If you’re like many woodworkers or DIYers, you’ve probably already got a few tools in your workshop. I’m guessing a drill, a saw, maybe some clamps, and you’ve probably made some pretty cool things! Check out this post on my nine must-have tools to 10x your woodworking skills. And if you missed any of these other posts in our woodworking 101 series check them out here: how to sharpen a chisel, how to use a carving knife, and how to cut dovetails by hand.
Now imagine you could build a table without any glue or screws that is stronger than any table you’ve ever sat at.
That sounds pretty cool, right?
You can do it with just a few hand tools that will take your projects from DIY to Craftsmen with just a little bit of practice and knowledge along the way.
Circular saw blade is an important tool and is widely used in wood industry. Its stability, cutting precision, and material-saving ability are the most important features, especially for wood processing industry because of the shortage of precious wood. The Chinese government strongly supports the improvement of timber utilization. Therefore, circular saw blade is becoming thinner and thinner currently for reducing kerf loss and improving the utilization of materials.
However, thermal stress is produced when circular saw blade is working, because the temperature at the edge of the blade is higher than that in other regions of the blade. It will cause high tangential compressive stress on the edge of the circular saw blade, causing a buckling deformation that reduces cutting precision, increases kerf loss, and shortens the saw’s life. Thin circular saw blade is more easily affected by thermal stress. For saving materials, the stability of saw blade is very important, especially for thin circular saw blade.