why use a segmented saw blade

Whats the difference between segmented and regular diamond saw blades?

Segmented blades typically have medium to hard bonds for a range of wet and dry cutting applications. While these diamond saw blades can offer a relatively smooth cut with a fast cutting speed, chipping may still occur. They are durable and have a long blade life compared to other blades.

What kind of blade do you need to cut segments?

When you set up for cutting segments using a chop saw, miter sled, or band saw, the blade needs to be as close as possible to vertical. The closer you can get it, the flatter will be the rings you glue up from the segments.

What are the advantages of a circular saw blade?

Another advantage of wet cutting is that it provides longer tool life. However not all electric circular saw support wet cutting since there is the risk of electric shock. There are two other very important concepts to consider when buying a circular saw blade. First off is the idea of a hook angle.

Can a circular saw be used for framing?

This blade is ideal for rough cuts that value speed over cleanliness. It can work on framing lumber and plywood and make rip-cuts and cross-cuts. While it is a versatile blade that makes fast cuts, a circular saw blade for framing is likely to cause some splintering on cross-cuts and when cutting sheet materials.

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