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EHS IC-Heavy Set Bandsaw Blade

Extra Heavy Set bandsaw blades are equipped with heavy-set teeth that provide extra blade clearance. This minimizes binding or pinching when beam stresses are relieved and/or when bundles move during cutting. Because of its tooth geometry, EHS blades reduce vibration and noise levels, providing for smoother finish and the prevention of chipped and stripped teeth. EHS are the types of blades preferred in structural cutting applications and are specially designed for cutting H- and I-beams and structural steels that have a tendency to close in on a cut. They are also excellent for use by steel fabricators, production cutting houses, and …

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501 Series Bandsaw Blade

Structural materials are made up of different types of steel formed in a specific shape or cross-section, and to cut these types of materials requires a specific bandsaw blade. Knowing blade type and tooth pitch as applied to materials, specific shape, and size is helpful as well as being key to successful output. Whether carbon, carbide, or bi-metal, the various saw blade types all possess unique features for specific usage. Bi-metal saw blades are general-purpose workhorse saw blades considered a preferred blade for use on structural materials. The bi-metal has unique, coarser teeth with high wear resistance, making them durable and long-lasting. Bi-metal blades are made up …

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SineWave® Bandsaw Blades

SineWave® technology is a developed technology for carbide and bi-metal bandsaw blades. Simonds application engineered SineWave® technology enhances cutting ability, reducing work time and increasing blade life. SineWave® technology features a value-added broaching action by utilizing ramps on the back edge of the saw blade. This technology exerts more force into the cut without having to increase machine pressure. Oscillating bandsaw technology uses a unique rocking motion that forces each tooth of the bandsaw blade to penetrate the work. SineWave®’s rocking motion ensures better tooth penetration for faster cutting rates while allowing the blade to cut with less pressure, extending blade life. SineWave® cuts …

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Haltbar M42 701-601 Series

The Haltbar M42 701 series bandsaw blade will cut through applications that the 601 series blade cannot. The 701 series is designed to cut Inconel, D2, Monel, and other exotic alloys. The unique tooth geometry, plus the addition of an 8% cobalt backing strip, helps to assure prolonged blade life even under constant feed pressure. The 701 series bandsaw blade is good for production cutting of stock bars and solid rounds, and is recommended for applications that are prone to work hardening. The 701 series variable tooth height and set make this a high performance bandsaw blade that allows for an …

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Haltbar 1001-1002 Carbide-tipped Saw Blades

The Haltbar 1001 Foundry carbide-tipped saw blade is a Type 1 bandsaw blade offering exceptional fatigue, shock, and wear resistance when cutting aluminum castings, fiberglass, Masonite, plastics, composite materials, and abrasive woods. The 1001 is no match for case hardened or spring steel, aluminum, nickel-based alloys, high-speed, duplex, and heat resistant steels. It is often referred to as a foundry carbide blade because of its common usage in cutting gates and risers. The Haltbar 1001 saw blade is used primarily for aluminum castings, Masonite, plastics, composites, and abrasive woods. Its set-tooth carbide blade is beveled, with a straight lead tooth …

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