Material: These blades are often made of High Carbon Steel (HCS) which provides a good balance of flexibility and durability, perfect for cutting softer materials like wood.
Tooth Design: Progressor blades typically feature a variable Teeth Per Inch (TPI) design, with larger teeth at the blade’s base for fast cuts and smaller teeth towards the tip for clean, smooth finishes. The TPI might range from 6 at the base to 10 at the top.
Blade Length: The length of the blade can determine the maximum cutting depth. For Progressor blades, common lengths can range from 100mm (4 inches) to 150mm (6 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. T-shank is more common and widely accepted in most modern jigsaws.
Cutting Style: Progressor blades are designed for versatility and can handle both straight and curved cuts efficiently.
Working Material: While designed for wood, these blades might also cut other soft materials like laminates or plastics. Always check the manufacturer’s instructions for material suitability.
Set and Ground Teeth: The teeth are often set (bent outwards) and ground to a sharp edge to enable fast, efficient cutting.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|