IRWIN’s Marples Sub-Brand Now Includes New Circular Saw Blades for Fine Woodworking, Finish Carpentry, and General Construction
Huntersville, NC – IRWIN Tools continues the rich heritage of its Marples sub-brand by introducing the new IRWIN MarplesWoodworking Series saw blades. Long known for its quality and precision, the Marples name has been a favorite among fine craftsmen and professional tradesmen since its origin in 1828. Made in Italy in IRWIN’s new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, the new IRWIN Marples Woodworking Series saw blades are crafted to the highest design standards for precision and accuracy. These laser-cut, thin kerf saw blades feature extra-sharp, oversized carbide teeth for long life and multiple re-sharpenings. Engineered with a heat-resistant, non-stick coating, these blades reduce gumming for cleaner, truer cuts. Designed for a wide range of applications and materials, the new IRWIN Marples Woodworking Series saw blades — available in 10” diameter with 24-, 40-, 50-, 60-, 80- and 84-tooth count, 12” diameter with 40-, 60-, 80-, 96- and 100-tooth count and an 8” Stacked Dado set — are engineered for extended life, flawless finish and ultimate precision cutting. Giorgio Pozzo, one of the foremost experts in saw blade manufacturing, will oversee the production of the IRWIN Marples Woodworking Series saw blades in IRWIN’s new high-tech manufacturing facility located in Udine, Italy. The facility features some of the world’s most advanced saw blade technologies.
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