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|Price:||$13.35 - $81.05|
|Finish Types||Uncoated (Bright)|
|Cut Type||Wavy Set|
|Manufacturer Series Number||BSTAR14|
|Style Name||Regular Tooth|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
The Starrett Intenss Pro-Die bimetal band saw blade has an Intenss tooth de... Read full product description
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The Starrett Intenss Pro-Die bimetal band saw blade has an Intenss tooth design, wavy set, and a neutral rake for cutting low alloy steel; aluminum; stainless steel; carbon steel; tool, die, and mold steel; steel up to C45 Rockwell hardness; nickel-based alloys; and nonferrous metal. The blade can make cuts in solid, structural, and tubular shapes. The Intenss tooth has a neutral rake angle for general-purpose cutting. The teeth are made of triple-tempered M-42 high-speed cobalt steel with an alloy steel backing strip that resists fatigue. It also has a variable tooth pitch that reduces noise levels and vibration. The blade has a wavy set, which has groups of teeth set to each side of the blade with varying amounts of set in a controlled pattern, allowing for thinner cuts by helping prevent stripping.
Band saw blades are long, continuous bands of metal that loop around the wheels of band saws and can make straight or curved cuts in metal, wood, stone, plastic, and other materials. When purchasing band saw blades, consider the application, as this will affect the choice of tooth rake, tooth set, pitch, and size of the blade. Band saw blades are available with a positive rake angle or a neutral (also called zero or straight) rake angle, and with a raker, wavy, or alternate tooth set. Pitch (the number of teeth per inch or per 25.4 mm) affects the type of finish and may be constant or variable. Band saw blades are available in different lengths and width to fit the requirements of specific band saws.
The L.S. Starrett Company manufactures precision measuring tools, metrology and testing equipment, and saw blade products. The company was founded in 1880 and is headquartered in Athol, MA.
I purchased this in December but, due to the cold in the garage, I didn't use it until April. I used it 5 times and the blade broke. I take very good care of my stuff. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Pharmboy
A flawless metal blade. I'm building a pro street 40 Ford. Have used this blade for fabricating steel parts. Has not failed me ever.Published 1 month ago by Richard Killebrew
Band was too small to easily install, about 1/2" shorter than the size it was supposed to be. The weld was very poor, slightly offset and twisted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Foggy
Still on my first blade. Has already went farther than the "SuperCut" brand. Money well spent as far as I am concerned. Not some cheaply made knock off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TS