Advanz MC7 Carbide Blades Designed for Hard Materials
By Metal Center News Staff
on Jan 15, 2018
The L.S. Starrett Company is offering a new Advanz MC7 carbide band saw blades for high productivity and longer life when cutting hard materials.
The Advanz MC7 utilizes a progressive four-tooth grind which creates seven distinct chips. The result is less wear when compared to blades with conventional triple chip tooth formation. The four-tooth grind is effective on nickel alloys, stainless and tough-to-cut tool and heat-treated steels.
The Advanz MC7 features exclusive Starrett tooth geometry, which has a progressively ground trapezoidal tool design and positive rake angle. The blade is made of sub-micron grain carbide. Advanz MC7 blades offer precision cuts for a superb surface finish and provide excellent cost-per-cut for production sawing, Starrett claims.
Advanz MC7 band saw blades are designed for solids, tubes and bundles. Blades are offered in multiple sizes in widths from 1 ¼ to 2 5/8 inches, at thicknesses from 0.42 to 0.63 inches.
For more information, call 888-674-7443 or visit www.starrett.com.