Band saw blades in all dimensions, for all machines!
The following information shall help you find the right saw blade for your application !
Fast and crude cut
HSS Bi M42 saw blades with 4 teeth/inch are used to cut wooden material, even hard pressed – HDF – without metal. It can also be used for uncoated calcium sulpaht panels and chipboards. Cut could get wavy.
Fast and crude cut, protects the metal
HSS Bi M42 saw blades with 5/8 teeth/inch are used to cut wooden material, even hard pressed – HDF – covered with metal. It can also be used for uncoated calcium sulpaht panels and chipboards.
HSS BI M42 saw blades with 6 teeth/inch can be used to cut all calcium sulphate panels (coated or uncoated), with the exception of metal covered panels. If there is metal on the underside, a burr can form.
HSS BI M42 saw blades with combi-teeth 6/10 teeth/inch are used for mixed materials, like carpet covered panels with or without metal enclosure.
Slow and very clean cut
HSS BI M42 saw blades with 10 teeth/inch can be used for all panels, in all combinations with the exeption of pure wooden materials.
HSS BI M42 saw blades with 10/14 teeth/inch are used for cutting metal.
HSS BI M42 saw blades with 18 teeth/inch are used for cutting stainless steel.
Furthermore you can order combi-teeth saw blades with 8/12 teeth/inch and 10/14 teeth/inch.These blades are being used for individual operations. Specifically for panels called cemtitious ! You will get very good results with these blades.
Carbide-tipped saw blades are used for cutting cement filled and metal covered panels. They are also fit for cutting very hard wooden panels. Of course they are also able to cut all calcium sulphat panels. When handeld correctly, these saw blades have an extremely long life span, however the band saw has to be precisely adjusted, to prevent the blades from cracking.
Diamond-tipped saw blades for sawing calcium sulphate panels with stone on the upper side.
Carbide-tipped jigsaw blades
When choosing saw blades pay attention to the following rules : The coarser the saw blade, the faster the cut. This can become wavy under certain circumstances. For a clean cut with calcium sulphate panels a blade with at least 6 teeth/inch is recommended.