How many teeth per inch do products within Milwaukee Saw Blades have?
Teeth per inch are also called points per inch, and is the number of teeth or points per inch on the tool. Teeth that are close together will create a fine and clean cut. Teeth that are further apart provides a more aggressive, less refined cut and allows the person using the saw to cut faster.
What are the differences between saw blade material types?
Saw blades are made from multiple materials depending on their purpose. Standard saw blades are usually made of steel. These blades are ideal for cutting through wood. Saws made of high-speed steel or HSS are stronger than a standard steel blade. This allows for the blade to stay sharp longer. Saw blades that are tipped with carbide are ideal for cutting tile. Diamond blades are tipped with synthetic diamond particles that strengthen the blade to cut through metal. Within Milwaukee Saw Blades, blade materials include BiMetal, Carbide, High Speed Steel, Steel and Diamond.
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