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8/7/2008

Saw Blades Use Cermet Technology

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Cut Technologies Metal LLC’s cermet-tipped circular saw blades are designed for cutting mild and stainless steels. The cermet-tipped blades, known as CTC-1000, CSM-1000, CSS-1000 and ColdCut-1000, allow most metal to be cut faster and with less material lost to kerf. Their tooth material and design allow stainless

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Cut Technologies Metal LLC’s cermet-tipped circular saw blades are designed for cutting mild and stainless steels. The cermet-tipped blades, known as CTC-1000, CSM-1000, CSS-1000 and ColdCut-1000, allow most metal to be cut faster and with less material lost to kerf. Their tooth material and design allow stainless steel and other hard materials to be cut with a finished edge. The cermet-tipped saw blades are said to work well with high-production cold saw machines, standard cold saw machines and chop saws.

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