Circular Carbide Saw Blades
CIRCULAR CARBIDE SAW BLADES
Rip Blades have only a few teeth, 24 to 40, and are meant for fast cutting or cutting with the grain of the wood.
FREUD RIPPING BLADES
POPULAR TOOL RIPPING BLADES
GANG RIP SAWS
Gang Rip saw blades are made to run in a series. Acme has a selection of "on-the-shelf" gang rip saw blades as well as the ability to custom manufacture to match your machinery.
GANG RIP SAW BLADES
Crosscut blades have more teeth than ripping blades, mostly 60, and are used to cut wood cleanly against the grain. Crosscut blades are for the job that requires the cleanest possible cut across the grain. Acme carries crosscutting blades for table top, sliding miter, and radial-arm saws.
FREUD CROSSCUTTING BLADES
LAMINATE CUTTING SAWS
Having problems with chipping and splintering veneers? Acme carries circular carbide saws that have a "high" alternate-top tooth style to reduce chipping along the cut.
POPULAR TOOL LAMINATE SAW BLADES
Multi-Purpose, or better known as "Combo" blades, are usually 50 teeth, broken into sections of 5-10 teeth. They have larger gullets to help clear chips while cutting and alternate top bevel tooth pattern to help reduce chipping. These blades are perfect when finish isn't critical, and changing blades between ripping and crosscutting is impractical.
FREUD MULTI-PURPOSE BLADES
NON FERROUS METAL CUTTING SAWS
Blades for cutting non-ferrous metals have a zero or negative hook angle, a triple chip ground tooth, and a thick plate. Acme can help you to match the proper blade to the material type and thickness you are cutting.
TENRYU NON FERROUS BLADES
FREUD NON FERROUS BLADES
Acme Saw can provide truss manufacturers with durable blades that hold up to the rigors of the industry. Please review our catalog, or send us a request for quote if you