A Bridge Saw Blade That's Economical
Finding an economy bridge saw blade involves a couple of factors. First, you have to find a blade that is priced good. Many have heard the saying, "you get what you pay for". So it stands to reason that just going out and finding the lowest priced bridge saw blade is not necessarily going to yield the most economical results. On the other hand, economical involves buying within a budget. The key is to blend these aspects of buying a bridge saw blade so that you get good quality at a reasonable price. Red Cat economy bridge saw blades offer this mix.
Red Cat Economy Blades Perform
The first factor sought in an economy blade is performance. If the blade doesn't perform well, there is no "cents" in buying it. Red Cat blades work well on various materials and run steady on them. The blades feature a silent core and will do 45° miter cuts. One recommended method for using the Red Cat blades is to use the auto amps monitor setting if your saw has one and just let it run. The Red Cat economy blades have tapered segments that contribute to the clean and consistent cutting performance.
Economy blades have to not only be performant, but they also have to be priced right. If the performance is there but they are expensive, it really isn't economical at all. Therefore Red Cat blades are offered at a great price. And since they are compatible with many types of material, they are even more cost effective. If yo can use one blade on more thean one material, then it cuts down on the number of blades a shop needs to spring for.
So price and performance are both factors to keep in mind when searching for an economy blade. And the Red Cat bridge saw blades bring both to your table.