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Bosch CB748ST 7-1/4 in. 48-Tooth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade
Model#: BSHNCB748ST
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Bosch CB748ST 7-1/4 in. 48-Tooth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade

Model#: BSHNCB748ST
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Bosch offers a complete line of woodworking and specialty saw blades. The expanded product line offers tooth grind configurations for a wide range of applications.
Features:
  • Patented C-3 Dyanite carbide teeth are diamond ground to be precision sharp from the start and stay sharp up to 6X longer than standard carbide
  • Impact resistant tri-metal shims between each carbide tip and the blade act as shock absorbers in tough applications
  • A fully hardened thin kerf plate means less material is removed which allows for a faster cut while still remaining straight and true
  • The thin kerf along with anti-friction coating and body slots on high RPM 7-1/4-in blades help the blade run cooler
  • Expansion slots reduce blade warping
Includes:
  • Double Ended T25-T30, 1-1/2-in Screw Driver Bit

Specifications

Arbor Size: 5/8-in Standard, 13/16-in Diamond
Diameter: 7-1/4-in
Hook Angle: 0 Degrees
Kerf: 0.079-in
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Teeth: 48

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  • 7-1/4-in 48-Tooth Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade

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    Is this designed to cut structural steel angles, channels & tube up to 3/8 Inch?
    Asked on 7/2/2013 by Don from Alameda, Ca

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      Yes, you can use this blade to cut 3/8" steel angles, channels and tube.

      Answered on 7/3/2013 by Ken from Atlanta, GA
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