Diameter: The diameter of this blade is 305 mm, which is approximately 12 inches. This size is typically used for larger miter saws and table saws.
Material: These blades are usually made from high-quality, hardened steel and have carbide-tipped teeth for better cutting performance and longevity.
Teeth Count: The number of teeth on the blade can vary widely, depending on what the blade is designed to cut. More teeth generally result in a smoother cut. For a blade of this size, it’s common to see anywhere from 60 to 100 teeth.
Bore Diameter: The bore diameter, also known as the arbor size, is dependent on the saw the blade is intended to fit. Common bore sizes for a blade of this diameter could be 25.4 mm or 30 mm.
Kerf Width: This refers to the thickness of the cut that the blade makes in the material, which is determined by the thickness of the blade itself. For a blade of this size, you might expect a kerf width of around 2.8 to 3.4 mm.
Maximum RPM: The maximum RPM (revolutions per minute) is the top speed that the blade can safely rotate. This will depend on the design and size of the blade. For a blade of this size, it might be in the range of 4000 to 5000 RPM.
Suitability: This blade should be suitable for cutting a variety of materials, including hardwood, softwood, plywood, and other sheet materials, depending on its specific design.
Design Features: "Expert Series" blades often have additional features to improve performance and lifespan. These might include heat expansion slots to reduce warping, a special coating to reduce friction, or a specific tooth design for cleaner, faster cuts.
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