Advanz carbide-tipped band saw blades feature a high-quality, submicron-grain carbide tooth tip cylinder with a triple-chip grind, which is welded to a tough, ductile back. These blades also feature quality carbide-to-back bonding and offer fatigue, shock, wear and strip resistance when cutting difficult-to-machine materials, the company says.
The blades are available in “FS” and “TS” configurations. FS is designed for materials such as Fiberglass, masonite, plastics, composites, aluminum castings and abrasive wood. TS features a special tooth profile for efficient cutting of difficult-to-machine steels including high-alloy metals, titanium, stainless steel and Inconel.
The line includes thicknesses ranging from 0.75" × 0.035" to 3.125" × 0.063", in a complete range of positive rake pitches. Available lengths include 100- and 150-ft coils as well as welded-to-length on 2.625" × 0.063" and 3.125" × 0.063" blades.