Diamond Grit Band Saw Blades - Welded to Length

Diamond Grit Band Saw Blades Welded to Length

Innovative blade technology for the most difficult and sensitive of materials

Metallurgically bond diamonds to high specification steel edges

Medium - 50/60 grit
Coarse - 35/40 grit

For applications greater than 1/4” (6.4mm) in cross-section

For applications less than 1/4” (6.4mm) in cross-section

Aircraft and Sheet Stainless Steel, Aircraft Flooring and Interiors, Aluminum Oxide, Carbon, Cast Iron, Composites, Concrete Building Panels, Fiberglass Honeycomb, Glass, Glass Block, Graphite, Industrial Ceramics, Laminates, Nickel Alloys, Nitride case, Induction Hardened, Stone and Minerals, Tires, Wire Reinforced Rubber, Titanium, Tool steel (RC42-65)


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Significant Improvements
SPC Diamond Band Saw is a significant improvement on traditional toothed or electroplated diamond alternatives and an added value performance upgrade to our successful Tungsten Carbide range of band saw blade

Cuts longer and faster
The blades stay sharper throughout a longer life and can be reversed

Cuts smoother
Minimal vibration and high stability are features of the cutting action

Cuts safer and better
Their snag free action reduces the risks of breakages and allows more aggressive cutting

Cuts cleaner
Minimal waste, and reduces chipping and cut surface damage

Cuts cheaper
Long life, high performance and consistent quality bring a significantly better ROI

Top Applications
SPC Diamond Band Saw is the tool of choice when working with the most difficult and most demanding of materials.
Diamond band saw is the most effective means of sawing composites and hard friable materials such as quartz, glass, fiberglass, friction products, carbon, compacted graphite, abrasive products, and ceramics.
Use continuous edge for material less than 1/4″ thick or for hard material with a tendency to fracture, crack, or chip easily. Gulleted blades work best for cutting larger cross sections.

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