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MK Morse Band Saw Blade for Hardened Metal: 192 in (16 ft) Blade Lg, Production Use, 1 1/4 in Blade Wd, 0.042 in Thick

Item # 500A179

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Product Specs

Back Type: Not Rated
Width: 1 1⁄4 in
Blade Thickness: 0.042 in
Performance: Production Use
Blade Length: 192 in (16 ft)
Teeth per Inch: 4-6
For Use On: Stainless Steel; Hardened Steel; Steel
Tooth Type: Variable
Blade Material: Carbon Steel
Edge Material: High Speed Steel
Application: Metal Cutting
Duty: Heavy Duty
For Curved Cuts: No
For Use With: Band Saw Machines
Hook Angle: 10 °
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Pitch Pattern: Variable
Pkg. Qty.: 1
Primary Materials For Use On: Ferrous Metals
Product Weight: 3.312 lb
Secondary Materials For Use On: Hardened Steel; Stainless Steel; Steel
Series: The Morse Achiever
Set Type: Not Rated
Set Width: 125⁄10000 in
Tooth Shape: Not Rated
Width of Cut: 0.067 in

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About This Product

This MK Morse Band Saw Blade for Hardened Metal is 192 in (16 ft) long. Designed for production use, it is 1 1/4 in wide and made of a 0.042 in thick material. It has 4-6 teeth per inch, plus it is intended for use on hardened steel, stainless steel, and steel. A variable tooth blade, it positions blade teeth at different angles and depths, providing a good general-purpose blade for performing cut-offs and cutting thin slots, and is sometimes called broach tooth. Sold individually.

About Bandsaw Blades

Select the right band saw blade to improve the performance of your tool. Blades are available in a range of lengths, widths, and teeth-per-inch (TPI) counts. The required blade length is specific to the saw. Blade width is the measurement from the front cutting edge to the back of the blade. In general, wider blades are a good choice for straight cuts, re-sawing, and cut-off sawing, and narrower blades are suitable for cutting shapes and contours. TPI is the number of teeth per inch on the cutting edge. Generally, blades with higher TPI leave a smoother finish on the workpiece but cut more slowly, and blades with fewer TPI cut more quickly but leave a rougher finish on the workpiece.

Well suited for cutting carbon steel, alloy steel, tool steel, stainless steel, and other hard metals, these band saw blades are a good choice for moderate to difficult cutting applications.