Cuttin' Stuff

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bandsaw cuttin stuff

Episode 1: Bowling Ball

We picked this bowling ball up from our local bowling alley and were curious what was on the inside. We chose our 5/8" 3-4 TPI Shear Force to cut the ball. It cut it with ease but dulled the blade. The inside was essentially cement. A bimetal blade would be the blade of choice next time and would cut it quicker without dulling the blade. After the great response to this video Cuttin' Stuff was born!

Tune in for more episodes and feel free to contact us with recommendations with what you would like to see cut.

Episode 2: 1" Aluminum Block

Our Bimetal 1/2" x 6-10 TPI blade cuts through this solid 1" block of aluminum like butter! We have blades that will cut much thicker aluminum and blades that will handle the thinnest stock as well!

Our bimetal stock is some of the finest in the world check out all our sizes here.

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Episode 3: 1955 Ford Thunderbird (toy model)

Our Bimetal 1/2" x 6-10 TPI blade cuts through this toy car like a champion. If you had the time our blades could handle a real classic car but who would want to cut one in half!

Our bimetal stock is some of the finest in the world check out all our sizes here.

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Please Do Not Attempt

 

Episode 4: Rusty Piece
Of Steel

Need to cut through steel? No Problem! Our blades can handle this hardened steel no problem.

Our bimetal stock is some of the finest in the world check out all our sizes here.

Bimetal Blades

 

Episode 5 Coming Soon.......
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