FF Saw Blades

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We stock 2 types of tooth configuration ..the "RT" and the "RX" .

In developing the FF Saw Blade , we use the most Advanced ,Ruthless , Discerning Technology available ...:) about a Dozen of the oldest and most experienced Kitchen Installation Companies in the UK .

  The RT is a triple tooth Blade ,in short a triple tooth configuration means every second tooth is a plough tooth designed to remove the bulk of the material ..to do so it is beveled both sides and extends beyond the alternate left/right teeth so that it engages the material first . When the Left/Right teeth then come in contact ,their job is simplified and restricted to "planing" the sides of the cut ..in doing so you achieve a much better quality of finish in man made materials such as laminates , mdf foil wraps etc .
 The complexity of the tooth configuration causes problems for Saw Doctors whose machinery are often unable to cope with the more demanding spec , its just one more reason why we don't push the hook angles or rake angles ...thats not how a triple chip works  ...its absolutely key to be able to resharpen this blade so that the plough teeth extend .2 of a mm beyond the alternate bevel teeth . You ll know its been sharpened incorrectly when you experience a "thud ..thud" in operation.

 A New Blade Is Always Better .
Simple fact ! usually because of the multiple angles on the teeth some of which can't be ground without compromising the Blades clearances .

How are our Blades so cheap ? ..Firstly ! thats what we set to do ,A Professioanl Disposable Tungsten Tipped Blade . The FF brand is optimised for the Interent , so the Bricks and Mortar factor is eliminated , Packaging Costs are slashed ,there are no Middle Men .
The  FF Saw Blade is now the fastest growing Brand in the Market available all over the World , serviced out of the UK for Europe ,Astral/Asia , via Fitters World North America and Fitters World Canada for that side of the Pond  .
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