Experience the highest quality cut in the industry.
We proudly offer Evolution Saw Blades. Evolution Blades are designed to deliver maximum performance by using the highest grade carbide, hardened blade bodies and ultra high grade brazing techniques. They fit EvolutionTM, DeWaltTM, MakitaTM or MorseTM saws. All of our blades offer premium quality, designed to increase performance! We stock blades from 5-3/8" up to 15".
When cutting metals, Evolution blades leave an instantly workable finish and produce virtually no heat, burrs or sparks. This allows the material cut to be handled quickly instead of having to wait for the metal to cool down, as required with abrasives.
Evolution Blades cut faster than traditional abrasive blade methods. An Evolution mild steel blade can cut through 6" of 1/4" thick mild steel plate in as little as 12 seconds.
Abrasive blades wear down quickly. This reduces both cut quality and cut capacity depth. It also increases the costly replacement of abrasives required to complete the job. An Evolution mild steel blade can last as long as 20 or more abrasives and maintain its quality and capacity throughout, saving time and dollars.
Abrasive blades tend to flex and "walk" during a cut. Evolution blades are designed for accuracy and precision.
Abrasive blades can create excessive dust, fumes, smoke, fire and can even explode. Evolution Blades produce very few sparks, create little heat and are an overall safer alternative to abrasives.
Types of Blades
Mild Steel Blades for square tube, angle iron, mild steel plate, pipe, tube and other ferrous metals
Thin Steel Blades for cutting ferrous metals under 1/8" in thickness, including sheet metal, metal roofing and electrical conduit
Stainless Steel Blades for square tube, angle iron, stainless steel plate, diamond plate, pipe and tube
Aluminum Blades for aluminum and other non ferrous-metals, including gratings, extrusions, pipe and tube
Multi-purpose Blades for cutting multiple material applications without switching blades, including mild steel, aluminum, brass, copper, wood, wood with nails, plastics, PVC and plexiglass.