Carbide Blade For Difficult Metals

Lenox's Ti-Tech CT band saw blade is designed for cutting large cross-sections or difficult to machine metals. It has a set-style tooth pattern that is specifically designed to cut straight and eliminate the pinching that can occur when cutting high stress metals like Inconel and other super alloys. The high grade

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Lenox's Ti-Tech CT band saw blade is designed for cutting large cross-sections or difficult to machine metals. It has a set-style tooth pattern that is specifically designed to cut straight and eliminate the pinching that can occur when cutting high stress metals like Inconel and other super alloys. The high grade carbide tips are precision ground for efficient cutting while maintaining a balanced work load between the teeth, the company says. The teeth create three thick chips with each pass, making a more productive cut by keeping the blade moving through work hardened materials.

The blade comes in 14 specifications ranging from 1/4" to 3" in width. Two new TPI configurations make it possible to cut these high stress metals in an even wider range of sizes, according to the company.