Magnum HiLo varying tooth height and set M-71 blade for metal cutting band saw...
Magnum HiLo varying tooth height and set M-71 blade for metal cutting band saw
With its special alloying technology, the Amada MAGNUM HI-LO bandsaw blade achieves HRC70 tooth hardness. It maintains positive cutting action and outlasts other blades in production cutting of large-diameter, work hardening steels and nickel-base super alloys with tensile strength of up to 164,000 psi.
|Mild Steel||Stainless Steel||Aluminium|
|Heat Treatment Steel||Bearing Steel||Nickel Alloys|
|Cold Work Die Steel||High Speed Steel||Titanium Alloys|
|Hot Work Die Steel||Heat Resisting Steel||Copper Alloys|
15 degree positive rake angle
Hardness of HRC70
Hi-Lo tooth height
Patented M-71 high speed edge
High heat resistance
High wear resistance
Higher tooth hardness than M-42 bi-metal blade
Reduced cutting resistance
Faster cutting on difficult to cut material
Faster cutting on large diameter material
Long life on difficult to cut material
|Edge Material||AMADA M71 HSS|
|Hardness of Tooth Tip||1000 HV|
|Wear Resistance (1 – 5)||****||(4 Stars)|
|Chipping Resistance (1-5)||*||(1 Star)|
The hardness of the Tooth Tip represent Amada’s average value. It is adjusted to some extent according to the types and size of the products.
V: Variable Positive Rake
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