Metal Cutting Bandsaw Blades
Hakansson 'Silco' bandsaw blades are made from a premium quality carbon steel. With a hardened cutting edge and flexible back, they are general pupose blades, suitable for cutting mild steel, aluminium, brass, bronze, cast iron, copper etc., as well as wood, plastics, and composites.
Starrett 'Duratec SFB' bandsaw blades are general purpose carbon steel blades. With a hardened cutting edge and flexible blade back, they are suitable for cutting wood, metal, plastics, composites etc.
NLS 'Hobby' bandsaw blades are made from a thin-gauge, premium quality carbon steel, suitable for smaller machines, typically those with a blade length of 72" (1830mm) or less.
Hakansson M42 bimetal blades are suitable for production cutting of moderate to difficult-to-cut materials, including stainless steel, nickel and titanium.
Hakansson Powermax M42 bimetal blades were specially developed for cutting pipes, beams, tubes and profiles. Their reinforced tooth works very well when bundle cutting, giving reduced vibration, less noise and improved blade life.
Morse Matrix II bimetal blades are suitable for heavy sections of iron and steel with mild to moderate machinability. Also suitable for non-ferrous metals.
Morse M42 bimetal blades are suitable for production cutting of moderate to difficult-to-cut materials, including stainless steel, nickel and titanium.