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Absolutely! We have the technical expertise to solve all of your band saw cutting issues. We can assist you with all aspects of band sawing. We have over 20 years experience and a lot of reference material on our site. See problems and solutions, sawing basics, or the 22 variables that effect saw blade life. If you still need help, or would prefer to speak directly to a band sawing expert, call us at
Absolutely. We have band saw blades for every application you can imagine. Please reference our sawing basics guide on our website. If you still have questions about the right band saw blade for your application, give us a phone call/fax/or email.
Carbon FlexBack – Low cost blade for plastics, woods, and non-ferrous applications. Carbon HardBack – Greater rigidity than flexback allows up to 25% more performance Bi-Metal M42 – Resists heat and wear at higher speeds and feeds Carbide Tipped – For use with highly abrasive metals and non-metallic composites Set Tooth – for nonferrous foundry applications such as cutting gates and risers, some exotic applications Triple Chip – for cutting exotic metals and for high production applications, some nonferrous foundry.
Number of teeth in the cut: Minimum – 3 teeth in the cut. If there are too few teeth in the cut, the teeth can straddle the work piece, which can cause stripping. Maximum – 24 teeth in the cut Too many teeth in the cut may cause the gullets to “overload”, because there is not enough gullet capacity
New, sharp teeth are more fragile than lightly honed teeth Break-in hones the teeth and helps make all teeth the same height Proper break-in results in less blade stripping and longer blade life
Set proper blade speed for the machinability and size of material to be cut Reduce the normal feed rate by approximately 50% of the regular rate for the first few square inches Watch the chips Small flakes = Insufficient feed Heavy blue chips = Excessive feed Spring curled no color = Proper feed rate (During break-in, it is important that the band always produces chips) As you break-in the blade, graduate the feed rate to 100%.