Amada Sigma M42 Bimetal bandsaw blade with extremely positive rake angle and Hi-Lo tooth geometry especially for hard to cut materials
|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 Resistant Steel||Copper Alloys|
High wear resistance due to use of M42 Cobalt HSS-Steel
Reduction of cutting resistance due to special patented tooth geometry
Effective cutting from small diameters due to the extremely positive rake angle
Improved tooth penetration for high material removal rate
Developed for cutting medium and large diameter
Excellent cutting performance at tool steel, stainless steel and super heat resisting alloys
Longest life cutting large solid sections
|Edge Material||Amada Modified M42 High-Speed Steel|
|Hardness of Tooth Tip||950 Hv|
|Wear Resistance (1 – 5)||***||(3 Stars)|
|Chipping Resistance (1-5)||****||(4 Stars)|
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.
Exceptionally Positive Rake
Specifications may change without notice at the sole discretion of Amada’s Engineering Department.
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