Facts About Rotorazer Circular Saws

The rotorazer saw is used for cutting different materials including PVs, metals, hardwood among others. It comes with three cutting blades and an efficient dust removal system. The rotorazer saw is a small circular saw as shown on television. With this tool, the hardest jobs can be completed easily. It is versatile, easy to use and lightweight. It is perfect for handling hardwood, metal, steel, drywall, marble and ceramic tile. Its efficient dust removal system is helpful in making sure that the work area is tidy.

Choosing the Right Blade for Your Circular Saw

wood cutting blade

A circular saw that has a good blade can cut metal, wood, plastic or steel efficiently and smoothly. Its blade is very important. The efficiency of this tool depends on it. Choosing a wrong blade can injure the user or destroy his/her material. The user can get a comfortable experience when cutting wood or metal by selecting the right wood. Some of the important features that need to be considered when choosing the blade of a circular saw include blade type and size.

Blade Teeth

The teeth of a circular saw are essential when cutting materials. Saws that have more teeth are considered to be more effective than those having few. They are also known for providing a smooth and better cutting. The number of teeth ranges between 24 and 80.

Safety Features

Circular saws have protective features that enhance the user’s safety. For instance, some of them are designed with anti-kickback and friction-reducing coatings.

The following are the different types of lades using in rotorazer saws:

Wood Cutter Blades

Plywood wood and construction blades are the common types of wood cutting blades. Construction blades have more teeth, and they are known for providing a smooth cutting. They are mainly used for deep cutting. On the other hand, plywood blades have lesser teeth which make them perfect for less smooth cutting wood cutting blades are equipped with deep gullets for carrying away sawdust.

Metal Cutting Blades

These are toothless blades. With this blade, heat expansion slots are used to cut materials. They are mainly used for cutting non-ferrous, metals, copper, aluminum flashing, aluminum siding e.t.c. These blades work slowly because heat is produced during the cutting process. Sparkles are produced when cutting metals.

Masonry Cutting Blades

They are useful in cutting hard materials such as concrete and stone. They are also used for cutting soft materials such as concrete blocks, bricks, ceramic tiles e.t.c. This blade doesn’t have teeth. Instead, they have fiber-glass silicon carbide abrasives. There are two types of masonry cutting blades. One is for cutting hard materials such as granite, ceramic tiles, and marble. The other type is designed for cutting soft materials such as limestone and concrete block, and brick.