New circular saw blades from DeWalt

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DeWalt has introduced new 6-1/2” to 8-1/4” woodcutting circular saw blades, featuring a new tooth design, reduced vibration, high-density carbide teeth, and a reinforced shoulder, according to the company.

“Key to the new blades is the exclusive (patent-pending) ToughTrack technology, a tooth design featured on the new DeWalt framing and ripping blades that is engineered to deliver straight, accurate cuts over the life of the blade. ,” the company said in a statement.

“In addition, patented body slots on the blades help reduce vibration. Working with the blade's thin kerf design, these body slots deliver exceptional user feel. The teeth on the blades are made of tough, high-density tungsten carbide that helps them resist wear and provides long life. The reinforced shoulder provides impact resistant for strength and durability, especially against nail-embedded wood. Finally, these blades come with a ToughCoat anti-stick coating to reduce friction and gumming.”

For more, visit www.dewalt.com.

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