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King Arthur Tools Lancelot Blade 5/8"x 14T
Item #:2237899 | Quantity Available: 2
$49.99 Regular

Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for Grinders - 5/8" arbor
The 14 tooth Lancelot chain saw cutter fits most 4 1/2" (115mm) and 125mm European angle grinders.  5/8"(16mm) center hole.  More aggressive than the 22 tooth and leaves a coarser finish but you'll be amazed at the smooth finish. NOTE: Only 5/8" (16mm)  center hole blades may be tandem mounted. Excellent for rapid wood removal, cutting and general shaping.
Lancelot and Squire are used on disc or angle grinders as individual blades and may also be used in tandem combinations with the addition of our Universal Nut.
All the saw chain cutters feature a full house design - which means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not seperated by skip links common to standard chain saw.  All the blades have twice the amount of regular teeth, resulting in the blade powering its way through the hardest of woods and other soft non-ferrous materials.
important feature, combined speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with most effcient and powerful cutting and shaping tool accessory in the world.  Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in the wood, on most occasions it will cut through
obstruction.  If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a waring to stop the angle grinder.  This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding.
All the chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" chain saw file.
Fits most popular angle grinders including - Bosch - B&D - Craftsman - Dewalt - Fein - Hitachi - Milwaukee - Porter Cable
Safety & Assembly Instructions
Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. We only recommend use of 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch).
   1. Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut.
   2. You're wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for
assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out!
   3. You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own.
   4. I'm going to refer to wood as the object being cut, however, if your subject is ice, bonsai trees, rubber or any other soft non-ferrous materials, the cutting techniques are the same.
   5. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16".
   6. These tips are written for right hand use carving simply because our tools fit right hand angle grinders. The standard hand position is to lightly but firmly grip the auxiliary handle with your left hand and the body of the grinder with your right. There's no need to use a vise grip and make your knuckles go white with the pressure - you'll exert much easier control with a firm relaxed grip.