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Jigsaw Blades

Jigsaw Blades

Cut straight or curved lines, irregular shapes, and patterns in a range of materials, from wood to metal to concrete, with these jigsaw blades. Blades come in a range of materials, thicknesses, lengths, tooth geometries, and teeth-per-inch (TPI) counts to suit a wide range of materials and applications. TPI is the number of teeth per inch on the cutting edge. Generally, blades with higher TPI leave a smoother finish on the workpiece but cut more slowly, and blades with fewer TPI cut more quickly but leave a rougher finish on the workpiece. Choose a blade with a shank style that is compatible with your tool.

For Wood

For Wood

Use these jigsaw blades to make fast, rough cuts in a variety of materials such as hard and soft woods, plywood, particle board, and laminates. Generally, wood-cutting blades have a lower number of teeth per inch (TPI) than metal-cutting blades, which makes them suitable for faster cutting speeds.

Carbon Steel

T Shank

U Shank

Bi-Metal (High Speed Steel)

T Shank

U Shank

For Metal

For Metal

Metal-cutting jigsaw blades generally have more teeth per inch (TPI) than wood-cutting blades for making slow, clean cuts in a variety of metals, including ferrous and nonferrous sheet metal and pipes.

High Speed Steel

T Shank

U Shank

Bi-Metal (High Speed Steel)

T Shank

U Shank

Carbide

T Shank

Multipurpose

Multipurpose

These jigsaw blades are the most common choice for cutting through a wide range of materials, such as wood, metal, and plastics.

Bi-Metal (High Speed Steel) Edge

T Shank

U Shank

For Abrasives

For Abrasives

Carbide-tipped or diamond-edged jigsaw blades cut through tough, abrasive materials such as ceramics, plaster, cement board, and fiberglass. Abrasive-cutting blades typically have a higher tooth-per-inch (TPI) count than wood-cutting or metal-cutting blades for slow, clean cuts.

Carbide Grit

Diamond Grit

Carbide Tipped

Assortments

Assortments

Have the right jigsaw blade on hand for a range of applications with these assortments, which include blades of varying materials, lengths, and tooth-per-inch (TPI) counts.

For Wood Cutting

T Shank

For Metal Cutting

T Shank

For Multipurpose Cutting

T Shank

U Shank