Qsaw 201 Hard Back Carbon Band Saw Blade: Originally designed for the steel industry, these custom welded band saw blades with tooth pitches 2 to 6 tpi perform extremely well resawing wood. The finer tooth pitches 8 to 24 tpi are economical choice for cutting mild steels, aluminum, brass, wood, and plastic at slow speeds
Stiffer than Q101 Flex Back blades due to a hardened & tempered backer. The heat treatment we use to build these custom band saw blades produces an extremely hard-cutting edge. To increase the blade's strength, we manufactured from a single piece of high carbon steel with individually hardened tooth tipsspring-temper it, meaning improved blade rigidity for more accurate cuts.
Designed to excel in wood but tough enough to cut through low alloy steels, nonferrous metals, and plastic. Low cost-per-blade/low cost-per-cut in wood & similar materials. Straighter cuts with heavier feed pressure than Q101 Flex Back Carbon. Q201 Hard Back blades can be used on vertical, contour, and utility cut off saws.
Blade Length Wizard™Measure Twice Because We Cut Once!™
Use the Blade Length Wizard™ to double-check that you are ordering the correct length for your saw. The number 1 reason for returns or exchanges is ordering the wrong length.
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If you place an order without using the Blade Wizard and end up having to return or exchange because of the wrong length, there will be 20% Exchange or Re-stocking fee.
When you place an order using the Blade Wizard, Exchanges due to ordering the wrong length are no cost (including shipping) and there will be no restocking fee for wrong length orders.
Designed to handle a wide range of materials, the Q© 201 Series of hard-back carbon band saw blades are most often used in small job shops, home shops, and the woodworking industry.
A Q© 201 custom band saw blade represents an economical option that allows you to make mild contour cuts on vertical machines and cutoff operations on horizontal band saws. We spring-tempered the back and precisely hardened the blade's teeth, upping its tensile strength so it cuts accurately through a variety of materials.