About Our Circular & Cross Cut Saw Blades
A crosscut blade, on the other hand, is designed to produce a smooth cut across the grain of the wood, without splintering or tearing. This type of blade will usually have 60 to 80 teeth, and the higher tooth count means that each tooth has to remove less material.
The Crosscut blade is used when cutting short grains, while the Ripping blade is for long grains. The Combination blade allows one to cut both crosscuts and rip using the same blade.
Since circular saw blades come in different sizes and shapes, they can be used for other purposes. The blades are not interchangeable and universal with any circular saw.
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