Starrett Advanz carbide-tipped band saw blades
Blades offer exceptional fatigue, shock, wear and strip resistance when cutting difficult-to-machine materials.
The L.S. Starrett Company has introduced a new line of carbide tipped band saw blades named Advanz.
The new blade line offers a special tooth tip cylinder of high quality sub-micron grain carbide with a triple-chip grind, welded to a tough, ductile back. These new blades also feature superb carbide-to-back bonding and offer exceptional fatigue, shock, wear and strip resistance when cutting difficult-to-machine materials.
Available in “FS” and “TS” configurations. FS is designed for a range of difficult to cut materials such as fiberglass, masonite, plastics, composites, aluminum castings and abrasive wood. TS features a special tooth profile for efficient cutting of very difficult to machine steels including high-alloy metals, titanium, stainless steel, and inconel.
The new carbide tipped line includes a wide range of thicknesses from 3/4" x .035" to 3 1/8" x .063", in a complete range of positive rake pitches. Available lengths include 100', 150' coils, and welded-to-length on 2 5/8" x .063" and 3 1/8" x .063 blades.