Circular Saw Blades Are Engineered With Anti-Friction Coating

The anti-friction coating on the Circular Saw Blades keeps the blade cool while cutting and helps resist corrosion and gumming.
The anti-friction coating on the Circular Saw Blades keeps the blade cool while cutting and helps resist corrosion and gumming.

Milwaukee Tool continues to build on its offering of cutting solutions with the introduction of a range of wood-cutting Circular Saw Blades; as well as solutions designed for fiber cement. Engineered with anti-friction coating and laser cutting technology, the blades cut cooler and with accuracy.

The anti-friction coating keeps the blade cool while cutting and helps resist corrosion and gumming. Each blade is laser-cut from 100 percent sheet steel to ensure a stable blade with increased cutting accuracy. Laser cut and polymer-filled vibration slots help to minimize wobble and warping during applications.  

To accommodate the wide range of wood-cutting applications, Milwaukee offers more than 30 different blade options in 5-3/8- to 12-inch diameters including framing; fine finish; ultra fine finish; general purpose; ripping and combination.

In order to deliver on user needs when cutting fiber cement, its fiber cement cutting circular saw blades will provide a long life.  The polycrystalline diamond (PCD) tips deliver up to 75 times the life of a traditional carbide- tipped blade.

Milwaukee engineered these accessories for cordless efficiency. By optimizing the geometry of each cobalt-infused tungsten carbide tooth, Milwaukee is able to deliver a high performance cutting experience.

With the launch of these Circular Saw Blades, Milwaukee Tool demonstrates its continued investment in cutting innovation to drive the introduction of accessory solutions that save time and increase productivity on the jobsite. The blades join its growing line of carbide solutions, including the Ax with Carbide Teeth and the TORCH with Carbide Teeth, Hole Dozer with Carbide Teeth, and Big Hawg with Carbide Teeth.

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