TCT Wood Bandsaw Blades
The TCT wood bandsaw blades are known for their deep ripping and ultra-fine sawing techniques, but what else do we need to know?
Table of Contents:
1: What is a TCT blade used for?
2: What Is A TCT Blade, And What Does TCT Mean?
3: What Does It Feature?
4: What is a TCT blade used for?
The TCT bandsaw blade is great for cutting wood（nomatter soft, hard or very hard wood） because of the specifically designed teeth that both rip and finely saw. It allows you to craft the finest veneers with ease. The C4 carbide tips are extremely durable. Application areas include hardwoods, exotics, timbers, and tough wood materials.
They are the ultimate high-performance ripping and resawing tungsten-tipped blade.
What Is A TCT Blade, And What Does TCT Mean?
TCT stands for Tungsten Carbide Tipped. It can also often be abbreviated as TC. Tungsten carbide is one of the hardest materials for bandsaw blades and is great value for money.
What Does It Feature?
While there are several models of the blade, features across the board include:
- The teeth on the blades are hardened. This creates heat resistance, which increases blade life and strength.
- a unique heat line placed on the rear of the blade. This keeps the blade from buckling. And it gives you a straighter cut.
- The tooth is shaped like a chip breaker. which removes waste more efficiently, reduces heat buildup, and improves cutting performance.
- An increased hook angle means it cuts more aggressively. Despite this, it still leaves a smooth finish, making the cuts faster and easier to control.
- Thin gauge (kerf): Just like thin kerf circular saw blades, it takes less power to drive with less waste.
- an increased tooth set that makes the blade more versatile with a wider range of woods
- Butt welded
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