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In our shop you will find a huge selection of circular saw blades. To help you find the right circular saw blade quickly and easily, we have sorted the saw blades not only by size, but also by application and the material to be processed.

Our motto: Find the right saw blade with just a few clicks! 

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Welches Sägeblatt passt zu meiner Säge?

Wir haben die Kreissägeblätter nach Größe sortiert, da sich die Auswahl des richtigen Sägeblattes immer nach dem Außendurchmesser des Blattes und Durchmesser der Innenbohrung richtet. Diese Maße müssen mit den Maßen der Kreissäge übereinstimmen, auf die das Blatt passen soll.

Beispiel:

  • Außendurchmesser Sägeblatt: 250 mm
  • Durchmesser der Bohrung: 30 mm

→ Das passende Kreissägeblatt findet sich in der Kategorie: 250 x 30

Mit wenigen Klicks zum richtigen Sägeblatt

Wählen Sie bitte zunächst den für Ihre Handkreissäge, Tauchsäge, Tischkreissäge oder Formatsäge passenden Größenbereich aus. Danach erhalten Sie eine zweite, feinere Auswahl an Kreissägeblättern, in der Sie die passende Bohrung des Kreissägeblatts auswählen. Im nächsten Schritt werden Schnittgüte und Material bestimmt. Hier bestimmen die Anzahl der Zähne und die Beschichtung des Sägeblattes, welches Kreissägeblatt das richtige für die geplante Anwendung ist.

Sägeblätter von professionellen Marken

Unser gesamtes Sägeblatt Angebot stammt von namhaften europäischen Herstellern wie TREND, FREUD oder Festool und Karnasch made in Germany. Die von uns getroffene Auswahl orientiert sich immer an den Ansprüchen professioneller Nutzung durch das Schreinerhandwerk oder die holzverarbeitende Industrie. Jeder Holzwerker, ob Profi oder ambitionierter Hobbywerker ist immer gut beraten, ein qualitativ hochwertiges Kreissägeblatt einzusetzen. Dies gewährleistet Sicherheit beim Arbeiten und beste Schnittergebnisse. Einfachste Ausführungen, die in den Großflächen-Vertriebsformen zu finden sind, führen wir generell nicht. Vertrauen Sie auf unsere Kenntnis als Spezialanbieter für Sägeblätter mit hohem Anspruch.

Reduzierringe für Ihr Sägeblatt

Sollten Sie in Ihrer Größenwahl nicht das gewünschte Blatt finden, ist ein Reduzierring ggf. eine passende Lösung für Sie. Die hochwertigen Ringe werden in die Bohrung eingelegt und somit wird die Bohrung des Sägeblatts verkleinert.

Frequently asked questions about Circular saw blades - huge selection

  • 1. How do I find a suitable circular saw blade for my project?

    If you are looking for a suitable circular saw blade, there are a few basic rules to follow. First of all you need to know the right size of saw blade for your circular saw. The measurements you need are:

    • The outer diameter of the circular saw blade
    • The diameter of the hole in the middle

    When you have these two values, the next step is to determine the cutting width and quality of cut. Depending on the wood or material you want to cut, saw blades of different widths with different numbers of teeth are suitable. You will find these two values, in addition to the outer diameter and the diameter of the hole, in the article description of the saw blade.

    Example: Circular saw blade HM 125 x 2.4/1.6 x 20 mm, Z=24

    Diameter: 125 mm
    Cutting width: 2.4 mm
    Blade thickness: 1.6 mm
    Bore diameter: 20 mm
    Number of teeth: 24

  • 2. How many teeth should my circular saw blade have?

    Depending on the number of teeth and how the teeth are positioned, determines which applications the saw blade is suitable for. Basically there are three groups:

    Saw blades with less than 36 teeth

    Circular saw blades with less than 36 teeth are excellently suited for fast rip cuts and, thanks to their large teeth, are particularly impressive with good cutting performance. This results in a coarse and rough cut.

    Saw blades with 36 to 48 teeth

    Circular saw blades with more than 36 to 48 teeth are preferably used for cross cuts and thus correspond to a medium to fine cutting quality.

    Saw blades with more than 60 teeth

    If a circular saw blade has 60 or even more teeth, it is optimal for extra fine cuts. But it is also ideal for cutting harder materials.

    In short: circular saw blades with fewer but large teeth are suitable for rip cuts along the grain. Saw blades with several small teeth are ideal for cross cuts against the wood fibre. And: The more teeth a saw blade has, the finer and cleaner the cut.

    Our recommendation:  Our best selling blades are from worlds leading blade producer, the Italian manufacturer FREUD they offer a large selection of saw blades from fine to coarse cut with a top price-performance ratio. Their series "Die Roten". are the most popular
  • 3. Which tooth angle is suitable for my application?

    There are the following tooth angles:

    • Positive tooth angle: The tips of the teeth point diagonally forward. They are perfectly suited for working on wood.
    • Neutral tooth angle: The tips of the teeth are set straight. They are excellently suited for working on metal.
    • Negative tooth angle: The tips of the teeth point diagonally backwards. They are excellent for sawing hard materials.
  • 4. What can I cut with a circular saw?

    There is a suitable saw blade for almost every building material. The most common materials that can be cut with a circular saw are wood, aluminium and plastics, but also steel, stone, fibre cement and plasterboard.

  • 5. Which saw blade do I need for which material?

    In addition to universal blades, we also offer circular saw blades designed especially for specific wood types.

    • Softwood (e.g. pine and spruce)
    • Hardwood (e.g. beech, oak, ash)
    • Firewood and construction timber (May still contain screws or nails)
    • Woodlike materials (e.g. laminate)

    Our circular saw blades for hardwood are finer saw blades with at least 70 teeth. If you want to be strong against the fibre, it is best to choose a blade with even more teeth. The very fine toothing makes it possible to separate the wood fibres without tearing them out. 

    With firewood and construction timber, it is not the beauty of the cut that matters, but rather the speed. For this application, we recommend a coarse circular blade with about 24 teeth for this application.

    For laminates, our recommendation is for a fine saw blade, as these cuts should be free of tearing. This also applies to heavily veneered or plastic-coated boards. For this purpose, it is best to use a tear-free saw blade.

    Our tip:

    Do you want to cut materials containing nails or screws without removing them first?, then you should get a nail-proof (NF) saw blade, normal blades are quickly ruined by these things. Caution: Loose nails, staples or even branches can lead to the chipping of the carbide teeth.

  • 6. What is a NF circular saw blade?

    If you want to cut wood with foreign material (e.g. nails or screws) and you do not want to remove them before, you should use a nail resistant saw blade.( NF meaning nail-proof) A normal saw blade could dull or break quickly

  • 7. Which speed do I need to use?

    In general, you will find the information on the maximum speed on the circular saw blade. If this is no longer legible or it was not printed at all, there is a general rule of thumb -  the blade diameter dictates the maximum speed for cutting wood.  The maximum speeds for cutting other materials can vary considerably.

    In short: the smaller the saw blade diameter, the higher the maximum permissible speed.

    Saw blade diameter
    Recommended maximum speed
    80 mm
    23.800 rpm
    100 mm
    19.100 rpm
    120 mm
    15.900 rpm.
    125 mm
    15.200 rpm
    210 mm
    9.000 rpm
    216 mm
    8.800 rpm
    250 mm
    7.600 rpm
    254 mm
    7.500 rpm
    300 mm
    6.300 rpm
    315 mm
    6.000 rpm
    350 mm
    5.400 rpm
    400 mm
    4.700 rpm
    450 mm
    4.200 rpm
    500 mm
    3.800 rpm