New Circular Saw Blades Feature Nickel Cobalt Teeth

Spyder Products expands its range of circular saw blades with the release of several new options. Spyder’s line of circular saws now spans from 6 1/2-inch to 12-inch sizes for use in miter, table and portable circular saws. Each blade features ultra-tough NiCo (Nickel Cobalt) teeth for long-lasting cutting efficiency, alternating tooth bevel design (ATB) to create clean rip cuts and crosscuts, and an interfused anti-friction coating.

According to the manufacturer, the strong NiCo teeth of Spyder’s circular saw blades are triple sharpened and, when combined with the ATB design, deliver a much smoother cut for a range of applications — from framing and general construction to specialty demolition and fine finish work. Spyder’s interfused anti-friction coating protects the blade against heat, gumming and corrosion. Polymer stabilization vents reduce noise and vibration allowing for rapid drive through the substrate. 

For those involved in demo work, the line now includes a 7-1/4-inch 24T demolition blade, equipped with Demo Drive teeth that last up to 10 times longer than standard blades when cutting through nail-embedded wood. 

The 10-inch 60T and 12-inch 80T versions are engineered for fine finish work, making them ideal for trim and remodeling projects, according to the company. Both blades are built for use in compound miter saws and sliding miter saws. However, the 12-inch 80T model features a diamond knockout making it compatible with worm drive and sidewinder circular saws.

The 7-1/4-inch and 6-1/2-inch 24T models are built for framing and general construction applications. And fine finish work is a breeze with the fine (40T) and ultra-fine (60T) 7-1/4-inch blades.

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