Choosing the correct Bandsaw Blade

WHICH STYLE BANDSAW BLADE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

This is a great article which will help you to choose the correct bandsaw blade each and every time. Includes information and descriptions of every different style blade and what materials and/or applications each bandsaw blade is used for. You can also download, print, or view the entire bandsaw catalog in PDF e-Book format

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Carbide Tipped
Chrome Backer – NXT-CT™
Triple Chipped bandsaw blade For high productivity cutting of difficult machining materials such
as inconel, hasteloy and titanium.
Set Tooth Triple Chip For aluminum castings and foundry applications.
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Bi-Metal bandsaw blade
M51 – Mach 12™
* For cutting solid or heavy walled exotic materials.
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M42 – Excel™ bandsaw blade
Broach Tooth Less aggressive zero rake angle, resists tooth strippage on smaller
cross sections of high alloy, heat treated or stainless steels.
Posi and Hook Tooth An aggressive rake angle that provides faster cuts on solid
work pieces where tooth strippage is not a common occurrence.
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**M42 – Contour Band™**
Hook Tooth Bandsaw bladeNarrow widths with an aggressive rake angle for faster cuts in aluminum and nonferrous materials.
Broach and Constant Tooth Narrow widths with a less aggressive angle that resists tooth strippage when cutting high alloy, heat treated or stainless steels.
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