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Simonds Blades Designed for Demanding Cuts

 
Simonds Saw, Fitchburg, Mass., has introduced QUAD 7 Carbide-Tipped Band Saw Blades for demanding production cutting operations. QUAD 7 blades are designed for cutting alloy; high chrome alloy; Inconel and other nickel-based alloys; titanium block and plate; stainless steels; and mold, tool and bearing steels. QUAD 7 Blades feature a positive rake angle four-tooth pattern that produces seven distinct chips. This provides exceptionally high material penetration for faster cutting in production sawing alloy applications, the company claims.
 

Simonds QUAD 7 Carbide-Tipped Blades are available in five widths:
3/4” x 0.050, 1-1/2” x 0.050, 2” x 0.062, 2-5/8” x 0.062 and 3-1/8” x 0.062 and are shipped in 150-foot coils. Variable tooth pitch (TPI) options include 2.5-3.5, 2-3, 1.9-2.1, 1.4-1.8, 1.1-1.4, and 0.9-1.1 teeth per inch. Blades are furnished with plastic capping to protect teeth against damage in transit and handling.

For more information, call 978-424-0100 or visit www.simondsint.com.

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