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Reciprocating Saw Blades

Reciprocating Saw Blades

Commonly used in construction, demolition, and maintenance applications to cut through wood, metal, drywall, masonry, and other building materials, reciprocating saw blades come in a range of materials, lengths, thicknesses, tooth geometries, and teeth-per-inch (TPI) counts. 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 and width that is compatible with your tool.

Multipurpose

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

Lenox

Extreme-Durability Fast-Cutting

High-Durability

High-Durability Vibration-Reducing

Milwaukee

Fast-Cutting Vibration-Reducing for Flexible Cuts

Fast-Cutting for Flexible Cuts

For Confined Spaces

High-Durability for Straight & Plunge Cuts

Long-Life Fast-Cutting Vibration-Reducing For Flexible Cuts

Multipurpose For Air-Powered Saws

With a tooth geometry that creates small chips and reduces friction and heat during cutting, these blades can cut through metals, plastics, and composite materials. They are compatible with air-powered saws with a 1/2" shank.

For Metal

Providing a balance of flexibility and durability for everyday metal-cutting tasks in plumbing, electrical, and demolition applications, these reciprocating saw blades have a tooth geometry that is well suited for cutting sheet metal, hollow tubing, and structural shapes.

Lenox

Extreme-Durability Fast-Cutting

General Use

High-Durability Vibration-Reducing

Vibration-Reducing

Milwaukee

Fast-Cutting for Flexible Cuts

For Curved Cuts

High-Durability for Straight Cuts

Long-Life Fast-Cutting for Flexible Cuts

Long-Life High-Durability for Straight Cuts

For Wood

Optimized for a variety of wood-cutting tasks, including cutting engineered lumber and nail-embedded wood, these reciprocating saw blades are often used in carpentry, construction, demolition, and forestry applications.

Lenox

Extreme-Durability Fast-Cutting

For Pressure-Treated & Engineered Lumber

High-Durability

High-Durability Vibration-Reducing

Long-Life Fast-Cutting

Milwaukee

Fast-Cutting Vibration-Reducing for Flexible Cuts

Fast-Cutting for Flexible & Plunge Cuts

For Confined Spaces

For Flush Cuts

For Pruning

For Roughing-In

High-Durability for Straight & Plunge Cuts

Smooth-Finish Fast-Cut

For Abrasive Materials

An abrasive grit on the continuous edge of these reciprocating saw blades allows them to cut through hard and abrasive materials such as cast iron, fiberglass, ceramic, stone, brick, and plaster.

Lenox

Fast-Cutting

Long-Life Fast-Cutting

Milwaukee

Fast-Cutting

Long-Life Fast-Cutting

For Drywall & Plaster

Often used in construction and demolition projects, these sturdy reciprocating saw blades can cut through drywall, plaster, and lathe.

Multi-Directional for Installed Drywall

Dual-Stroke Cutting for Confined Spaces

Dual-Stroke Cutting

Smooth Dual-Stroke Cutting

For Curved Cuts

For Plastic

Select these reciprocating saw blades for cutting through plastics such as schedule 40 PVC pipe. Typically shorter than standard reciprocating saw blades, these blades can maneuver more easily in tight spaces.

Assortments

Reciprocating saw blade assortments contain multiple blades in different sizes and styles for cutting through a variety of materials.

Bi-Metal (High Speed Steel) Edge