From my experienced in reviews for tools, it’s quite full for query in terms of question such as
“Can you Just give me a blade that will cut everything!”> Well that might be a problem since at that time cutting blades are too low for standards – thanks to innovation, it gets slick and smart. Carbides specially the wood blade types are often used nowadays to cut with almost anything concrete in sight (* Sorry for the analogy) like asbestos to zirconium, rubber, steel, insulation, paper or plastics, aluminum and may include wood composites or types – wood blade can do more.
Tool reviewers often selected accordingly to test and review tools such as core bit, concrete saw, wood blades and other handy professional tools with consideration to the stuff’s accuracy, result excellence, life span and handling convenience before it released to the market – and that’s what I refer to the first paragraph
“No carbide wood blades that can cut anything!”For that instance, variety of different carbide blades run on is just as diverse as the concretes they cut. Wood blades for instance, the cutting is like pushing the wood blades downward where as the different types like radial saw is the opposite of the latter one (blades moves into the material and the cut is upward format or process – that’s the reason why I don’t agree with having a saw that could cut everything concretes since the process are both different in any concrete materials.
These are just a few of the many designs of carbide wood blades. Mishmash of these tooth styles and others, along with variations in hook, kerf, clearance angles, carbide grades, and tooth pitch, make it possible to solve most sawing problems in wood and other concrete materials.
[Sources: *wikipedia.org and *Gila Tools]