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Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades for Purchase
Bi-Metal Bandsaw blades are multipurpose blades with the potential to cut through simple metal and also perform production cutting of superalloys. Bandsaw Blades are renowned for their longevity and versatility. Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades are available for purchase on SawBlade.com.au.
Purchase a different Bandsaw Blade for different tasks depending on the type of application. Bandsaw blades come with different teeth per inch ratio, each suited for a particular task. Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades are an excellent choice for cutting nickel-based materials to non-ferrous alloys. Bandsaw blades can also perform intricate tasks like creating structural shapes.
Full Range of Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades
Bi-Metal Bandsaw blades come in a full range of width starting from 6mm up to 80mm. TPI(teeth per inch) range in bandsaw blades is from 1tpi to 24tpi to cover any application for steel cutting. Bi-Metal Bandsaw blades have M42 cutting tips, with a high chromium flexible backing strip. This strip makes the back portion of the blade which makes it flexible and less prone to breakage.
Bi-Metal Bandsaw Blades have back aligned welding with high-quality weld using the up to date flash butt welding techniques.
Profile Tooth Blades
SawBlade.com.au also offers one of a kind blade called the Profile tooth blade. Profile tooth blades have a unique design that gives extra backing and support behind the tooth. Profile blades are designed for interruptive cuts such as pack cutting, thin wall tubing, and structural beam applications.
Bi-Metal Bandsaw blades come with a green protective capping to protect the blade during transport. The green capping, when left on the blade, also protects the operator when he is loading the blade onto the machine.
SawBlade.com.au can manufacture bandsaw blades according to your specifications. Get in touch to provide us with details of your application and the type of machine you are using. And we will help you find out the best blade for your application.
5 Easy Steps to Build Your Own Sawblade
2. Great job, now select the Width
3. Select the Length (mm) (Round up to the Closest Increment)(Round up to the Closest Increment)
3. Now Enter the Exact Length in (mm) (Made to your Order)
4. Select the TPI (Teeth Per Inch)
5. Select the Quantity of Blades
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