dewalt series blades whats the difference

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by VdubT25, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. VdubT25

    VdubT25 New Member

    Hi i'm confused!

    I need a 216mm x 30mm bore and many teeth

    Whats the difference between dewalt series 30 , 40 and 60 circular saw blades?

    I need a blade for fine cutting so I know I need lots of teeth but what series should I be going for and would a cheapy ebay blade be OK?
  2. handcraft

    handcraft New Member

    series is the saw i think i believe my dewalt circular is a series 30 and chop saw a 60 if memory serves correctly


    lee
  3. handcraft

    handcraft New Member

    oh and dont get a cheapo blade its not worth it the teeth will probably fly off it while your using it

    lee
  4. marlow-renovations

    marlow-renovations New Member

    Now i'm not 100% sure on this but i read online somewhere that the higher the series number the better the quality of the tungsten carbide used. So series 60 is the best.

    Steve.
  5. handcraft

    handcraft New Member

    i cant find a blade that fits my circ in series 60 ?

    lee
  6. marlow-renovations

    marlow-renovations New Member

  7. Pikerray

    Pikerray Member

    Hi i'm confused!

    I need a 216mm x 30mm bore and many teeth

    Whats the difference between dewalt series 30 , 40
    and 60 circular saw blades?

    I need a blade for fine cutting so I know I need lots
    of teeth but what series should I be going for and
    would a cheapy ebay blade be OK?

    This is the one you need

    www.transtools.co.uk/store/prod_3675/power-tool-accessories/circular-saw-blades-professional-/dewalt-dt4350-series-60-circular-saw-blade-216-x-30-x-60t-dt4350qz.html

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