Circular Saw Blades

Woodwork crafting demands precision, finesse, and the right tools. At Timbecon, we understand the nuances of woodworking and have created a collection of circular saw blades that ensure every cut is perfect, down to the last millimetre. With our range, you can transform your circular saw into a tool of mastery, allowing you to tackle any woodworking challenge with confidence.


Timbecon’s Circular Saw Blades: A Cut Above the Rest

At Timbecon, we know from experience the difference a sharp and precise blade can make when using your saw. That’s why our collection of circular saw blades contains options from top brands Freud and Torquata

You can find the following types of circular saw blades in our collection: 

  • Ripping blades: ideal for preparing long wooden planks for flooring or making lengthy cuts when constructing wooden framing for furniture.
  • Crosscutting blades: these blades are designed to make precise and smooth cuts across the wood grain. They’re also suitable for trimming and creating wooden panels or frames
  • Metal-cutting blades: as the name suggests, these blades are best kept for those woodworking projects that may involve metal elements - think custom furniture with metal accents.
  • Dado blades: a dado stack is great for woodworking projects involving joinery - think bookshelves and cabinet making, work which requires precise grooves for fitting pieces together
  • Grooving wide Kerf blades: if you need to create wider grooves or slots for your project, this blade is for you. 
  • Industrial general-purpose blades: this blade can become a go-to, as its versatility makes it the perfect choice for rough cuts to finer finishes. Great for furniture or detailed interior woodwork.



Precision in Every Grain with Timbecon’s Circular Saw Blades Collection

You deserve nothing but the best equipment for your woodworking projects, and with Timbecon by your side, you can be assured of just that. Our circular saw blades are more than just tools – they promise enhanced precision, quality, and unmatched excellence in every project. Explore our extensive range to fill your workshop, with all the essentials from bandsaw blades and table saws to circular blades and more. With Timbecon, you can experience the transformative power of precision with every cut. 



What types of circular saw blades do you offer?

At Timbecon, we stock a diverse range of circular saw blades, including ripping blades, cross-cutting blades and combination blades. These three blades will help you complete most woodworking projects. We also stock specialty blades, such as metal circular saw blades and dado blades, for the more complex aspects of your project.

How do I choose the right blade for my woodworking project?

Consider the materials involved and the type of cuts you will need to make before choosing a blade. A combination saw blade might be better if you know you’ll be cutting along and across the grain of the wood. You may also want to invest in a dado stack if creating grooves or dadoes is essential to your project. The good news? The Timbecon team is here to help. Our expert team is ready to hear the ins and outs of your latest project and provide advice on the tools that can help bring your projects to life.

What materials are your blades suitable for cutting?

Our circular saw blades are versatile and suitable for cutting a variety of materials such as wood, plastics, and aluminium. The choice of blade, for example, a metal circular saw blade, will depend on the specific material and cutting requirement of your project

How do I determine the right number of teeth for my project?

The number of teeth on your circular saw blade has a direct influence on the finish and speed of your cut. If you want to crosscut your materials, your circular saw blade should feature more teeth for a finer cut. Circular saw blades with fewer teeth are ideal for those ripping tasks and rougher, quick cuts.

How do I maintain blades to ensure their longevity?

Proper care of your circular saw blades means they operate smoothly and effectively for longer. Make sure any residue is removed after each use, and regularly sharpen the blades to ensure optimal performance. Store the blades lying flat in a dry and debris-free location.

Are your blades compatible with all circular saw brands?

At Timbecon, we stock reputable brands known for their superior quality and versatility. Our collection of circular saw blades is compatible with most saws, you’ll just need to cross-reference the specifications in your machine manual and the specifications of the blade.

What safety gear should I wear when using a circular saw blade?

Safety glasses, ear protection and a dust mask are some essentials you should invest in before using your saw. Make sure to keep any loose clothing, hair or jewellery secured away. We stock a range of well-made safety accessories and equipment for any woodworking project - take a look at our complete collection online today. .

What is the difference between a ripping blade, crosscutting blade, and a combination blade?

Ripping blades are ideal for cuts parallel to the wood grain, crosscutting blades for perpendicular cuts, and combination blades offer the versatility of both. Depending on the specifics, you may need to purchase a few different blades to complete your woodworking project.

Do you offer specialty blades for tasks like dado cuts or laminate cutting?

We do. Our collection includes specialty blades designed for those more unique or precise woodworking tasks. Browse our collection of dado circular saw blades, or thin and wide kerf blades to see you through each cut needed.

How do I prevent the blade from binding or getting stuck during cuts?

To prevent binding or sticking of the table saw blade during cuts, it's important to start with a sharp blade that's appropriate for the material being cut. Ensure the blade is properly aligned with the mitre slot and fence, and make sure it's parallel to avoid any uneven cuts. Employing splitters or riving knives is crucial as they help keep the cut section of the wood from closing and pinching the blade. Adjust the blade height so it's just slightly above the thickness of the material being cut. Utilise featherboards to apply consistent pressure against the fence, enhancing stability and reducing kickback risks. Always feed the wood through the blade at a steady, controlled rate, and avoid using twisted or warped wood, as this can increase the chances of binding.

How do I store the blades safely when not in use?

Store the blades in a dry place, away from dust and moisture, and ensure they are properly secured to prevent accidents or damage.

Are there any guarantees or warranties provided with your circular saw blades?

We’re committed to providing equipment and products that will be by your side through many a woodworking project. You can find out more information about warranties for our range of circular saw blades within our product pages, or you can give our team a call for specific information.

What blade sizes (in diameter) do you offer?

We offer various blade sizes to accommodate different cutting capacities and circular saw models, ensuring flexibility in your woodworking tasks. We have a range of Torquata blades to suit smaller hand held circular saws, as well as blades between 250mm and 300mm in diameter for table saws.

How do I prevent burns and marks on the wood when cutting

Using the most suitable sharp blade and maintaining a consistent feed rate helps prevent burns and marks, ensuring a smooth cutting experience.

How do I know when to replace or sharpen a blade?

Regular inspections for dullness, damage or residue build-up will guide you on when to sharpen or replace the blades to maintain cutting quality.

What is the maximum RPM rating for your blades?

This will change depending on the blade you choose. All our blades have specified RPM ratings to ensure safe and efficient operation, tailored to various circular saw models.

Are your blades resistant to corrosion and rust?

Timbecon stocks blades that are designed to resist corrosion and rust.

Why are there different kerf widths?

Kerf widths vary to suit different cutting needs, influencing the amount of material removal and quality of the cut, allowing for customised woodworking precision.