Since 1924, Milwaukee has been a leader in developing innovative solutions for experienced craftsmen and home repair enthusiasts alike. Ace Hardware carries a large inventory of Milwaukee blades in stock for every type of project. Whether you're searching for replacement Milwaukee SAWZALL blades, band saw blades or something in-between, make smooth, safe cuts every time with the right blades for the job.
Learn how to choose new Milwaukee saw blades for the types of cuts you need to make with this guide.
Choosing the Best Milwaukee Saw Blades for Your Projects
The success of making clean cuts with your SAWZALL, circular saw, jig saw or reciprocating saw depends on having the appropriate blade for your tool. Here a few factors to consider when choosing a Milwaukee blade:
- The type of saw you’ll use: Some Milwaukee blades are specifically designed to be used in particular saws. Using the wrong type of blade for your tool could produce poor results and could be a safety hazard.
- The types of cuts you need to make: Do you need a blade that's made exclusively for crosscutting or ripping? Are you willing to change the blade each time you alternate from one type of cut to another, or do you prefer a Milwaukee saw blade that can make several types of cuts?
- The materials you'll be cutting: Do you cut a lot of a single type of material? Or, do you need a blade that's capable of cutting multiple types of materials?
Types of Milwaukee Blades
While there are many Milwaukee saw blade options available in our inventory, choosing the appropriate fit for your power tool doesn't have to be a complicated process. We'll walk you through some of the different types of Milwaukee blades we carry so you can make the right decision for your needs.
Milwaukee SAWZALL Parts
Milwaukee reciprocating saw blades cut through drywall, fiberglass, wood, plaster, stucco, masonry, metal, composite and other materials. Typically made of tough carbon steel, carbide grit or bi-metal, Milwaukee SAWZALL blades are flexible enough to bend without breaking. When shopping our selection of Milwaukee SAWZALL parts, keep in mind that the longer the blade, the deeper the cut will be.
Milwaukee Band Saw Parts
Milwaukee band saw blades come in an array of widths, materials, configurations and tooth designs. Picking the appropriate blade thickness depends on the type of work you need to do. Thinner blades perform well for lighter tasks, while thicker blades withstand more strain from straight cuts.
Milwaukee Circular Saw Blades
Capable of cutting through masonry, wood, plastic, metal and other materials, Milwaukee circular saw blades are designed for use with table saws, miter saws, radial arm saws and standard circular saws. These blades can often be used interchangeably between tools and their recommended applications are usually printed on the blades for easy identification.
If you're looking for help selecting the perfect Milwaukee saw blades for your project, stop by your local Ace to get expert advice from our helpful staff about which blades might be best for you. After shopping our collection of Milwaukee blades, keep your most-used tools and accessories neat and organized by exploring our tool storage and organization