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Blades that are built as a continuous band of metal with teeth along one edge. Used with portable or stationary band saws to cut various workpieces.
Blades built from small blades that are fitted on links and connected to produce a metal chain. Used with a chainsaw to cut through tree trunks and branches.Featured Products >
Blades built 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.
Blades built with a fine-toothed pattern that are built to be stretched taut in a frame. Usually used for cutting metal.
Blades that are built with a cylindrical shape which allows the blade to cut or bore out a hole in the workpiece.
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 similar to jig saw blades but are longer and can be pushed and pulled in a reciprocating action. Usually used for demolition.
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