24 Raker Premium Bimetal Bandsaw Blade for Metal

SuperCut Premium Bimetal Bandsaw Blades are a superior blade with high alloy, high speed M2 steel teeth and a spring steel back to provide flexibility and toughness in the blade. Bimetal blades will give lower cost per cut on tough sawing jobs. Bimetal blades are welded by an electron beam under high vacuum to attach the strip of high speed M2 steel to the spring steel back. The teeth are then milled or ground into the M2 steel.

SuperCut Premium Bimetal Blades will cut a variety of materials, including wood, plastics, soft metals, standard steel products, and hard to cut metals such as stainless steel. Bimetal Blades have a higher initial cost than Carbon Tool Steel Blades, but they will generally outlast Carbon Tool Steel Blades by approximately 10 times, so the cost per cut is considerably less. Structural shapes should be cut at a blade speed of 350 fpm (feet per minute) wet, 200-250 fpm dry. When cutting solids, blade speeds should be 300 fpm or less wet, 200 fpm or less dry.

NOTE: all cutting should follow the simple rule of no less than 2 teeth in contact with the cut at all times, while not allowing more than approximately 10 teeth to contact the cut. Any fewer than 2 teeth in contact can allow the material to drop into the gullet of the blade, causing teeth to shear off. Allowing more than approximately 10 teeth to contact the cut can cause the teeth to not remove the waste effectively and can cause binding in the cut and also damage the teeth and set.

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SuperCut Premium Bimetal Bandsaw Blades are a superior blade with high alloy, high speed M2 steel teeth and a spring steel back to provide flexibility and toughness in the blade. Bimetal blades will give lower cost per cut on tough sawing jobs. Bimetal blades are welded by an electron beam under high vacuum to attach the strip of high speed M2 steel to the spring steel back. The teeth are then milled or ground into the M2 steel.

SuperCut Premium Bimetal Blades will cut a variety of materials, including wood, plastics, soft metals, standard steel products, and hard to cut metals such as stainless steel. Bimetal Blades have a higher initial cost than Carbon Tool Steel Blades, but they will generally outlast Carbon Tool Steel Blades by approximately 10 times, so the cost per cut is considerably less. Structural shapes should be cut at a blade speed of 350 fpm (feet per minute) wet, 200-250 fpm dry. When cutting solids, blade speeds should be 300 fpm or less wet, 200 fpm or less dry.

NOTE: all cutting should follow the simple rule of no less than 2 teeth in contact with the cut at all times, while not allowing more than approximately 10 teeth to contact the cut. Any fewer than 2 teeth in contact can allow the material to drop into the gullet of the blade, causing teeth to shear off. Allowing more than approximately 10 teeth to contact the cut can cause the teeth to not remove the waste effectively and can cause binding in the cut and also damage the teeth and set.

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austin127
Perfect for stainkess

Great blade, i use this soley for 304 stainless 3inch exhaust and 1.5inch shed40 header pipe and they work great.If your cutting aluminum use the 14tpi with the more jagged teeth instead on this.

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