Simonds International’s SineWave bi-metal blade geometry is said to reduce cost per cut and maximize cutting performance in tough metal applications. SineWave technology uses a rocking motion that forces each blade tooth to penetrate the work. The blades are said to grow in width, creating a self-feeding action that reduces cut times on tough applications, including tool steel and stainless grades as well as many aerospace alloys.
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