Material: These blades are often made from High-Speed Steel (HSS), Bi-Metal (a combination of HSS and High Carbon Steel (HCS)), or Tungsten Carbide (TC). HSS and Bi-Metal blades provide good heat and wear resistance necessary for cutting metals, while TC blades offer superior wear resistance and durability.
Tooth Design: Metal cutting blades often have a higher Teeth Per Inch (TPI) count to ensure smooth, fine cuts. The TPI can range from 14 to 24 TPI, or even more, depending on the specific type of metal the blade is designed to cut.
Blade Length: The length can vary, but for metal, shorter blades are often used for their increased stability and decreased risk of bending. The lengths can range from about 50mm (2 inches) to 100mm (4 inches).
Blade Type: Jigsaw blades come in two main types, T-shank and U-shank. The type you need depends on your jigsaw’s compatibility. Most modern jigsaws use T-shank blades.
Cutting Style: These blades are typically designed for straight, precise cuts but can handle minor curves as well.
Working Material: Basic metal blades are designed for various types of metal, including mild steel, non-ferrous metals, and aluminum. Some may also cut through materials like hard plastics.
Tooth Shape: For metal cutting, the teeth are usually wavy-set and milled, which allows for fine, straight cuts.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|