|Product Dimensions||22.61 x 25.3 x 0.61 cm; 131.54 Grams|
|Item Model Number||EVOBLADESS|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||1 X EVOBLADESS|
|Item Weight||132 g|
Evolution Power Tools Stainless Steel Carbide-Tipped Blade, 180 mm
|Price:||+ $9.83 Delivery|
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|Brand||Evolution Power Tools|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||22.6 x 25.3 x 0.6 centimetres|
|Number of teeth||48|
|Item weight||0.29 Pounds|
About this item
- Designed specially to cut stainless steel
- 48 tooth configuration enables fast efficient cuts
- High grade carbide teeth, offering increased durability
- Hardened blade body ensures the blade runs truer for longer
- 180 mm blade diameter and 20 mm bore diameter
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Evolution carbide-tipped metal cutting saw blade is ideal for cutting stainless steel. Hardened blade body ensures the blade runs truer for longer. 48 tooth configuration enables fast efficient cuts. 180 mm blade diameter and 20 mm bore diameter. Operates on 3900 rpm speed.
1 x Stainless Steel 180 mm TCT blade (48 teeth)
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The specs for this blade say it cuts stainless steel plate.
I made 1 angled cut on 100 x 10mm flat bar, I had to cut it on the wide face because of the angle, and that ruined the blade.
It couldn't cut anything after this.
Obviously I contacted Evolution about this to complain, they recommended that material is cut always on the thin edge to 'prolong blade life', using the vise jig that comes with the saw that holds square tube material in a 'diamond' position.
I knew this from when I bought the saw, but feel that if the blade isn't capable of angled cuts it should be specified.
They also said that (from pics i sent) that i hadn't tightened the blade nut sufficiently, or that the material wasn't clamped tight enough in the vise and the movement caused the blade to chip. I had tightened both firmly by hand, if that isn't enough then it's not practical.
I was very disappointed to spend almost £100 on a blade that was useless in less than a day.
If the specs had been different, I would just done that angled cut with a grinder.
They also told me that the Evolution saw this blade is for is not intended for workshop production, but rather portable 'on site' use. Again - that should be specified.
I have had similar issues with their steel saw blades - when they are new they go through steel like a hot knife through butter, but as soon as you start using them for anything other than the 'ideal position', they blunt quickly.
The saw is a great price, but the blades are expensive and can't be sharpened, so not good value for money in the long term.
I'm converting to a Ferm band saw after seeing how well it works for a colleague.
Es terrible, debería estar prohibido vender este disco como corte de inoxidable.
Y menos mal que no lo probé con tubo de 316 que es aun mas abrasivo que el 304
Con los 6 cortes comentados el disco esta tan desafilado que le cuesta horrores cortar madera.
Una estrella y porque no se pueden poner 0 estrellas que es la valoración que merece.