- 22 Aug 2017
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- New Zealand
I would also recommend Freud as a 'go to' make. I'd put up with a blade on my B&D saw for so many years until I realized that less than 10 of the 24 'tips' was still in place
After some research, replaced it with a Freud - absolutely delighted.
Looking at Toolstation though, it seems Freud don't do a 25.4mm bore (at all) though reducers are available, you have to be sure that the correct thickness is observed. It also seems that they only do one 254mm OD but there are 9 at 250mm so using one of those you lose 1mm on the max DoC.
Thanks for the link. I have one very dumb question, its one I have wondered about for some time, so here goes! When buying a saw blade for my table saw, assuming it fits, can I use the same blade for my hand held circular saw? What about my track saw? Is the use of the word "circular" mean any type of machinery that uses a round blade (again assuming it fits re: # of teeth, size of blade, size of arbor, kerf, etc.) or are the saw blades made for each specific type of machinery?Trevanion's treatise is the best I've came across.