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  • Saw Blade University Part 3


    Saw Blade University - Part 3

    Saw blade selection is very much proprietary to your saw, what you cut, and your cutting objectives. The basic signs of top quality are characteristics like premium materials, precision construction and advanced design. Good fit and finish, large polished carbide tips, C.N.C. laser cut heavy steel plate, and coatings are not a guarantee of high quality but they are a strong indicator that a premium blade was the intent of the manufacturer. Some saw blades are better suited for certain applications and work best on specific types of saws. Blades for the table saw tend to have a positive hook angle while blades for a sliding compound miter saw (SCMS) and radial arm saw (RAS) tend to have a very low to negative hook angle. There are different blade designs for wood, plywood, melamine, laminates, MDF, plastics, and non-ferrous metals. Look for a blade that’s recommended for the type of saw you own and the applications that you intend to use it for. Choosing appropriate saw blades and cutters is among the most important choices you will make for the performance and safety of any tool. Infinity saw blades are designed to offer superb cuts, reliable performance and extended cutting life. We achieve this by manufacturing saw blades that only use the highest quality materials, manufacturing techniques and employ advanced design. Continue reading

  • Saw Blade University Part 2

    Saw Blade University - Part II Dive Deep on Infinity Tools Saw Blade Technology

    Saw Blade University - Part 2

    Welcome to part-two of our Saw Blade University. In this post we get more into the details regarding the design of our blades and give you some very useful information to help you choose the right saw blade for your application. Do you know what the "Golden Rule" is? If not, keep reading and you'll discover the differences in tooth count, tooth configurations, and why gullets and expansion slots are important to blade performance. Good quality circular saw blade design is as important as using the best raw materials and production techniques and making sure you've got the right saw blade for the job will make a big difference. Read below to learn more about choosing the best saw blades for your shop.
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  • Saw Blade University Part 1

    010-044_largeSaw Blade University - Part 1

    Welcome to the first of a three-part series on our award winning saw blades.  This first blog post talks about how we design and manufacture our Infinity Tools saw blades. Learn about the entire manufacturing process; from steel and carbide selection to quality control and also get a first hand look at pictures of our saw blades being produced in a state-of-the-art European facility.

    The second post goes more into the design of the blade talking about tooth count, tooth configuration and rake angles, gullets, and extra features like anti-vibration and expansion slots.  Our third post will teach you how to choose the best blade for your application, the features you should look for in a quality saw blade and discuss different types of blades available. The third post also give you some clever hints and practical advise on choosing the style of blade that will work best for your job, as well as a great chart to help in saw blade selection.  This is useful information for all woodworkers and the chart makes quick work of choosing which blade is right for your machine and application.

    If you're a woodworker that wants the best saw blade for every job or you're curious as to what goes into making the best saw blades, you should spend a minute and read these Saw Blade University blog posts. Thanks for your interest and please leave us a comment to tell us what you think!

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  • Get Your Hand Tools Scary Sharp with The MPower P.S.S.


     A new woodworker's perspective on tools

    by Matt Breckinridge

    There are things in a woodworker’s life that just have to be done, and for many of us sharpening is probably the first that comes to mind. Some people take pleasure in performing this daily ritual. They get up before the sun, clear off a space on their bench or shop sink, and set to a task that is blissfully repetitive and achieves results that are difficult to see with the naked eye. By the end you get a chisel that can shave the hair off the back of your hand, and cut through hard maple end grain with ease. Continue reading

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