If you have a tough or abrasive sawing application, or if high
surface finish quality is critical, turn to the inventor of the
Carbide Tipped bandsaw blade - Simonds. We first introduced
the carbide tipped blade back in 1963. Featuring the Simonds
"Ball & Socket" construction, our carbide tipped product line
is cutting into the 21st century.
How is a Carbide Tipped bandsaw blade made? First, a ball of
carbide is welded in a pocket that has been milled into the
tooth tip. Then the ball is ground to blend in with the tooth
shape, offering the toughest bandsaw blade product.
Simonds offers 4 types of carbide tipped bandsaw blade - CT I,
CT III, Triple Chip, and CT Foundry. All Carbide Tipped blades
feature tooth capping for protection from damage prior to
installing on the saw. Also, we offer Simogrit carbide grit-edge
CT Foundry Band
- a carbide
tipped blade designed specifically for foundry applications.
For use cutting gates and risers, and any other non-ferrous
foundry applications. Perfect for aluminum foundries.
Features and Benefits
|3 tooth raker set
||Easy-to-feed straight cuts
|Carbide ground teeth
||Offers the longest blade life for foundry applications
CT Foundry band is available in 3/4", 1" and 1-1/4" width,
in 3 T.P.I.. Offered in coil form or welded to length - call