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4/6/2017

Saw Blade Line Covers Various Applications

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Eastec 2017: Controx Neuhauser will present a full line of standard saw blades and side-chip-clearance saws for a range of precision cutting applications.

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Controx Neuhauser will present a full line of standard saw blades and side-chip-clearance saws for a range of precision cutting applications. These blades are available in inch diameters ranging from 1" to 8" and metric diameters from 20 mm to 250 mm, with fine, medium and coarse tooth pitches to fit application requirements. These saw blades are made of High Speed Steel (HSS), cobalt steel or solid carbide and are available with or without PVD or CVD coatings to enhance performance and service life.

The blades are ideal for a range of applications, including gold and silver jewelry, fastener production, resistors, electronics, thin or thick-walled pipes and profiles, extrusions, abrasive, high-tensile materials, and more.

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