Industrial Saw Blades
Quality High Performance Blades for Chop & Circular Saws
Extra Saw Blades for chop saws and circular saws. Cold cut saw blades outperform abrasive saw blades in terms of cutting quality as they are able to make clean cuts without any burring and minimal sparks and dust, providing a workable finish without any additional work.
CAUTION: Abrasive Saws and Cold Cut Saws operate at different Speeds respective to the blade type being used. Cold Cut Saw blades use a significantly lower RPM than abrasive saw blades. Unless you can adjust the RPM, NEVER put a cold cut saw blade in a saw that is rated to use abrasive saw blades as the vibration from the higher RPM can damage or destroy the cold cut saw blade.
Evolution Brand Saw Blades come color coded to match the material that the cutting blades are rated to cut. Below is a table of each material and its respective color and application examples:
|Mild Steel||Navy Blue||Square Tube, Angle Iron, Mild Steel Plate, Pipe, Tube, and other Ferrous Metals.|
|Stainless Steel||Yellow||Square Tube, Angle Iron, Stainless Steel Plate, Diamond Plate, Pipe, and Tube.|
|Aluminum||Green||Grating, extrusions, pipe, and tube. Ideal for aluminum and other non-ferrous metals.|
|Multipurpose||Orange||Mild Steel, aluminum, brass, copper, wood, wood with nails, plastics, plexiglass. Designed for cutting multiple material applications without switching blades.|
|Diamond||Grey||Concrete, Reinforced Concrete, Stone, Brick, Paving, and other Stone materials.|
|Wood||Black||Wood materials like boards or MDF.|
Testing The Evolution Stainless Steel Blade - 14BLADESSN | Fasteners 101
Testing The Evolution Stainless Steel Blade - 14BLADESSN Transcript
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Bob: Welcome back to Albany County Fasteners - Fasteners 101. I'm Bob and today I'm going to demonstrate the stainless steel blade from Evolution on this Evolution chop saw. I have a chunk of 18-8 stainless steel here and we're gonna do a cut. Let's get started.
Alright, I have my stainless steel blade in my saw. I believe this is the Evolution 380 chop saw. It's a well sought-after metal-cutting saw. You can cut wood with it. You can basically cut anything with this thing.
I have a chunk of 18-8 stainless steel bar here and I guess this is about 2” x 2” approximately and I'm gonna put my vise in place. I'm just going to line up where I'm going to cut and I'm just going to lock my material in place here. Let's get started.
There we go. Very nicely cut, there's a little burr here on the end of this piece. I did drill into this chunk, so you can see that cut I did there but on this side it's clean this is very nice. A little rough on this edge here a little bit but overall nice clean cut.
That took probably about three minutes to cut through a 2” x 2” piece of stainless steel versus using an abrasive. It would have spark's everywhere. No sparks (with the cold cutting blades) and three minutes to cut this bar versus an abrasive. An abrasive probably would have taken me ten minutes maybe 15 minutes to use an abrasive.
I just wanted to demonstrate the Evolution stainless steel blade thanks for watching.
Evolution Multi Purpose Rage Blade Demonstration | Fasteners 101 Demo
Evolution Multi Purpose Rage Blade Demonstration Transcript
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Bob: Welcome back to Albany County Fasteners - Fasteners 101. I'm Bob and today I'm going to demonstrate this rage blade - 14 inch. Supposedly, multipurpose (blades) cut everything in anything. It's always important to wear appropriate protection to protect your eyes from debris flying out from your saw. So let's get started.
I have a piece of threaded rod - aluminum threaded rod here okay and I'm going to put it in here and we're going to test it. It cut this piece of aluminum. Sliced through it like butter, however, it did catch it a little bit but if you were using a different blade other than this blade, this would be too small cut on this saw. It would grab it and rip it. So for this application it did very well - to cut this threaded rod.
Cardboard tubing, okay, so pretty thick. We use this to ship out threaded rod. Let's cut it. Let's see what it does. That was pretty good. Nice, pretty clean, a little bit on the inside. A little fraying that was the end where it was finishing but not bad.
This one is a piece of 2x4, it also has a screw in it. I'm gonna try and slice right through. Let's see what it can do. All right, well I sliced some of it. I guess I didn't lay it out, but you see I sliced the head off there, no problem. Now I'm gonna pop that that screw out with my hands. Like that. There it is. You can see I sliced that head right off with no problem.
I have a piece of Kindorf (Strut) here. This is pretty thick stuff, okay. This is for hanging pipes and everything. Many know this by different names, Channel they call it. Suspend pipes, equipment, whatever, you can hang it from this stuff. I'm going to put it in here. Alright. So, cut through that pretty well. This is very clean which is this side I just cut, pretty clean. Looks nice. As you can see.
They cut very good there was, I would say, a little bit of resistance but it went through. I think it's just a matter of how it was applying the pressure. Each item, you got apply different pressure as you're going through these products.
That's my demonstration. Thanks for watching.