Metal Cutting Bandsaw Blades
See our precision-engineered metal cutting bandsaw blades, designed for superior efficiency. The high performance of these blades effortlessly cut through various metals, delivering clean and precise cuts. Expertly engineered for precision and productivity.
Available in the following widths:
- 6mm (¼")
- 9.5mm (⅜")
- 13mm (½")
- 19mm (¾")
- 27mm (1")
- 34mm (1¼")
- 41mm (1½")
Available in straight pitch: 3 | 4 | 6 | 10 | 14 | 18 | 24 TPI
Available in variable pitch: 3/4 | 4/6 | 6/10 | 8/12 | 10/14 | 14/18 | 20/24 TPI
Available in material: Carbon | Bimetal | Carbide Tipped
Carbon steel blades can be used to cut the following: mild steels, aluminium, copper, brass, bronze, and other non ferrous metals.
If you only plan to use your machine every now and again, or only have a few pieces to cut, a carbon steel blade will work fine. If you use your machine often and plan to cut a lot of material, we suggest using a bimetal blade.
The best way to describe a carbon steel blade is it is an economical band saw blade used for general purpose cutting.
Bimetal blades are metal cutting blades. They are used on band saws to cut carbon steel, tool steel, structural steel, stainless steel, pipes and tubes, die steel, angles and flat stock, and mixed metal applications. Bimetal blades can cut ferrous or nonferrous metals such as aluminium, brass, bronze, steel, or titanium.
What are bimetal blades made from?
They are made from 2 metals – M42 tool steel is welded via an electron beam to a flexible backer (They typically last 3-5 times as long as a carbon blade (flexback and hardback.)