10/22/2008

Carbide Tipped Band Saw Blades

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The M-Factor By Morse carbide tipped band saw blade product line from The M. K. Morse Company has expanded to include the M-Factor CH and M-Factor GP blades.

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The M-Factor By Morse carbide tipped band saw blade product line from The M. K. Morse Company has expanded to include the M-Factor CH and M-Factor GP blades. The CH is engineered for optimal cutting performance on case hardened materials, while the GP design tackles common cutting of carbon steels and stainless steels. These two blades join the M-Factor AF aluminum foundry blade.

 

The 1” (27-mm), 1-1/4" (34-mm), and 1-1/2” (41-mm) CH and GP carbide tipped bands are designed to be tough blades engineered with a high performance steel backer. These blades accept higher speeds and heavier feed forces required in carbide tipped band applications. Fast cutting, smooth finish and long service life are immediate benefits provided by the triple chip tooth profile. The blades are available in a variety of band widths and thicknesses.

 

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