|Product Dimensions||40.69 x 45.8 x 0.61 cm; 1.58 Kilograms|
|Item Model Number||90TBLADE|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Item Weight||1.58 kg|
Evolution Power Tools Stainless Steel Carbide-Tipped Blade, 355 mm
|Price:||+ $23.86 Delivery|
|Brand||Evolution Power Tools|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||40.7 x 45.8 x 0.6 centimetres|
|Number of teeth||90|
|Item weight||3.48 Pounds|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
About this item
- Designed specially to cut stainless steel
- 90 tooth configuration enables fast efficient cuts
- High-grade carbide teeth, offering increased durability
- Hardened blade body ensures the blade runs truer for longer
- 355 mm blade diameter and 25.4 mm bore diameter
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Evolution carbide-tipped metal cutting saw blade is ideal for cutting stainless steel. Designed specifically to cut 302, 303 and 304 grades of stainless steel only. Material applications include, square tube, angle iron, stainless steel plate, diamond plate, pipe and tube. Hardened blade body ensures the blade runs truer for longer. 90 tooth configuration enables fast efficient cuts. 355 mm blade diameter and 25.4 mm bore diameter. Operates on 1600 rpm speed.
1 x Stainless steel 355 mm TCT blade (90 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.
Pensé que quizás el disco, aunque lo vendan como "multimaterial", estaba orientado únicamente a madera, PVC y materiales blandos... por lo que compré el disco específico para metal de esta marca (otros 65 € de gasto) y fué exáctamente igual... al princpio cortaba perfecto, pero apenas 8 o 10 cortes después empezó a echar chispas, dejar rebabas y al final dejó de cortar. Lo traté con cuidado, utilicé la velocidad adecuada, no forcé los cortes ni nada parecido... simplemente para madera es genial y corta perfectamente, pero para metal ES UNA MIERDA DE MÁQUINA.
Me arrepiento de haber comprado esta sierra, debería haber comprado otra más barata para madera y una tronzadora en condiciones para metal.
Bought the evolution diamond disk (to match my Evolution mitre saw) and the results have been superb. Absolutely beautifully straight smooth edges and the ability to custom cut the fire bricks to any customised shape, angle etc. This is really important when you are building a curved oven!
I would hazard to guess that this cutting disk is not recommended for firebricks, because they are so hard and dense, but so far, it has done the job admirably... I am halfway through and the disk shows no signs of bluntness or reduced cutting ability.
I have also used a tip I found online, and that is to soak your firebricks in water for 90 seconds before cutting them. This both keeps dust levels low and lubricates and cools the blade at the same time.
My only grip is that, because this is a 210mm blade and not the usual 255mm on my Evolution Rage, that it doesn't completely cut the bricks through, but leaves maybe 8mm uncut at the bottom because it can't drop far down enough. I knew this going into the purchase though and in any event, it's really easy to snap the bricks once the bulk of the cut is done and neatening up that small edge is really easy - or you can flip it over in your mitre saw and neaten it up with the disk again if you really want a neat finish.
The first few are fine no sparks and clean cut but very soon it will start to spark and you know the edge has gone.
I’ve nursed these blades so gently to try and get some life out of them but they are rubbish. Unless you can afford to pretty much buy a new one for every job forget it.
The motor just runs too fast and they overheat even though they are supposedly rated for this speed.
Save up and buy a dewalt or a makita, twice the price but the blades get far better reviews.
I only use these for occasional diy use but they’re not really up to more than hardwood or the occasional bit of ally.