The Metal Sawing Technology triple chip carbide tip band saw blade is one of our newest carbide-tipped Band Saw Blades. In combination with the Velox 250N band saw, this saw blade can make short work of tough materials that bi-metal blades cannot cut. This Haltbar 1002 features teeth ground from high-quality, micro-grained carbide cylinders. The teeth are welded to a tough, ductile backing material.
These carbide tip blades offer exceptional fatigue, shock and wear resistance, even when cutting difficult to machine materials. The Haltbar 1002 can slice through steels, high-alloy metals, titanium, stainless steel, Inconel and more.
This blade’s ability to can handle multiple applications is due to it’s carbide-tip teeth. Its versatility can add workplace efficiency to any project, making life easier for metal sawing shops to take on additional projects. This special tooth design has a triple-chip grind and positive rake angle that make for smooth, fine-finish cuts on wood, mold steel, carbon steel, tool steel, alloy steel, bearing steel, stainless steel, titanium alloys, nickel-based alloys, and aluminum and other nonferrous metals.
Durable Carbide Tip and Steel Backing
The carbide tips on the teeth makes them harder and more wear-resistant than bimetal or carbon steel band saw blades. In addition to an exceptional cutting surface, the blade has a steel backing that adds to its fatigue resistant qualities. It can make cuts in solid shapes.
The blade is available with a choice of variable pitch or constant pitch. The variable pitch has a variable tooth size and gullet depth to reduce noise levels and vibrations, and to remove chips efficiently. The constant pitch has uniform tooth spacing and gullet size for general-purpose cutting.
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Call Metal Sawing Technology: 713-697-1605