lot of teeth and a small gullet. This will allow the blade to produce a smoother cut.
One of the final types of circular saw blades is the combination variety. These blades combine the features of ripping and crosscutting designs. They usually have up to five teeth separated by a large gullet. These circular saw blades can be used to cut across or with the wood grain.
These are some of the different types of circular saw blades. Steel blades are inexpensive and suitable for cutting through softwood. If you need to cut through glass, ceramics, or concrete, then you should use diamond-tipped circular saw blades. Combination blades are useful if you want to cut with or through the wood grain.