Small and easy to carry, this 8 1/2-inch model is all most trim carpenters need.Read More
Carbon steel Centerfire circular saw blades have a knife edge rather than saw teeth and are specifically designed to make smooth cuts in foam panels and insulating concrete forms.Read More
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Powering an 8 7/8-inch Mafell blade, the Erika can rip like a table saw and crosscut like a sliding compound-miter saw.Read More
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This new 5-piece 18-volt kit includes upgraded tools and 4.0 Ah batteries.
The “skate plate” can be connected to a rail, allowing this concrete cutting tool to be used like a track saw.
Designed to be used with an oscillating tool, the blade cuts through thick beads of silicone and urethane sealant.
Designed to be used with a chop saw to cut laminate flooring, the blade will last 75 times longer than a carbide-tipped one, according to the manufacturer.
The tooth design on these blades permits cutting on both the up and the down stroke.
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