Number of saw teeth and angle
A higher number of teeth means better cutting performance.
But it also means that the amount ofcarbide tipped will increase, and the price will also increase.
In addition, the more teeth, the smaller the distance between the teeth, the smaller the chip removal rate, and the easier the saw blade to heat up.
When the tooth pitch becomes smaller, the friction between the teeth and the workpiece will increase, which will shorten the service life.
The appropriate number of teeth should be selected according to the specific material and cutting requirements.
In addition to the number of teeth, the angle parameter is also very crucial.
The most vital angle parameters are the front and rear angles.
The larger the rake angle, the better the sharpness and the easier it is to cut soft materials like aluminum cutting.
The rake angle ofcarbide tipped is generally 15°.