Our range of industrial bandsaw blades are for cabinet makers, trade and industrial users. Don't confuse our band saw blades with lower quality offerings if you are ripping down logs, beams, panels or cutting delicate shapes. The blades are welded, ground and annealed for high performance
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A bandsaw blade is a long, narrow, flat blade with teeth along one edge, designed to cut materials such as wood, metal, or plastic. Bandsaw blades are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, and other industries where precise and efficient cutting is required.
There are several types of bandsaw blades available, each with its own characteristics and uses. Some common types include:
Carbon steel blades: These are the most common type of bandsaw blades, made from high carbon steel. They are durable and versatile, suitable for cutting a wide range of materials.
Bi-metal blades: These blades are made from two types of metal, typically high-speed steel teeth and a flexible spring steel backing. They are more durable than carbon steel blades and can cut harder materials such as stainless steel and titanium.
Carbide-tipped blades: These blades have tungsten carbide teeth for cutting harder and more abrasive materials. They are more expensive than other types of blades but last longer and cut faster.
Diamond blades: These blades have diamond particles embedded in the teeth for cutting hard and abrasive materials such as glass, ceramics, and stone.
Bandsaw blades are available in various widths, thicknesses, and tooth configurations, depending on the type of material being cut and the desired cutting speed and accuracy. It's important to choose the right blade for the job to achieve optimal results and avoid damage to the blade or the material being cut. Regular maintenance and sharpening of bandsaw blades are also important to ensure their longevity and cutting performance.