5/22/2008

Set Style Carbide Blade For Difficult To Cut Metals

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Lenox's Tri-Tech CT band saw blade designed for cutting large cross-sections of difficult-to-machine metals is versatile in its ability to cut a range of materials from high-strength steels to nickel-based alloys. The blade 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.

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Lenox's Tri-Tech CT band saw blade designed for cutting large cross-sections of difficult-to-machine metals is versatile in its ability to cut a range of materials from high-strength steels to nickel-based alloys.

The blade 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  workload between the teeth. The tooth geometry of the blade creates three thick chips with each pass, making a more productive cut by keeping the blade moving through work hardened materials. The backing steel goes through a detailed preparation process that minimizes body breakage and extends the life of the blade.

 

 

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