Can you cut aluminum with a cold saw?
Similarly, you may ask, can I cut aluminum with a circular saw?
Guide to Cutting Aluminum with a Circular Saw. Most grades of aluminum offer excellent work ability and weldability, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. The preferred way to cut this material is with a miter saw but a circular saw still works.
Subsequently, question is, what is the best cold cut saw? 10 Best Cold Saws
- Makita LC1230. See More Images. Read Reviews & Check Price.
- DEWALT DW872. See More Images.
- EVOSAW380. See More Images.
- Makita 4131. See More Images.
- MK Morse CSM9NXTB 9-Inch. See More Images.
- Evolution Power Tools RAGE2. See More Images.
- MK Morse CSM14MB 14-Inch. See More Images.
- Baileigh CS-315EU. See More Images.
Keeping this in consideration, how do you use a cold cut saw?
How to Use a Cold Saw, Making Your First Cut.
- Step 1: Moving the Saw Without Accidently Starting It. hold by bar, not trigger, or by large handle.
- Step 2: Adjusting Piece Position. move saw blade down to the score mark and adjust piece as necessary (line up the blade with the mark)
- Step 3: Securing Piece. clamp piece in place.
- Step 4: Making the Cut.
What kind of blade Do I need to cut aluminum?
Blade Manufacturing makes a hss blade with 200 teeth for cutting really thin aluminum, say window screen track, but for most material being cut a carbide blade with 8 teeth per diameter inch will do well, 10″x 80 tooth is a good example.