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What is RPM, and does it matter?

RPM stands for rotations per minute, which is quite self-explanatory; it’s how many times the blade completes an entire rotation per minute. It all boils down to how fast the blade is spinning, and typically you’d assume that the higher the RPM, then the faster and more efficient your cut is. This isn’t always true, and it all depends on what material you’re cutting and what the diameter of your blade is.

The below table is a rough guide of the recommended RPM, and the maximum based on the diameter of the blade. It doesn’t take into account the material you are cutting, so don’t read the table as if its gospel. Every blade we sell on our website has a recommended RPM on the packaging, so please check that before using.

Blade Diameter

Recommended RPM

Maximum RPM

105mm

9072

15000

115mm

8000

13000

125mm

7257

12000

150mm

6048

10185

180mm

5184

8730

200mm

4536

7640

250mm

3629

6115

300mm

3024

5095

350mm

2592

5365

400mm

2268

3820

450mm

2016

3395

500mm

1814

3055

600mm

1512

2550

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