Metal cutting circular saw blades engineered for longer cutting life
Ideal for Dry Metal Cutting
Available in Metal, Metal & Stainless, and Aluminum Cutting
Reduces Wobble and Warping
Extends Cutting Life and Maintains Tip Sharpness
No Extreme Heat Build-Up
Full Range of Blades for Clean Cutting in Various Materials
Stainless Steel, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Threaded Rod, Steel, and Aluminum
Threaded Rod, Angle Iron, Unistrut, Steel, and Aluminum
Aluminum, Brass, Plastics (PVC), Fiberglass, and Copper
No Lubricant Needed
Full Range of Blades Between 5-3/8” – 14”
Yes, this blade is compatible, and it can cut PVC trim cleanly. As with any blade when cutting PVC or plastic composites, the right FEED speed is more relevant than the blade's rotational speed. We should match the feed-rate to the material and the saw to prevent melting. So you are wise to consider blade speed, since that affects feed-speed. But within reasonable limits, we have a wide margin of feed-rates that will still produce clean cuts. You will quickly learn the ideal speed for your saw with this ( or other) blades by observing feed-speed and seeing the results. Generally, more teeth produce cleaner cuts in wood, especially cross grain cuts. However, PVC does not really have a grain structure as wood does. In plastic composite materials, we sometimes prefer fewer teeth to get smooth cuts without melting. Because this blade has a relatively high tooth-count, you might need to feed faster to prevent melting or burning. I have this blade and have used it for cutting PVC materials for decking, fence and trim applications. So I speak from experience. YES, it WILL make nice clean cuts in PVC without melting, so long as we are aware of feed-rate and do not feed too slow OR too fast. The last consideration is, how accurately your saw is adjusted. ANY blade, even those specifically designed for PVC, can cause melting or burning if the saw is out of alignment. So, if you have any of those problems regardless of feed-rate, check the saw's adjustments. I sincerely hope that answers your question and helps you get great results! ;-)
Hi there! Our 6-1/2 in. x 54 Carbide Teeth Aluminum Cutting Circular Saw Blade has a 5/8" arbor size.
It will work just fine as long as your saw is for a 14 inch blade AND you secure the piece with clamps so there is NO WAY for the piece to jump off the table.
The arbor on the blade is 20mm and the 7-1/4" circular saws use a 5/8" arbor. Not recommended.
this saw is not recommended for wood application
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