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HBE Series Engineered for Durability
Behringer’s HBE series of band saws features rigid, fully enclosed machines with solid iron bow-frame construction. The cast iron, produced at the company’s foundry in Germany, is employed to dampen vibrations, contributing significantly to both the cut quality and the blade life of the saw. The rigid cast iron construction also maintains consistency from project to project, so you never worry about strength or durability.
Engineered with safety, energy efficiency and affordability in mind, the HBE series is excellent for applications from aluminum to stainless steel, single bars to bundle cutting, and everything in between. Available in seven models from 10 inches to 41 inches of cutting capacity, the machines boast a variety of features. The ball screw servo-driven feeding gripper assures the industry benchmark in both tight and repeatable length tolerances, minimizing waste with very short remnant pieces, Behringer claims.
Precision guiding systems ensure the right cut, every time, and electrically controlled chip brushes remove chips for better blade life, cut quality, and cleanliness. Material feeding capabilities make maneuvering your payload a breeze, the company claims.
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GEN-TECH is Lenox’s Latest

GEN-TECH is the latest in band saw blade innovation from LENOX Tools. Through innovative design and cutting technology, GEN-TECH offers versatility, long blade life and a low cost per cut.
GEN-TECH is made in the United States with global materials in the LENOX East Longmeadow, Mass., manufacturing facility. Designed for versatility, GEN-TECH cuts a wide variety of materials, shapes and sizes.
Ideal manufacturing industries to use GEN-TECH include aerospace, defense and energy, with applications in carbon steels, bearing steels, mold steels, alloy steels, tool steels and stainless, as well as titanium and nickel-based alloys. Featuring a wide kerf set-style tooth structure, GEN-TECH helps to prevent pinching in these high-stress, hard-to-cut materials.
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Centro-Metalcut Builds Cutoff Saws
Centro-Metalcut designs and builds heavy-duty abrasive cutoff saws for the steel industry. The saws are capable of cutting a variety of materials in single or batch qualities.
Features of the saws include automatic blade measurement, constant load and pressure monitoring, constant surface speed and a T-slot fixture table. The machines are fully enclosed, with no material deformation and increased blade life.
Options include hot- or cold-cutting, single- or multiple-piece cutting and coolant and mist collection systems. For more information, visit

Savage Saws Designed for Tough Alloys
Savage Saws are an ideal solution for cutting specialty alloys, titanium, stainless steel, hardened bars, shapes and plates in a high-performance environment.
Each Savage precision cutting machine is designed for shortest cycle times, while cutting the world’s most difficult alloys. Robust material handling and proprietary spindle design positions Savage Saws on the cutting edge of fast, precise performance, the company claims.
In lean manufacturing environments, Savage Saws serve highly automated industries – including aerospace, automotive, structural, and super alloy markets.
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HE&M Offers CNC Carbide Machines
HE&M Saw has been designing and building industrial-style band saws for more than 50 years and is known for rugged durability, parts, and service after the sale.
For several years now, HE&M Saw has also been offering high-speed CNC carbide sawing machines, with 12 different models for cutting ferrous and nonferrous materials currently available.
The saws feature high-resolution color touch-screen controls that provide easy viewing when setting up and running the sawing functions and provide real-time monitoring and system diagnostics for easy troubleshooting. Several options, such as additional vising for short remnant and bundle loaders, are also available.
Highly accurate, a 2 1/2-inch-round piece will have no more than a 0.002- to 0.004-inch out-of-square tolerance with proper maintenance and quality blade. The saws have servo drive saw head feeding, which allows for dynamic entry and exit speeds to extend blade life and eliminate burrs.
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C-260NC Perfect for High Production
The C-260NC is one of Cosen’s most popular selling models and is considered entry level for those looking for a fully programmable automatic band saw. It comes equipped with a 1¼-inch blade and a 5 HP motor.
Classified as a horizontal scissor style, the 260NC is a perfect saw for those working in high-production settings, allowing a round capacity of 10.2 inches and a rectangular capacity of 10.2 by 11.8 inches.  
The 260 comes equipped with Cosen’s NC-Control system, which allows you to easily store up to 100 cutting jobs, index material up to 999 inches, and easily control your workflow all from an easy-to-use HMI touchscreen display. Weighing 3,300 pounds, the saw’s footprint of 85 inches long and 86 inches wide is great for small- to medium-size production shops and comes with a long list of optional accessories to help make your workflow more efficient.
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BIG KAISER Offers Chip Blower
Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based BIG KAISER Precision Tooling has updated its offering of chip blowers, which are designed to make removing chips and coolant from parts and machine tables fast, easy and safe. The new chip blower has an extended steel shank, from 1.77 inches to 2.5 inches, for added compatibility with hydraulic and milling chucks.
The chip blower automates in-machine cleaning of coolant and chips by delivering high-volume air flow.  It can be used with automatic tool changers and programmed into a machining cycle to improve machine utilization and increase productivity.
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Starrett’s Blades Ideal for Abrasive Metals
The L.S. Starrett Company offers a range of carbide-tipped band saw blades ideal for cutting extremely hard, abrasive materials. The blades withstand extreme cutting pressures and offer a high resistance to wear and fatigue.
The range of saws include Advanz MC7, which utilizes a progressive four-tooth grind, creating seven distinct chips. The end result is less wear when compared to blades with conventional triple-chip tooth formation. The four-tooth grind is very effective on nickel alloys, stainless and tough-to-cut tool and heat-treated steels.
Advanz MC7 features exclusive Starrett tooth geometry which has a progressively ground trapezoidal tool design and positive rake angle. Exclusive Starrett edge preparation minimizes micro chipping and the blade is made of sub-micron grain carbides. The blades offer precision cuts for a superb surface finish and provide an excellent cost-per-cut solution for production sawing.  Blades are offered in multiple sizes in widths from 1 ¼ inches to 2 5/8ths inches and thicknesses from 0.042 inches to 0.063 inches.  For more information, visit