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How to Choose the Best Miter Saw Blade

If you’re searching for miter saw blades, you’re in luck – the market has such a vast range of options for you to choose from. Knowing how to pick the right one out of all the possibilities, however, can turn into a challenge. There are so many things to consider. What materials are you likely to be working on? Ferrous and non-ferrous metals, veneer plywoods, other woods or plastics? Then there are the blades themselves. General purpose blades, specialty blades, carbide blades, kerf blades, crosscut blades, carbide-tipped blades... the list is seemingly endless. Increasing the longevity of your miter saw and ensuring the quality of the cuts will both be dependent on the type of circular saw blade that you...

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5 Best Table Saw Blades For Woodworkers

Investing in the best table saw blades is a long-term decision and has more to do with quality and longevity than it does with finance. By pouring your hard-earned money into subpar tools and equipment, you really spend more in the long run. Put simply, cheap tools are not long-term investments. Carpenters and woodworkers alike will agree that a high-quality tool can last a lifetime. However, with the sheer volume of products on the market today, it is hard to tell whether you making a good or a bad buy. Tools are a considerable expense if they are meant for prolonged use; however, it's just as important to know that the quality of the tools in which you are investing...

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Best Oscillating Multi Tool Blades for Cutting Stone, Tile, Brick, Grout and More

Multi-tool blades come in many shapes and sizes. You can find a blade for almost any project and your multi-tool can slice your work in half. It can even see you through projects that seem too tough for a multi-tool. Cutting through cement, brick or stone can be very easy and your multi-saw will shine like a star when you use the right oscillating blade. However, for the toughest materials like rock, concrete, brick, stone, and grout, the best option is to use is a diamond blade saw. If you want to skip the technical details and just find the best saw blades for cutting stone, scroll to the bottom. Diamond blades are designed to cut through hard, abrasive materials. Diamonds are the hardest material on earth which is...

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