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Re: band saw

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Dick L

01-12-2020 06:03:47




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Hard steel will remove the teeth from most good bandsaw if not broke in properly. When my plant was running 24 hours day a week. a nobody did it, would take the teeth off a blade trying to cut core pin then put a new blade on and remove the teeth from a new blade.




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Geo-TH,In

01-12-2020 07:04:13




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 Re: band saw in reply to Dick L, 01-12-2020 06:03:47  
Harden steel will damage my blades in a heartbeat My blades are 120 inches and about $65.
It will cut soft steel for a very long time.



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Dick L

01-12-2020 07:46:15




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 Re: band saw in reply to Geo-TH,In, 01-12-2020 07:04:13  
After the better blades are broke in I/we have cut a lot machinable P20 prehard up to Viscount 44 Rockwell for mold inserts. If we didn't have mild steel to cut we held the heavy pressure off the steel by hand a few cuts to let the teeth to work harden.



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