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2/24/2017

Standard Saw Blades and Side Milling Cutters for a Variety of Applications

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PMTS 2017: Controx-Neuhauser full line of standard saw blades and side chip clearance saws are suitable for a range of precision cutting applications.

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Controx-Neuhauser full line of standard saw blades and side chip clearance saws are suitable for a range of precision cutting applications. Available in U.S. imperial dimensions with diameters from 1” to 8” and metric dimensions from 20 mm to 250 mm, with fine, medium and coarse tooth pitch to suit application requirements.

In addition to these standard saw blades and side milling cutters, the company also stocks replacement blades for Hydromat, George Fischer, Rohbi, Bimax, Presstal Eisele, for various screw machines including Swiss-type. The company manufactures its standard saw blades from high speed steel (HSS), cobalt steel (HSSCo), or solid carbide and are available with or without PVD or CVD coating. An in-house heat treatment facility ensures optimum quality saw blades and fast delivery, the company says.

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