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10" Diameter 120T Wood Cutting Alloy Circular Blade Saw

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Thanks for visiting! Are you looking for a good Circular Blade Saw, here your dream will come true. This 10" Diameter 120T Wood Cutting Alloy Circular Blade Saw is a best choice for you.This Round Blade Saw is blade for slicing through rough framing lumber, high quality finish lumber, plywood, and hardboard siding. This Round Blade Saw is just for strong, long lasting resistance, the blade features a tough steel plate and high density carbide tips. The Circular Blade Saw is also good ideal for most general construction applications.This Alloy Blade Saw is very useful and easy to use. It can make your job become more convenient, so what are you still waiting for?
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  • Specifications:

    • This Circular Blade Saw is blade for slicing through rough framing lumber, high quality finish lumber, plywood, and hardboard siding
    • The Circular Blade Saw is just for strong, long lasting resistance, the blade features a tough steel plate and high density carbide tips
    • The Circular Blade Saw is also good ideal for most general construction applications
    • For a fast acting blade that makes clean cuts in a variety of framing material
    • Material: Alloy
    • Size: 250mm/10in(Dia.)
    • Teeth Number: 120

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    Circular Blade Saw

    • This 10" Diameter 120T Wood Cutting Alloy Circular Blade Saw is a best choice for you

    Alloy Blade Saw

    Round Blade Saw

    • This Round Blade Saw is blade for slicing through rough framing lumber, high quality finish lumber, plywood, and hardboard siding

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    • This Alloy Blade Saw is very useful and easy to use. It can make your job become more convenient, so what are you still waiting for

    How to Remove a Circular Saw Blade:

    Whether you are changing out an old, worn blade for a new one or merely taking off the blade temporarily for cleaning, knowing how to dismantle your circular saw is essential to proper maintenance. Fortunately, most models are designed with ease of removal in mind, and are even equipped with their own special tools to remove the retaining nut and collar allowing the saws to be disassembled, reassembled and ready to cut in minutes.

    • Turn off your circular saw and disconnect it from its power source before removing the blade. Place your unplugged circular saw on a sturdy table or work bench with the blade facing upwards.
    • Lift up the spring-loaded blade guard so the the bottom of the saw blade is exposed. With a leather glove protecting your hand from the sharp saw teeth, grip the sides of the blade and hold it in place. Some models are equipped with a special locking pin which can be used instead to keep the blade from rotating.
    • Loosen the retaining nut in the center of the blade by turning it to the left using the circular saw key provided by the manufacturer or an adjustable wrench,
    • Remove the retaining nut and slide off the collar from underneath. Place the two pieces in a safe place where you will not lose them.

    How to Change a Circular Saw Blade:

    There are times when it becomes necessary to change the blade in a circular saw. In a workshop environment, changing these blades can mean upgrading the blade to a new model or simply interchanging the blade to match the project at hand. In either case, replacing a circular saw blade can be done in a few easy steps.

    • Turn off all power to the circular saw and remove the power cord from the wall outlet. Twist tie or tie off the cord to keep it out of the way while changing the blade.
    • Slide up the protective blade guard to expose the blade. Lay the saw down on a sturdy bench top.
    • Clamp the circular saw to the bench top using two bench clamps or any clamp that will hold the unit securely to the bench.
    • Locate the hole in the saw blade itself. This hole will be drilled all the way through the blade and can accommodate a drill bit or another thin piece of metal or wood.
    • Place a drill bit through the hole in the saw blade to secure the blade from moving. Many newer circular saw models come equipped with a blade lock feature that can be employed to stop blade movement.
    • Attach a wrench or socket to the circular saw blade retaining bolt in the center of the blade. This bolt attaches the blade to the saw itself. Remove bolt and set aside.
    • Remove the saw blade and place the new blade in its place. Replace the blade bolt and tighten securely to the saw.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x 10" Diameter Wood Cutting Alloy Circular Blade Saw

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Poppy Mike

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03-15-2011
00:00:00 03-15-2011 Very good blade Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: While this blade doesn't live up to my Festool saw & blades, it is more than adequate for small, quick projects such as children's toys. I got it so I could work faster/quicker with my 7 1/4" circular saw. It's a great addition to my shop.

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The Big

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02-17-2011
00:00:00 02-17-2011 A Better Circular Saw Blade Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I purchased the blade to improve the quality of cut on high priced sheet goods. (i.e. oak plywood) Standard construction blades produce rough cuts with lots of tearout. This blade does a much better job in my circular saw. Thusfar, I am pleased with the quality of cut...tearout is reduced, scoring and saw blade marks "not bad". I would reccomend this blade for finishing cuts.

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P. Buchan

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01-20-2011
00:00:00 01-20-2011 Great clean cut Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Does exactly what is says. It is a great finishing saw blade. It does have a short life, but no shorter than any finishing blade would have. I have used it on several projects and it holding up as expected. I would highly recommend this blade.

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W. Holt

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01-14-2011
00:00:00 01-14-2011 Excellent Blade Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I had a tough time finding a 1/2 inch arbor for my old circular saw. I found this one on this site and have been very satisfied with its performance. The thin kerf is very helpful on delicate cuts.

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Steven R. Mansen

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12-30-2010
00:00:00 12-30-2010 Round Blade Saw Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: The thin kerf reduces the workload on the saw, but on a long cut, or several repetitive cuts, heat buildup can cause a small amount of wander, but it's very manageable. I have found the blades are "disposable" - they cost more to resharpen than to replace. <br/> <br/>Very happy with cut smoothness and overall performance.

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Chad M. Schepel

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12-22-2010
00:00:00 12-22-2010 Nice Circular Saw Blade for Plywood Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I bought this blade to turn my circular saw into a more precise cutting machine for ripping down large sheets of finish plywood. It has done an excellent job. There is little to no tear out in the cuts and the thin kerf preserves as much wood as possible.

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Dave Campbell

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12-10-2010
00:00:00 12-10-2010 Good Alloy Blade Saw Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: While you can't beat these Diablo blades for cross cuts and short rips, if you plan on any long or repetitive ripping, LOOK ELSEWHERE. Specifically, as with all thin kerf blades I've tried, there is no escaping the warp and wander once it heats up. The only solution for long ripping duty is a heavy, WIDE blade. I've tried half a dozen brands, and regardless of the cute little heat dissapation cuts and grooves built in, they all fail the warp test. However, for the short haul, particularly circular saw use, vs. the table saw, it's a good cutting blade.

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Patrick Mccarthy

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11-10-2010
00:00:00 11-10-2010 Awsome Circular Blade Saw Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: just bought a new milwaukee circular and put this blade on it to cut some melamine. OMG! it didnt flake AT ALL every cut was like a factory edge, i highly recomend this and all diablo blades. I have a on diablo every saw i own

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