How to choose your saw blade ?
For the cleanest, best possible cut, you can find a range of different saw blades in our online shop. Our blades are sold individually or in sets of 5 or 12, so you can be certain that you’ll always have the right tool for the job!
We also have packets of 5 spare blades for the A2PRO saw available in our online shop. These 5 extra blades will surely come in handy and enable you to saw away, whatever the day!
For cutting your fine metals, you can opt for a set of 12 1/0 blades suitable for fret saws. The saw blade is ideal for cutting wood or thin metal parts. The deep-throated fret saw is a great choice for intricate work and smooth, curved cuts. You may also be interested in a set of 12 4/10 or 2/0 fret saw blades for cutting wood, plastic, rubber or thin metal sheets.
We also stock a selection of saw blades with teeth that vary in number per cm. To guide you in your blade choice, bear in mind that the more teeth a blade has, the finer and more precise the cut is.
Finally, you can also find the coping saw blade to fit into your fret saw and we have sets of 12 blades to choose from in the following ranges: No. 0, No. 1, No. 2 or No. 3.
How do you maintain your saw blades in good working condition ?
Good maintenance of your saw blade will keep it sharp and allow you to use it for as long as possible. It is essential to keep your blades sharp so you can saw accurately and achieve the best finishes. For safety reasons, we would advise using gloves when handling your saw blade. Precision cutting involved in model building can potentially lead to accidents and small cuts if the saw slips. When tidying your saw away, we would also strongly recommend covering the blade with a guard or similar protection to avoid further injury.