View all Cutting Tools & Blades built to safely cut through metal and alloys such as steel, aluminum and more.
Carbide Burrs (or Carbide Rotary Burrs) are used for the cutting and removal of sharp edges (burrs and excess material) from steel, aluminum and cast iron.
Blades built thin and narrow to be mounted vertically in a frame that creates a reciprocating action. Usually used for cutting curves or other difficult lines or patterns.
Blades built for cutting metal with a toothed or an abrasive circular edge built to spin around an arbor in a rotary motion. Used by circular saws, table saws and more.
Cutting tools built with a blade that is placed under tension in a frame that is used to safely cut through metal by hand.
Drill bits built for drilling in thin metals but will work in wood. The stepped pattern allows you to drill different sized holes using the same bit.