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 Carbide Stellite®™




Carbide and Stellite® Tipping.

The application of tips to saw blades increases the length of time that a saw stays sharp because of the tips resistance to abrasion.  It allows for more accurate and smoother cuts.  Tipped saw blades usually experience longer service life, due to the longer run times between sharpenings and also because the tips are replaced when they become too small from successive sharpenings.  Tipped saws also run with thinner kerf, which is a key cost saver in the manufacturing of lumber, by the reduction of lost fiber.  The higher initial costs of a tipped saw blade are offset by thinner kerf (less wasted fiber), smoother more accurate cuts (allows tighter size tolerances), longer run times and longer blade life (reduced overall blade and maintenance costs).

Key Benefits

bulletLonger run times.
bulletLonger blade life.
bulletThinner kerf.
bulletSmoother more accurate cuts.


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