The following is a list of some facts about the Evolution RAGE 4 Multipurpose Circular Saw:
1. The Evolution RAGE 4 Multi Purpose Circular Saw has a blade length of 12 inches (30 cm).
2. The blade width is 1/4 inch (.
3 cm) wide and the cutting edge thickness is 0.025 inch (.31 mm).
3. The blade height is 3 inches (7.
4. The blade weight is 6 ounces (170 grams).
5. The blade speed is up to 200 revolutions per minute (rpm) and the cutting power is up to 7,000 rotations per minute (rpm).
6. The blade life span is 20 years.
7. The blade’s teeth are alignment and precision ground.
8. The teeth are made of the finest high-carbon steel, which has been heat treated for maximum strength and durability.
9. The bevel tooth design is based on 40 years of proven technology that offers superior performance and requires less power to operate.
10. The ultra-thin kerf design improves cutting performance by consuming less material during the cutting process compared to a traditional circular saw blade.
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