New Glardon Jewelers Saw Blades
Glardon® jeweller's sawblades are developed and produced to offer you the best possible experience and ensure consistent quality. These are a totally new round back jewelers saw blade made in Germany and carrying the Glardon brand name. These blades are Super Flexible and Super Sharp. These Super blades are given a special coating process and the end of production that makes for a longer lasting blade that stays sharp longer and produces Super results. Give them a try! If you are not satisfied with them for any reason return the unused blades to us within 30 days of purchase at no charge (in the USA) for a full refund.
Recommended for gold, silver and other soft alloys like copper, brass and aluminum. Jewelers Saw Blades are 130 mm (5.125") long and are used in jeweler's saws and fretsaws. They will not fit coping saws.
Choose from 12 sizes:
149.800D or G 8/0 .16mm (.0063") thick-.32mm (.0126") wide-33 teeth per CM (84 teeth per inch)
149.801D or G 7/0 .17mm (.0067") thick-.34mm (.0134") wide-33 teeth per CM (84 teeth per inch)
149.802D or G 6/0 .18mm (.0070") thick-.36mm (.0142") wide-30 teeth per CM (76 teeth per inch)
149.803D or G 5/0 .20mm (.0080") thick-.40mm (.0157") wide-26 teeth per CM (66 teeth per inch)
149.804D or G 4/0 .22mm (.0086") thick-.44mm (.0174") wide-25 teeth per CM (66 teeth per inch)
149.805D or G 3/0 .24mm (.0095") thick-.48mm (.0190") wide-22 teeth per CM (61 teeth per inch)
149.806D or G 2/0 .26mm (.0102") thick-.52mm (.0205") wide-21 teeth per CM (56 teeth per inch)
149.807D or G #0 .28mm (.0110") thick-.56mm (.0220") wide-20 teeth per CM (53 teeth per inch)
149.808D or G #1 .30mm (.0118") thick-.60mm (.0236") wide-19 teeth per CM (51 teeth per inch)
149.809D or G #2 .34mm (.0134") thick-.70mm (.0276") wide-17 teeth per CM (43 teeth per inch)
149.810D or G #3 .36mm (.0142") thick-.75mm (.0295") wide-16 teeth per CM (40 teeth per inch)
149.811D or G #4 .38mm (.0150") thick-.80mm (.0315") wide-15 teeth per CM (38 teeth per inch)
The above numbers are sold in packs of 12 individual saw blades and also in packs of 144 individual saw blades (by the gross).
When choosing the correct sawblade, a good rule of thumb is to have at least 3 teeth cutting at one time.