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  Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. The 14 tooth Lancelot chain saw cutter fits most 4 1/2" (115mm) and 125mm European angle grinders. Choose from 5/8"(16mm), 7/8" (22mm) or European - 14mm 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) and 14mm center hole blades may be tandem mounted. Excellent for rapid wood removal, cutting and general shaping. These 4" (100mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Lancelot is King Arthur's Tools flagship blade and winner of the Florida's Governor's Award for new products. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructionss 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). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing...
Model : 45814/47814/41414 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Lancelot 14 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. 14 Tooth Replacement Chain fits ONLY Lancelot #45814, #47814 and #41414 Discs. 14 Tooth Chains are not interchangeable with 22 Tooth Discs. Don't want to stop and sharpen your chain? Keep an extra chain on hand, change it out and and sharpen after your day is done! These 4" (100mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Lancelot is King Arthur's Tools flagship blade and winner of the Florida's Governor's Award for new products. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructionss 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). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing wood rapidly, this motion leaves a nice ridged or "arched" effect on the surface. A word of caution. Any of...
Model : 40014 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. The 22 tooth Lancelot chain saw cutter fits 4 1/2" angle grinders. Choose from 5/8"(16mm), 7/8"(22mm) or European - 14mm center hole. Not as aggressive as the 14 and 12 tooth and leaves a finer finish but you ll be amazed at the power and control. Excellent for use in dual tandem combination with another 22 or 14 tooth Lancelot but can also be paired with a 12 or 18 tooth Squire. NOTE: Only 5/8" (16mm) and 14mm size blades may be tandem mounted. Suitable for single use and tandem combinations. Excellent for rapid wood removal, cutting and general shaping. These 4" (100mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Lancelot is King Arthur's Tools flagship blade and winner of the Florida's Governor's Award for new products. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructionss 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). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right...
Model : 47822/ 45822/ 41422 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Lancelot 22 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Lancelot designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools.. 22 Tooth Replacement Chain fits ONLY Lancelot #45822, #47822 and #41422 Discs. 22 Tooth Chains are not interchangeable with 14 Tooth Discs. Don't want to stop and sharpen your chain? Keep an extra chain on hand, change it out and and sharpen after your day is done! These 4" (100mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Lancelot is King Arthur's Tools flagship blade and winner of the Florida's Governor's Award for new products. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructionss 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). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing wood rapidly, this motion leaves a nice ridged or "arched" effect on the surface. A word of caution. Any of...
Model : 40022 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. The 12 tooth Squire chain saw cutter fits 4 1/2" angle grinders. Choose from 5/8"(16mm), 7/8"(22mm) or European - 14mm center hole. More aggressive than the 18 and 22 tooth and leaves a courser finish but you ll be amazed at how smooth the finish is! Primarily used in tandem combination with either a 22 or 14 tooth Lancelot but can also be paired with another Squire. NOTE: Only 5/8" (16mm) and 14mm center hole blades may be tandem mounted. Suitable for single use and tandem combinations. These 3-1/2" (88mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. These blades are used on disc or angle grinders. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Sideways cutting Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructions Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. King Arthur's Tools only recommend use of 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the...
Model : 35812/37812/31412 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Squire designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Squire designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Replacement Chain for Squire 12 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. 12 Tooth Replacement Chain fits ONLY Squire 12 Tooth KA-35812/37812/31412. 12 Tooth Chains are not interchangeable with 18 Tooth Discs. Don't want to stop and sharpen your chain? Keep an extra chain on hand, change it out and and sharpen after your day is done! These 3-1/2" (88mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. These blades are used on disc or angle grinders. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Sideways cutting Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructions Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. King Arthur's Tools only recommend use of 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing wood rapidly, this motion leaves a nice ridged or "arched" effect on the surface. A word of caution. Any of these cutting actions result in wood shavings...
Model : 30012 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. The 18 tooth Squire chain saw cutter fits 4 1/2" angle grinders. Choose from 5/8"(16mm), 7/8"(22mm) or European - 14mm center hole. Not as aggressive as the 12 and 14 tooth and leaves a fine finish. Primarily used in tandem combination with either a 22 or 14 tooth Lancelot but can also be paired with another Squire. Suitable for single use and tandem combinations. NOTE: Only 5/8" (16mm) and 14mm size blades may be tandem mounted. Excellent for rapid wood removal, cutting and general shaping. These 3-1/2" (88mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. These blades are used on disc or angle grinders. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Sideways cutting Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructions Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. King Arthur's Tools only recommend use of 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across...
Model : 37818/35818/31418 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools
  Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Squire designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade Replacement Chain - Squire designed for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools

Also Available... Lancelot and Squire Chain Saw Carving Accessories by King Arthur's Tools are also available in Power Carving Kits that combine them with other King Arthur's Tools grinder attachments. Replacement Chain for Squire 18 Tooth Chain Saw Blade for 4 1/2 inch angle grinders by King Arthur's Tools. 18 Tooth Replacement Chain fits only Squire 18 Tooth KA-35818/37818/31418. 18 Tooth Chains are not interchangeable with 12 Tooth Discs. Don't want to stop and sharpen your chain? Keep an extra chain on hand, change it out and and sharpen after your day is done! See details for more... These 3-1/2" (88mm) diameter chainsaw blades are housed between 2 stainless steel discs and fit most 4 1/2" (115mm) angle grinders. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. These blades are used on disc or angle grinders. Chain - A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth - the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our 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. This important feature, combined with the speed of the angle grinder rotating at between 10,000 to 13,000 rpm's provides users with the most efficient and powerful cutting and shaping power tool accessory in the world. Should the blade hit a nail or piece of wire in wood, on most occasions it will cut through the obstruction. If not, the impact will cause the chain to stop while the discs rotate giving the user a warning to stop the angle grinder. This is a major safety feature which virtually eliminates kickback and binding. All our chains are easily sharpened with a 5/32" (4mm) chain saw file. Center Hole Sizes - Lancelot and Squire are available with three center hole sizes. For the American market the two most common are 5/8" (16mm) and 7/8" (22mm). For the European market they are 14mm and 22mm (7/8"). Part Numbering System - King Arthur's Tools has a simple part number coding system for our large cutters. For example, where the first number is either a 3 or 4, 3 refers to Squire and 4 means Lancelot, the middle two numbers are the center hole size and the last two numbers are the number of teeth. So a 45822 is a Lancelot with 5/8" center hole and 22 teeth. A 31412 is a Squire with 14mm center hole and 12 teeth. The 14mm tools are primarily for European angle grinders. Please specify model, center hole and chain sizes when ordering. How To Use Lancelot And Squire As Single Blade Plunge cuts for rough carving Straight cuts A major rule Long cuts Short straight cuts Sideways cutting Raker cuts Horizontal cuts Notching Stump removal Cutting upwards in a curved surface Feathering Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety Assembly Instructions Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. King Arthur's Tools only recommend use of 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch). DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. You re wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. 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. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16", Squire is 11/16". 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. Plunge cuts for rough carving. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. Straight cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. A major rule. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to "run" away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it "skims" the wood. Long cuts. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18" is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arm s length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Don t press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. Short straight cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time you ll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Sideways cutting. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80 to 85 . Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. Raker cuts. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10 to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as "right to left" above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing wood rapidly, this motion leaves a nice ridged or "arched" effect on the surface. A word of caution. Any of these cutting actions...
Model : 30018 Manufacturer : King Arthur's Tools