13 Best Industrial Metal Cutting Circular Saws

List Updated October 2020

Bestselling Industrial Metal Cutting Circular Saws in 2020


IRWIN Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 7-1/4", 68T, 4935560

IRWIN Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 7-1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Laser cut blade
  • Anti-vibration vents prevent wobble for straighter, truer cuts
  • Metal cutting grade carbide teeth stay sharp for long-lasting durability
  • Anti-kickback tooth shoulder for safer cutting
  • Ideal for cutting thin steel

IRWIN Tools Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 8-inch, 50T (4935557)

IRWIN Tools Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 8-inch, 50T (4935557)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Laser-cut blades and anti-vibration vents keep the blade cool for smooth and accurate cuts
  • Metal cutting-grade carbide teeth withstand impact, reduce wear, and deliver longer blade life
  • Cuts the metal instead of grinding it like abrasive wheels, so the finished product is smoother and cooler to the touch
  • The metal cutting blades also last significantly longer than abrasive wheels making the cost per cut lower

Evolution EVOSAW180HD 7-1/4-Inch Steel Cutting Circular Saw

Evolution EVOSAW180HD 7-1/4-Inch Steel Cutting Circular Saw
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

IRWIN Tools Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 7 1/4-inch, 48T (4935555)

IRWIN Tools Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade, 7 1/4-inch, 48T (4935555)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Laser-cut saw blades and anti-vibration vents keep the blade cool for smooth and accurate cuts
  • Metal cutting-grade carbide saw blade teeth withstand impact, reduce wear and deliver longer life
  • Anti-kickback tooth shoulder
  • Circular saw blade is designed for cutting ferrous steel or thin steel
  • 48 teeth
  • Metal Cutting Grade Carbide Tooth reduces wear, withstands impact & delivers longer life
  • Laser Cut Blade provides for stronger tooth bond
  • Laser Cut Anti-Vibration Vents that stabilizes the blade and keeps it cool for smooth & accurate cuts
  • Anti Kick Back Shoulder reduces dust & sparks for safer cuts

Concord Blades MCB0650T040HP 6-1/2" 40 Teeth TCT Ferrous Metal Cutting Blade

Concord Blades MCB0650T040HP 6-1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • M-TCG Grind: Triple Chip Grind
  • Ultra sharp, hard titanium carbide
  • DM5/8" Arbor.
  • Thin kerf allows a smooth finish w/ minimal waste. Lower hook angle improves the surface quality of the cut, increases the feed pressure required.
  • 1.8 mm thin kerf design & 0Degree hook

MK Morse CSM9NXTB 9-Inch Metal Cutting Circular Saw

MK Morse CSM9NXTB 9-Inch Metal Cutting Circular Saw
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 9-inch metal cutting circular saw ideal for all-metal cutting
  • Delivers no-load speed up to 2,700 RPM
  • Low-speed, high-torque 11 Amp motor maximizes the durability, versatility, and quality of cut
  • Guide arrows and sight opening make it easier to position and make beveled cuts

Concord Blades ACB0825T080HP 8-1/4-Inch 80 Teeth TCT Non-Ferrous Metal Saw Blade

Concord Blades ACB0825T080HP 8-1/4-Inch 80 Teeth TCT Non-Ferrous Metal Saw Blade
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • TCG Grind: Triple Chip Grind allows for smooth cut on non ferrous and plastic items
  • Ultra sharp, hard titanium carbide
  • Ideal for cutting non ferrous metals such as Aluminum, Brass, copper, bronze and more as well as plastics, plexiglass, PVC, Acrylics & Fiberglass
  • Equipment use with Circular Saw, Miter Saw, Table Saw, Radial Arm Saw, etc.
  • 2.4 mm kerf design, TCG Grind & -5Degree hook

Freud Diablo D0648F 6-1/2" x 48-Tooth Steel Demon TCG Ferrous Cutting Circular Saw Blade 5/8" Arbor

Freud Diablo D0648F 6-1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Efficiently cut through ferrous metals quickly and accurately, leaving clean, burr free cuts
  • Ideal for cutting steel studs, steel pipe, and steel sheet
  • Ideal for most mild steels under 1/8 in. Thickness
  • Features Freud's TiCo Hi-Density Carbide with Titanium for long life and a flawless finish
  • Triple Chip Design for longer cutting life in metal
  • Laser cut stabilizer vents trap noise and vibration and stabilize blade
  • Tri-metal shock-resistant brazing for stronger carbide teeth.
  • Perma-shield coating to resist heat

Oshlun SBF-080048 8-Inch 48 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor (Diamond Knockout) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals

Oshlun SBF-080048 8-Inch 48 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor (Diamond Knockout) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Fits: Milwaukee and 8-1/4-inch Saws
  • Max RPM: 5,800
  • Professional grade C-6 carbide
  • Laser cut expansion slots
  • Triple chip tooth grind

Oshlun SBF-065048 6-1/2-Inch 48 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor (Diamond Knockout) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals

Oshlun SBF-065048 6-1/2-Inch 48 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch Arbor (Diamond Knockout) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Fits: Corded and Cordless Saws
  • Max RPM: 4,600
  • Professional grade C-6 carbide
  • Laser cut expansion slots
  • Triple chip tooth grind

Milwaukee 6370-20 13 Amp 8-Inch Metal Cutting Circular Saw

Milwaukee 6370-20 13 Amp 8-Inch Metal Cutting Circular Saw
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • The product is easy to use
  • The product is durable
  • The product is manufactured in China
  • Dry-cut technology provides faster, cleaner, more affordable metal cutting
  • Durable blade shield with integral chiptank deflects/collects hot chips and sparks
  • Plunge lever for fast, effective plunge cuts
  • Exclusive quick-release shield latch for fast waste disposal and blade changes
  • Full Two Year Warranty

Freud Diablo DO748F Diablo Steel Demon 7 1/4 Inch 48-Tooth Titanium Carbide TCG Ferrous Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade w/ Perma Shield Non-Stick Coating and Laser Cut Stabilizing Vents

Freud Diablo DO748F Diablo Steel Demon 7 1/4 Inch 48-Tooth Titanium Carbide TCG Ferrous Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade w/ Perma Shield Non-Stick Coating and Laser Cut Stabilizing Vents
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • VERSATILE: This blade can fit most 5/8 inch bores
  • EXTREME DURABILITY: Shock resistant brazing allows the carbide tips to withstand extreme impacts, improving their lifetime in high intensity applications
  • PROPRIETARY STEEL BLEND: Freud's TiCo hi density carbide is used in the construction of this circular saw blade. This robust design lets it last longer and cut faster than other steel blends
  • LASER CUT ARBOR: Etchings in the blade help keep it level while you're making your cuts. They also reduce vibrations, preventing premature wear and tear
  • TRIPLE CHIP GRIND (TCG) DESIGN allows you to cut through up to 1/4 inches of mild steel

Oshlun SBF-100052 10-Inch 52 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 1-Inch Arbor (5/8-Inch Bushing) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals

Oshlun SBF-100052 10-Inch 52 Tooth TCG Saw Blade with 1-Inch Arbor (5/8-Inch Bushing) for Mild Steel and Ferrous Metals
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Fits: Evolution Rage3 and miter saws
  • Max RPM: 5,200
  • Triple chip tooth grind
  • Professional grade C-6 carbide
  • Laser cut expansion slots

Tips on Jointing Circular Saws

It is important that the saw be jointed before it is filed. Jointing serves as a guide for filing as well as making the saw round.

It is important that the saw be jointed before it is filed. Jointing serves as a guide for filing as well as making the saw round. The operation must be carefully performed because no saw will cut properly unless it is perfectly round. Only then is it possible for each tooth to do its share of the cutting.

The saw is made round by first mounting it on the machine and jointing the teeth with a jointing stone or piece of hard grinding wheel while the machine is running. Raise the saw to a point so that the teeth project slightly above the table. Check the height by pushing a piece of wood over the saw with the aid of the cut-off gauge. If there is a possibility of scratching the table or throat insert with the jointing stone, tape a piece of drawing paper over that portion of the top.

Overhead saws, such as swing cut-off saws and radial saws, can be jointed by clamping a stop on the machine to regulate the travel of the saw. The blade should slightly touch the jointing stone when it is placed against the cut-off fence. It is advisable to test the set-up with a piece of wood before jointing the saw.

There does not seem to be much agreement among manufacturers as to how to mount the saw for jointing. Some joint the teeth with the saw mounted in its normal running position, whereas others suggest that it be turned around so that the teeth point in the opposite direction, but with the manufacturer's name placed in its proper relationship to the mark on the arbor. Experiments indicate that there is little preference. Either method gets the job done satisfactorily.

To joint a circular saw:

1. Mount the saw on the arbor. The saw may be mounted with the teeth pointing in either direction.

2. Adjust the saw so that the teeth are slightly higher than the table. Test the height by pushing a piece of wood over the saw with the aid of the cut-off gauge. Score the wood very lightly.

3. With the saw running, joint the teeth by pushing a jointing stone over the saw. A piece of hard grinding wheel is excellent for this purpose. Never use a soft stone or wheel because the groove cut in the stone will round the corners of the teeth.

4. Stop the saw and examine the teeth. If any have been missed, it will be necessary to repeat the process. Circular saws can also be jointed in specially built motor-driven jointers.

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