New saw blades includes 7-1/4 inch circular saw blades, 8-1/4 inch table saw blades, and 12 inch miter saw blades. They offer more cuts per charge and feature a kerf design with grind angles to maximize efficiency. The carbide tips are ground on the sides, top, and face while the face shear, hook angle, and kerf minimize the chip load. The submicron-grade carbide tips provide long life.
The DEWALT reciprocating saw blades offer more cuts per charge. Metal cutting reciprocating saw blades feature a 14/18 TPI tooth design, while wood cutting blades feature a variable 4/6 TPI tooth design. Both designs provide fast cuts and removal of material. Each blade features a TOUGHCOAT finish to help reduce heat buildup and maintain sharpness through the life of the blade. To keep all cutting teeth engaged and to help prevent breakage, blades include a full height high speed steel strip.
The range of carbide wood cutting hole saws, which are offered both individually in 1-3/8 to 6-1/4 inch sizes and as a set, cut holes in wood and provide more holes per charge. The kerf design limits chip load while the self-feed pilot bit provides fastdrilling speed, helping to reduce energy consumption and increase efficiency.
The DEWALT abrasives remove more material per charge. Specifically, cutting wheels use high concentration ceramic grain for high density of cutting edges per wheel. These wheels are designed to limit load and heat while the ceramic grain stays sharp through the life of each wheel. The range also includes grinding wheels and flap discs with the same ceramic grains and high density formulations.