Saw Blade

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Saw Blade

 

a cutting tool. It consists of a heat-treated steel strip with teeth (usually triangular) cut in one edge. Saw blades for metalworking are up to 600 mm long and up to 2.5 mm thick; for woodworking, up to 500 mm long and up to 1.5 mm thick.

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