CWT Blades Provide Aggressive Cutting Action and Penetration

Originally titled 'Blades Provide Aggressive Cutting Action and Penetration'

Simonds Saw’s CWT carbide tipped band saw blades are for production cutting operations such as in steel service centers, foundries and aerospace sawing and are ideal for aluminum block, aluminum gates and risers, aluminum automation, Inconel and nickel-based alloys.

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Simonds Saw’s CWT carbide tipped band saw blades are for demanding production cutting operations such as in steel service centers, foundries and aerospace sawing applications. According to the company, the blades are ideal for aluminum block, aluminum gates and risers, aluminum automation, Inconel and nickel-based alloys.

These blades have been engineered in a three-tooth set pattern with positive rake geometry, providing aggressive, faster cutting action and penetration, for increased performance in production sawing applications, the company says. They are available in five widths: 1-1/4” × 0.042, 1-1/2” × 0.050, 2” × 0.062, 2-5/8” × 0.062 and 3-1/8” × 0.062 and are shipped in 150’ coils.

Variable tooth pitch (TPI) options include 2-3, 1.9-2.1, 1.4-1.8 and 0.9-1.1 teeth per inch. According to the company, blades are furnished with plastic capping to protect teeth against damage in transit and handling.