QSaw© Metal Cutting Blade for cutting mild steel

The QSaw© Metal Cutting Blade is designed for heavy duty industrial uses and widespread on-site applications, including fabrication and construction. Competitively priced, the QSaw© blade cuts mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum as easy as it cuts plywood. This versatile saw offers a safer and cleaner way to cut metal. It’s suitable for cutting mild steel such as pipes, channels, angles, car posts and sheet metal. With its precise, clean, burr-free, cool-to-touch cutting, further processing is eliminated, saving you expensive de-burring and further machining.

Uses for QSaw© Metal Cutting Blade

We always have to consider that some circular saw blades are suited for stationary tools like table saws and compound miter saws, while others are suited for hand held circular saws. It’s essential to know which blade your cutting tool will accept and to make sure the blade you’re considering is suitable for the tool you’ll be using. It’s also important to know what kind of material you’ll be cutting, that way you can be sure to purchase a blade capable of cutting it. Some blades are suitable for dry cutting only while some are suitable only for wet cutting. Others are appropriate for either wet or dry applications.

Cool and Smooth

One of the primary benefits of the QSaw© is cutting steel without producing heat, abrasive debris, or  sparks during the cutting procedure. This allows the material to be handled immediately after cutting, instead of waiting for it to cool down. This saw is designed for accuracy and economy, ensuring that consumers get more value for their money while handling the toughest tasks in the steel industry

Always follow the saw and blade manufacturers’ instructions for use, safety, and compatible blade diameter for the saw and materials you can cut with this blade. When performing cutting operations, please don’t forget to wear those protective gears such as gloves, mask and especially goggles. These precautions help prevent further injury and promote operator safety.

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