Fezer circular saw blades

fezer woodworking machines circular saw machines
modelnumber size
KG20
200 x 18 mm
KG205
205 x 18 mm
KG25
250 x 32 mm
KG30
300 x 32 mm
KG40 S
400 x 32 mm
AB600
600 x 32 mm




Whatever machinery you have, mount a compatible blade measuring the full size. Substituting a close enough undersized diameter may be possible, but not ideal.



Fezer
The origins of the Fezer company go back to the year 1928. At that time Messrs. Fezer and Stoll founded the company FESTO. After only 5 years Albert Fezer left the company and founded his own business FEZER. At the beginning wood working machinery was built. Only many years later, in 1961, he got into the vacuum business. First holding plates for the wood industry were manufactured and then fairly quickly larger vacuum lifters for handling steel.



fezer woodworking machines

Albert Fezer Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Hauptstraße 37 - 39
73730 Esslingen
Germany

website: fezer.com



Circular saw blades have different sizes from a few inches to several feet across. Diameter is the span from one edge of the circle to the other measured along a center line. The radius is half that; it is the span from the center to the edge. A saw doesn't have the capacity to cut that deep, though. Maximum depth of cut is less than the radius. It cuts no deeper than 1/3 of its diameter. A 10" saw cuts about 3" deep at maximum capacity, and usually less. A big blade has greater cutting depth. Not only can a larger blade cut deeper, it also has a larger circumference, or the measurement around the rim. A longer cutting length around the circumference makes space for more tips overall. For this reason, bigger blades have longer endurance. Small blades have less circumference circling the rim, which explains how fast they get used up. A big one might last the equivalent of two smaller ones. However, large sizes won't necessarily allow faster feed; coarseness determines that.

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