How to Use 3 inch circular saw blades

What kind of blade do I need for a circular saw?

Here are some blade type suggestions based upon the size and type of material you may want to cut with your circular saw: Crosscutting blade: Smaller, more teeth, ideal for cutting across a work piece’s grain Fine-tooth blade: Very small, compact teeth, ideal for creating a smooth cut finish

What's the cutting depth of a circular saw?

And this table shows you the maximum RPM capacity for each circular saw blade: The blade diameter determines the depth of the cut. The most common blade diameters in the market are the 7-1/4 inch blade that will give you a cutting depth of 2-1/2 inch and the 8-1/4 inch blade that will give you a cutting depth of 3 inches.

What's the best way to clean a circular saw?

Cleaning a dirty circular saw blade is easy. First, you need to soak the blade in your favorite cleaner for about 20 minutes. I would recommend you to use Simple Green solution because it is the best when it comes to getting rid of residues from the saw blade. It is strong on the residuals but gentle on the blade.

When to use 45 degree angle on circular saw?

It corresponds to the position of the blade when it's set to 90 degrees, and should be used any time you’re making a normal cut. The line labelled "45" on the righthand side of the notch is for making beveled cuts at a precise 45-degree angle. Activate the saw blade by pulling the trigger on the rear handle.

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