There’s a perception that accessories using tungsten carbide perform better than non-carbide ones. But does that perception match reality?

In most cases, it does. Carbide blades outperform and last longer than steel or bi-metal in nearly every application. That combination makes it the go-to standard for the best miter saw blades and rotary hammer bits. It’s also gaining more traction for reciprocating saw blades and oscillating tool blades, too.

In terms of raw speed, some tasks benefit from standardized blades. In particular, steel reciprocating blades may cut more quickly in certain materials. Since they can optimize the teeth geometry to the material and avoid the wider kerf sizes, steel blades often beat wider, slower carbide-toothed blades. You also can’t beat the price of a cheap steel reciprocating saw blade. If you don’t intend to cut anything but wood or PVC, a steel blade works great.

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