Different hacksaw blades
In general, these items cost a modest amount, but the blade you choose, depends on the type of material your customers want to cut and the type of tool they have (manual or power type), will also have a significant impact on the final price.
- Hacksaw blades can be supplied in various materials
The material of your blade is what determines its strength and durability when cutting:
Tungsten: These hacksaw blade types are typically for wood, metal, copper, aluminum, and PVC.
Carbide: The carbide is ideal for steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and zinc.
Diamond: These are suitable to cut stone, tile, marble, and ceramic.
Bimetal or HSS: They are a wonderful option for light metal.
With more teeth spacing, the chips caused by the cutting operation can be eliminated quickly and effectively from the machine. Doing so will not reduce the workflow and provides more security for the operator.
- The length of the saw blade teeth
Longer saw teeth will allow you to make deeper cuts. Tools with long teeth are generally used for heavy work and shorter ones for finer work.
- The number of teeth on the blade
The number of teeth that the blade has is also an important criterion for the precision of the cut and the speed of cutting the metal being worked on.
- The shape of the teeth of the blade
Whether it's skinned ground, set ground, set milled, or wavy milled, the tooth structure also plays a big role in making a rough cut, a fine cut, a clean cut, or a fast cut.