1050 – 14 – Carbide Blades
Blades that have a tough carbide tip on their teeth are called carbide blades. Manufacturers take alloy steel blade backs and mill spaces into the tooth tips. Then, carbide cylinders are bonded into the spaces. They are then ground down into the proper shape.
These teeth are capable of resisting extreme heat and wear. They are quieter than typical saws and versatile to the point of being used in many a wide variety of cutting shops, often used to work with cast aluminum and titanium.
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