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Bandsaw Blades for High-Productivity Cutting

Nov. 10, 2020
Carbide-tipped blades feature triple chip tooth geometry and a positive rake angle, offering fatigue-, shock-, and wear-resistance for cutting cast materials, gates and risers, abrasive nonferrous metals, and more.

L.S. STARRETT CO., manufacturers of saw blades, metrology systems, precision measuring tools and gages, offers bandsaw blade solutions for challenging cutting applications – as well as a new, web-based selection tool to help determine the appropriate bandsaw blade.

For foundries, Starrett Advanz™ FS carbide-tipped bandsaw blades feature triple chip tooth geometry and a positive rake angle, recommended for obtaining precise cuts and excellent finish results when cutting abrasive materials. Advanz™ FS blades feature teeth ground from high-quality, micro-grained carbide cylinders welded to a tough, ductile backing material, resulting in reduced cutting time and high productivity. These carbide-tipped blades offer fatigue-, shock-, and wear-resistance for a range of applications, including cast materials, gates and risers, abrasive nonferrous metals and more.

The Bandsaw Blade Selection Tool  is an efficient way to configure and select a Starrett bandsaw blade. Input parameters include specifying the blade type, such as bi-metal, carbide grit, carbide-tipped, carbon, diamond grit, or stainless. Users can designate blade width, thickness, and tooth pitch. Results display the Starrett bandsaw blade with a link to product details, including blade features and specifications. Users also have the option to start the selection process by sorting on the Starrett bandsaw blade product name.

Starrett experts can help select the right saw blade, set up bandsaw machines, and help customers to maximize a sawing operation. Starrett offers a range of bandsaw blades, including bi-metal for cutting a variety of ferrous and nonferrous materials; and carbide-tipped blades, that are ideal for cutting extremely hard, abrasive materials. Bandsaw blades coated with carbide grit and diamond grit cut highly abrasive materials with precision, producing an excellent finish.

Also available is a line of carbon bandsaw blades for horizontal and vertical machines with manual or gravity feed. Learn more at www.starrett.com