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evolution Mehrzweck-Kreissägeblatt 210 mm Artikelnummer: 4260G

34,99 €
Das evolution Mehrzweck-Kreissägeblatt 210 mm ist für Arbeiten mit Holz, Stahl und Aluminium geeignet und daher vielseitig einsetzbar. Alle Schnitte erfolgen sauber und ohne störende Grate. Bei der Arbeit werden Funken weitgehend vermieden und es entsteht keine Hitze. Auch wenn das Kreissägeblatt speziell auf die Anforderungen der evolution RAGE Sägen zugeschnitten wurde, kann es problemlos auch auf anderen Kreissägen zum Einsatz kommen, die eine Bohrung von 25,4 mm aufweisen und ausreichend Platz für Sägeblätter mit einem Durchmesser von 210 mm bieten.
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Bohrung: 25,4 mm
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evolution Mehrzweck-Kreissägeblatt 210 mm wurde bewertet mit 4.5 von 5 von 28.
Rated 2 von 5 von aus Blunts quickly Great product for first few cuts but as previous reviewer says, blunts very quickly and even at the current discounted (£25.00) price these are very expensive. Good for cutting through random screws etc but no good whatsoever for cutting metal, especially aluminium. Tooth count/set is much to fierce and snags, pulling/wrenching item being cut... sometjmes alarmingly. Tried to get a specific metal cutting blade for this saw and cannot. No-one else seems to make the 210mm/25.4 bore size quoted... which rather makes the purchase of the complete saw something of a bad purchase.... I suppose this is what you get for buying a £99.00 saw :-( Dissapointing
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2012-12-05
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Very Muppet-tolerant! Works well, cuts fast in wood and plastic, and reasonably well through mild steel - I've just cut up half a tonne of 50 mm square tube with mine. I've just replaced the original blade, which lasted 3 years and 14 shows, so it has done a fair bit of work. Best feature on a saw used by a varying team of people, ranging from competent, through novice, to Muppet, is the ability to cut through an embedded nail or screw without any drama, or damage to the blade. Cuts true until it is completely worn out - only then does it start to wander. Definitely recommended.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2016-03-21
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Great saw for the money I got this saw to fit new handrail and spindles on my staircase. It cut the oak clean and straight. I have also been cutting metal rails and the blade still does a clean cut on melamine backed pelmet. The blade bore is an unusual size but you can purchase 30mm to 25.4 bore reducers from a well known auction site. All in all great value for £100.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2013-06-03
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Astonshing Blade I have had one of Evolution's blades in my saw for a year now. Used it to cut up a steel scaffold pole! Quicker than a knife through butter! It has since sawn through 72 oak sleepers and it is still going strong! Also a formica worktop was sliced through (upside down of course!) with a perfectly clean cut that needed no dressing.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2016-04-13
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Doesn't perform as advertised. I have one of these in an Evolution 210mm sliding mitre saw and have been very disappointed. It was great at first then I had to cut some used 2x2 timber that had a few broken decking screws in it and the blade blunted on the first one. It will cut through them but is useless afterwards. The problem I now have is the mitre saw needs a 25.4mm (1") bore blade and this is the only one I can find.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2012-07-10
Rated 4 von 5 von aus Blade Great saw for most cutting. Quality laminate flooring blunts blades very quickly. Budget to replace blade after 20m2.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2012-05-03
Rated 5 von 5 von aus Nice blade Blade is good for the money. As I own an evolution saw its easy to get the right blade with correct bore size.
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2015-05-30
Rated 4 von 5 von aus all round blade Due to the size of the blade and bore for the rage saw you are limited to blade choice, cheaper blades don't cut as well, more expensive blades take away the goodness. If the blades cost less it would make the rage saw and blade more economical. But to be fair is does cut well (after cutting metal though the edge for fine wood cutting is lost).
Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2013-08-12
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