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Laser Gold Saw Blade Germany 3/0 | Sold By dozen | 110305 |Bulk Prc Avlb

SKU:
110305

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  • Laser Gold Saw Blade Germany 3/0 | Sold By dozen | 110305 |Bulk Prc Avlb
  • Laser Gold Saw Blade Germany 3/0 | Sold By dozen | 110305 |Bulk Prc Avlb
  • Laser Gold Saw Blade Germany 3/0 | Sold By dozen | 110305 |Bulk Prc Avlb

Description

Superior manufacturing techniques and quality controls ensure that the teeth on every Laser Gold™ saw blade are straight, uniform, sharp and flexible so they cut cleanly and won't drift while cutting.
• Made of high-grade steel and a special alloy, which gives them maximum flexibility.
• More metal at the spine of the blade, which makes each saw blade less likely to snap.
• Use each saw blade longer, getting full value from them and spending less time changing blades.

Brand: 
Laser Gold™ 
Size: 2/0 
Country of origin: Switzerland 
Shipping weight: 0.276 ounces (7.836g) 

How To Saw More Successfully

Know how to go about your sawing tasks so as to ensure yourself the best possible results. From preparing your workpiece to choosing a blade to preparing the saw, these tips help make your sawing tasks efficient and effective, time after time. 

Step 1  Test the tension of the saw blade before sawing; a loose blade will not cut properly and will tend to break easily.
Step 2  Choose a saw blade fine enough to have at least two teeth within the thickness of the metal you are cutting.
Step 3  Choose a saw blade according to the intricacy of the cut line; use a finer blade when cutting curves than when cutting straight lines.
Step 4  Keep the saw frame in as vertical a position as possible when sawing, and use long, even strokes.
Step 5  Hold the frame at a right angle to your body and bring your work to the saw. If you’re sawing a circle, turn the material to the saw instead of trying to maneuver the saw around the material.
Step 6  The motion should come from the elbow (not the wrist) for efficiency and longer life of your saw blades. The wrist should be locked, but the hand grip should be light; no white knuckles.
Step 7  Always lubricate blades with BurLife® to ensure smooth cutting.

 

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