Evolution Power Tools 14BLADEST Steel Cutting Saw Blade, 14-Inch x 66-Tooth , Blue

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Evolution saw blades are designed to deliver maximum performance by using the highest grade Carbide, Hardened blade Bodies, and ultra high-grade brazing techniques

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Designed to increase performance..-Note: Designed for use with Evolution saws or other low RPM saws.

1600 RPM

66 Carbide Teeth, .094-Inch Kerf

1-Inch Arbor Size

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‎Evolution Power Tools

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Item Weight

‎1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14 x 14 x 1 inches

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer







‎Mild Steel







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Cutting Diameter

‎14 Inches


‎Metal Cutting

Included Components

‎1x Blade

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Batteries Required?


Assembled Diameter

‎14 Inches





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#4,668 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#2 in Diamond Saw Blades#2 in Circular Saw Blades

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Date First Available

May 19, 2009

10 reviews for Evolution Power Tools 14BLADEST Steel Cutting Saw Blade, 14-Inch x 66-Tooth , Blue

  1. goldeng

    I bought this at the same time I bought a Diablo metal cutting blade. I used the Diablo first and it was junk (didn’t last more than a few weeks of cuts, where I was surprised since Diablo products are usually good). I’ve been using this Evolution blade since the Diablo died, and the Evolution has given me months of metal cuts (including numerous 1/4″ and 1″ mild steel cuts) without showing any signs of slowing. I’ll only buy Evolution from now on.

  2. Axis CNC

    When I first got my Evolution a few years ago I tried other brand blades. I was convinced there was a reason another popular brand blade costs 3 times as much. Their is not. The Evolution blade lasts just as long and I can make hundreds of cuts in mild steel. Just remember, as with all blades, let the blade do the work.One thing. This is NOT for a standard chop saw. It is for a special low RPM steel cutting saw so don’t try it on your Dewalt. You will burn up the blade and possibly your saw. It is for cold cut steel saws ONLY.

  3. Tommy Prophet

    I have used this blade (evolution 14″ metal blade, $80 ) for about 40 cuts so far in 1/8 x 2 x 4 steel tube.It has yet to indicate any dulling. I bought a cheaper blade before this one, ($50) and barely made it thru 3 cuts. It was returned the same day I got it.I used a constant oil spray, and low speed. I don’t have an Evolution metal saw, but I have a regular high speed metal chop saw that ordinarily uses an abrasive blade. I slowed it down to maybe 12-1500 rpm with a variable transformer that I got on Amazon for about $60. (I tried a router speed controller first, but it burned up.)Take it slooow, with light pressure, use oil or water spray to keep the blade cool, and you will be rewarded with long life.

  4. Drew B Andrews

    I can only compare this to a new Dewalt blade that I have had. I found this blade to cut a little faster and last a little longer. I was satisfied enough to buy another one when my original finally got too dull to cut. I regularly cut anything from light 1/8″ tubing to 1/2″ plate and 3/8″ angle and the blade works just fine. On another note I have found that many companies offer mail in blade sharpening services and after recently getting my original blade back from one of these it is as sharp as new and the cost was half that of a new blade.

  5. Fab Guy

    I bought this blade so that I could leave a review. I read some reviews that discounted this blade. The fact is that I own a metal fabrication shop and these are hands down the best blades that are available. I have tried every blade that I can get my hands on and these last twice as long as any other blade we have used. They only last us 3-4 weeks but we are a shop with 11 employees. We use this blade to cut steel tubing up to 2″. Larger sizes can burn up the blade pretty quickly. For the larger materials we use a horizontal band saw. With that said, I hope that this review is helpful for you. Blessings.2/8/17.Update: We now have 22 employees and 3 of these saws running in the shop. Still the best blade. Read the reviews. The people leaving bad reviews are not using this blade properly, whether its on the wrong saw or material or a host of other misuses. I left some tips below that should help with blade longevity.

  6. sciguy

    I had a project utilizing 316 Stainless steel, and needed a blade for my Makita LC1230 12-Inch Metal Cutting Saw. I love the steel cutting Makita blade that came with the saw, but balked at the price of the Makita SS blade with it’s very limited life. So I took a chance on this blade, and wow, am I glad I did! Awesome smooth cuts in 316 with no appreciable dulling over multiple cuts of 0.5 inch solid bar and 0.75 inch tube. When I eventually dull this thing, I will gladly buy another.

  7. Jason

    I have an evolution compound sliding miter saw and these are difficult to find blades for. The 1 inch arbor (hole in the center of the blade) is not standard. I did see several reviews and videos that you can adjust the bushing to change these blades to the standard arbor size. My saw does not have this feature. I love this saw and I’ve cut aluminum, wood, plastic, and wood with nails with the original orange blade. I recently cut som nice poplar and oak and I got a little tear out. So I am trying their Wood only blade. I cut a couple sample pieces and this blade seems solid. I think with these evolution saws that for ease of install and simply use I would just recommend using the evolution blades. I’m satisfied so far.

  8. Brian M. Saylor

    Mind you this blade is absolutely NOT designed to be used on solid stainless. However it cut through inch and a half solid stainless steel bar. It was something I needed to do and I was willing to sacrifice the blade for the project. It was the last thing I needed to complete the project I was working on. The blade had already been used for other projects within its intended purpose. I kept waiting for it to break or disintegrate – it never did- it eventually dulled and barely made it to the end – but it never failed. That’s as tough as it gets. I’m sold, and I’m buying another one. Along with a proper blade for Stainless Steel.

  9. W Craig

    This thing absolutely rocks on stainless tubing. All of the heat goes into the chip and away from your workpiece, so you won’t ruin your welds with rust down the line from austentite precipitation. The cut is straight and requires pretty much zero finishing for a perfect cope. I love welding pie cuts, so this thing made my life a lot better.THAT SAID…This is a tool made of lots of carbide inserts. Carbide is very very brittle. Feed this blade even slightly too fast and the teeth will shatter like glass.Be good to it, and it will be good to you.

  10. LaszloK

    1st off know your metal for angle iron, “T” iron most flat bars use band saw thats the way to go.If you use it for cutting tubing it should last for months. DO NOT “plunge cut” unless its really necessary. We cut lots of structural steel I beams and such, plates up to 1/2″ no complains what so ever Only note: use low RPM Mitter or handheld saw such Metal Devil, Evolution, Slugger or similar. We evaluate the blade based on the task, job sites cut: I beams, 5/8 tubing and such if its last 1 day its a win! We saved lots of work hrs compared to any other cutting process and the final product looks more professional; time saver. Labor cost more. These blades has lots of different sizes we use this brand in 9″ Slugger and we process min of 1 ton of flat bar/ blade. If your blade does not last that long you are doing something wrong perhaps cutting to fast, generating to much heat not keeping the tool 100% straight, tilting etc. Heat kills the blade. We cut 3/16 and 1/4 sheets 4×8 and 6×10, each cut is between 4-10 lft /cuts for over 3 months on a single blade, lots of tons of steel (modified Evolution Mitter Saw, we made a portable hand held sliding bridge saw out of it to cut up to 132″ straight cuts)

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