|Forum topic by TomB19||posted 11-28-2013 02:55 AM||1173 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
11-28-2013 02:55 AM
I burned through the Milwaukee blade that came with my cordless circular saw pretty quickly. Now I’m running a 24T DeWalt blade and it seems a bit better.
Prices seem to vary from $12~90 for blades of various brands. I’d like to make reasonably smooth cuts without blowing out the material too badly so I’m thinking 24T or more. I like to use the cordless circular saw to break down sheets and then dimmension more accurately on the table saw.
The Milwaukee 48-40-4015 is a 6-1/2-Inch 48 tooth blade with C6 hardness carbide teeth. That would probably stand up to a lot of woodwork but they don’t list the blade type, eg: ATB. It might not be all that great on wood.
Are the Milwaukee blades made by Freud?
I would appreciate any help you gents may wish to offer.