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Precision, Quality, Innovation
BAND SAW BLADES
Bi-Metal
Carbide
Carbon
Portaband
Diamond Grit
Wood Cutting
Food Processing
Power Hacksaws
Services
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Precision,
Quality,
Innovation
For more than 130 years, manufacturers, builders
and craftsmen worldwide have depended upon
saws and precision tools from The L.S. Starrett
Company to ensure the consistent quality of their
manufacturing processes.
They know that the Starrett name on saw blades,
hand tools and measuring tools means exceptional
quality, innovative products and expert technical
assistance.
With strict quality control, state-of-the-art equipment
and an ongoing commitment to producing products
with superior quality, the 5,000 plus products in
today's Starrett line continue to be the most accurate,
robust and durable tools available.
This catalog features Starrett Band Saw Blades,
their applications and characteristics.
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Introduction
Starrett has been involved in precision tool manufacturing
since 1880, sold products worldwide since the 1890s and
introduced its first saw blade around 1890.
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Choosing the Right Blade
Terminology, Tooth shapes, Band Saw Blade characteristics,
as well as PowerCalc, an online program that assists in the
correct choice of the band saw blade.
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BI-METAL SAW BLADES
The best solution for cutting a variety of ferrous and nonferrous materials. These saws suit all cutting, economic
or high production needs for any model of machine.
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Carbide
Ideal for cutting extremely hard, abrasive materials.
Withstands extreme cutting pressures and offers a high
resistance to wear and fatigue.
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BAND SAW BLADES
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DIAMOND Grit
Band saw blade coated with diamond grains is ideal for
cutting abrasive materials with precision and excellent
finish.
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CARBON
Suitable for horizontal and vertical machines with
manual or gravity fed. A complete line with a wide range
of widths, tooth pitches and shapes.
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Wood Cutting
A selection of carbon and bi-metal blades ideal for a
variety of wood cutting applications.
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Food Processing
Constructed of the best quality specialty steels, polished
and hardened to resist corrosion and contamination.
These blades are the ideal choice for accuracy and
efficiency at any food processing plant.
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POWER HACKSAWS
The Bi-Metal or Solid High-Speed Steel (HSS) Power
Hacksaw blades are manufactured by Starrett, available
in metric and inch.
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Recommendations
Recommendations to ensure longer life and better blade
performance. Break-in and installation instructions.
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Accessories
Pocket Laser Tachometer kit with case, Band Saw Blade
Tension Gage and Band Saw Blade Alignment Gage.
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Resources
Find information on the Starrett website, PDF documents,
and the new PowerCalc App to get the best performance
from your band saw blade.
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BAND SAW BLADES
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Factories
Factories Around the World
1-Athol, Massachusetts, USA
2-Laguna Hills, Califórnia, USA
3-Waite Park, Minnesota, USA
Athol
USA
Waite Park
USA
4-Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Jedburgh
Scotland
Toronto
Canada
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3
4
Laguna Hills
USA
Schmitten
Germany
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5
2
6
Columbus
USA
Mount Airy
USA
Cleveland
USA
Saltillo
Mexico
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Factories and Distribution Centers
6
Itu
Brazil
Starrett Distribution Centers and Offices
6-Columbus, Georgia, USA
7-Itu, São Paulo, Brazil
8-Jedburgh, Scotland
9-Suzhou, China
Factories
5-Mount Airy, North Carolina, USA
Suzhou
China
Tokyo
Japan
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Shanghai
China
Sidney
Australia
Auckland
New Zeland
Mumbai
India
Singapore
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Terminology
Terminology
A-Width
Tip of the cutting edge to the back of the blade.
B-Blade Body
Distance between the back of the blade and the gullet.
C-Length
Measurement along the back edge of the blade.
D-Thickness
Measurement of the body of the blade.
E-Back Edge
Opposite side of the blade from the teeth.
F-Tooth Pitch
Distance from the tip of one tooth to the next tip.
G-Teeth per Inch / 25MM
Number of teeth (constant pitch) per inch (25.4mm).
H-Gullet
The curved area between two teeth, where the chips accumulate
until being removed.
I-Tooth Face
Surface of the tooth where the chip is formed. The tooth can have
a positive, negative or straight angle. (Rake)
J-Tooth Set
The side bending of the teeth to allow blade clearance through
the cut.
K-Back Angle
Angle formed by the back of the teeth and a parallel line to the
tip of the same.
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Terminology
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Correct Blade
FERROUS
1 Quick Guide
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Choosing
Aluminium
Tubes
and Profiles
Carbon
Steel
Carbon Steel
Alloys
Cast
Iron
Copper
Alloys
Choosing
PERFORMANCE
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Primalloy
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Intenss™ PRO-VTH
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Univerz™
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Advanz™ MC7
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Advanz™ MC5
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CARBIDE
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Versatix™ MP
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Advanz™ TS
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Advanz™ FS *
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Advanz™ CG
DIAMOND
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Advanz™ DG
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Duratec™ SFB
CARBON
NEW
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Duratec™ FC
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Band Knives
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Steel with
hardness above
45 HRC
Stainless
Steel
Tool Steel Hot work
Tool SteelCold Work
Nickel and
Titanium Alloys
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Composite
materials and
abrasives
Foam, Paper,
Plastic, and
Rubber
Choosing
High Speed
Steel
Blade
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Choosing
the
Blade
Choosing
the
Correct Blade
2 Tooth Shapes
Contant
Pitch
Variable
Pitch
Primalloy™ / Intenss™ PRO / Intenss™ PRO-DIE
/ Univerz™
• Positive Rake angle
Intenss
.8-1.3 to
14-18
• Double back angle
• Fast and efficient chip clearance
• Excellent choice for a wide range of cuts
Intenss™ PRO-VTH
• Variable tooth height providing pulsating action
1-2 to
4-6
Intenss™ PRO-VTH
• Easy penetration
• Ideal for cutting hard and difficult to machine
materials
Versatix™ MP
• Extremely robust, shockproof
Versatix™ MP
2-3 to
6-10
• Positive Rake angle
• Ideal for cutting tubes and profiles
Powerband M-42 / Duratec™ SFB /
Duratec™ FC / Univerz™
• Neutral angle
Regular
6 to 32
8-12 to
14-18
• Shock resistant
• Excellent choice for a wide range of cuts
• Suitable for all types of machines
Duratec™ SFB / Intenss™ PRO-DIE
• Positive Rake angle, extremely aggressive
Hook
• Faster cuts
2 to 6
• Suitable for cutting ferrous and non-ferrous
metals
Duratec™ SFB
• Neutral angle
Skip
• Shock resistant
3 to 6
• Suitable for cutting errous and non-ferrous
metals
Advanz™ MC7 / Advanz™ MC5 / Advanz™ TS /
Advanz™ CS / Advanz™ FS
• Differential tooth design, accurately ground
Advanz™ FS and TS
1 to 3
.9-1.1 to
3-4
• Triple chip tooth geometry
• Faster cuts
• Ideal for cutting hard and difficult to
machine materials
Advanz™ CG / Advanz™ DG
With
GULLET
• Cutting edge coated with grains, continuous
CONTINUOUS
or with gullet
• Suitable for cutting abrasive or hardened
materials
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Tooth
Constant Pitch
All teeth on the blade have uniform spacing, gullet depth and
rake angle throughout the full length. Typically for general
purpose cutting. Identified by one pitch number.
Choosing
the
Blade
Choosing the
Correct Blade
Variable Pitch
Size of tooth and depth of gullet varies to substantially reduce noise
levels and vibrations. Cuts all structurals, tubing and solids smoothly
and quickly. Identified by two pitch numbers.
Sets
Raker
A recurring sequence of teeth set left and right, followed by one
tooth unset. Frequency of unset teeth on variable pitch blades
varies depends on the tooth configurations.
Alternate
A recurring sequence of teeth set alternately left and right.
Wavy
Groups of teeth set to each side of the blade, with varying
amounts of set in a controlled pattern.
Trapezoid
Special carbide cylinder, welded to an alloy backer, then precision
ground with a high/low tooth form.
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the
Correct Blade
3 Blade Width
4 Pitch
Use the blade width recommended by the machine
manufacturer, except for contour cutting in vertical
machines when you should use the chart below.
Pitch is the number of teeth per inch/25mm. Cutting
thinner sections requires a finer pitch (more teeth per
inch/25mm). Thick sections require coarser pitches
(fewer teeth per inch/25mm).
Choosing
the
Blade
Choosing
1/2"
13mm
3/8"
10mm
1/4"
6mm
Blade
Width
3/16"
5mm
The charts are good guidelines. Because the cross
section limits in the chart are broad and overlap, choose
a coarser pitch if the speed of cut is most important.
(Choose a finer pitch if finish is most important.)
1/8"
3mm
Section to be Cut (Inch)
Constant Pitch (TPI)
Variable Pitch
Radius
5/32" to 3/8"
32 or 24
14-18
1/8"
3mm
1/4" to 1/2"
18 or 14
10-14
1/2" to 3/4"
14 or 10
8-12
3/4" to 1"
10 or 8
6-10
1" to 1-1/2"
8 or 6
5-8
1-1/2" to 3-1/2"
6 or 4
4-6
3-1/2" to 7"
4 or 3
3-4
7" to 10"
3
2-3
10" to 16"
–
1.4-2
1-1/2"
38mm
14" to 20"
1.3
1-2
16" to 32"
1.3
1-1.2
2-5/8"
67mm
Over 30"
1
.8-1.3 / .9-1.1
5/16"
8mm
5/8"
16mm
For cutting tubes and profiles, use the horizontal line to
find the outside diameter (tube) or the largest section
(profile). Find the thickness (tube/profile) using the
vertical column. With that information, cross them to
find the recommended pitch. (chart below).
TUBES AND PROFILES
Wall
Thickness
(Inch)
3/8"
3/4"
1-5/8"
2-3/8"
3-1/4"
4"
4-3/4"
6"
8"
12"
16"
20"
24"
3/32"
14-18
14-18
10-14
10-14
10-14
10-14
8-12
8-12
8-12
8-12
6-10
6-10
5-8
1/8"
10-14
5/32"
10-14
10-14
10-14
10-14
8-12
8-12
8-12
6-10
6-10
6-10
5-8
5-8
8-12
8-12
8-12
8-12
6-10
6-10
6-10
5-8
5-8
4-6
4-6
4-6
3/16"
6-10
6-10
6-10
6-10
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-8
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
1/4"
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-8
5-8
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
3-4
5/16"
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
4-6
3-4
3-4
3-4
3/8"
4-6
4-6
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
1/2"
4-6
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
5/8"
4-6
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
3/4"
4-6
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
2-3
1"
3-4
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
1.4-2
1.4-2
1-1/4"
3-4
1-5/8"
2"
2-3/8"
14
Outside diameter of tube or maximum profile section length (Inch)
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
1.4-2
1.4-2
3-4
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
2-3
1.4-2
1.4-2
3-4
3-4
2-3
2-3
1.4-2
1.4-2
1-1.2
2-3
2-3
1.4-2
1.4-2
1-1.2
Correct Blade
5 Blade Length
Choosing
The blade length varies according to the band saw machine type and specifications. Please find the correct blade length
in your band saw machine user manual.
Blade
the
the
Choosing
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PowerCalc
PowerCalc
Starrett PowerCalc Band Saw Selector is a web-based
application that runs on any Windows® operating
system. PowerCalc selects the best band saw blade for
the specified cutting application.
Specify
• Band saw machine being used to make the cut
• Shape and composition of the material to be cut
• Details regarding any bundling of the material
• Whether or not it will be a cooled cut
PowerCalc automatically displays:
• Recommended Starrett saw blade
• Blade break-in information
• Cooling recommendations
• Cutting time and speed recommendations
Access starrett.com/powercalc to increase
productivity in the cutting process.
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BI-METAL BAND SAW BLADES
Bi-Metal
LIFE TREA
TM
Bi-Metal
S
Primalloy™
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D
N
T
N
E
EX
T
E
NEW!
Features
• Special high-speed steel edge
• Exclusive tooth geometry with positive rake angle
• Extended Life Treatment (EXT)-ensures maximum
fatigue life
• Ground teeth
Benefits
High content of Cobalt and Vanadium guarantee:
• High production, longer operating blade life with
high quality surface finishing
• Increased wear and heat resistance
• Easy penetration in hard and difficult to machine
materials, increasing the blade performance
• Cost-effective over conventional bi-metal blades
Applications
• Tool steel and high speed steel
• Stainless steels
• Nickel and titanium alloys
• Hardened steel
• For machines with hydraulic
feed control
S
O
AW
TI
SOLU
N
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
1 x .035
25 x 0.90
3-4/P
99800
1-1/4 x .042
32 x 1.10
2-3/P
99801
3-4/P
99802
1.4-2/P
99803
2-3/P
99804
3-4/P
99805
1.4-2/P
99806
2-3/P
99807
3-4/P
99808
1-1.2/P
99809
1.4-2/P
99810
2-3/P
99811
1-1/2 x .050
2 x .063
2-5/8 x .063
38 x 1.30
50 x 1.60
67 x 1.60
P = Positive Rake
1" to 2-5/8" sizes available in 150' (45m) coils.
All 150' coils supplied within plus or minus 10% of ordered size.
Furnished in welded bands for all widths, or in random coils for 1" to 1-1/2" widths.
Extended Life Treatment (EXT)
The Starrett Primalloy Band Saw product line applies
a proprietary Extended Life Treatment (EXT) to its
alloy steel backing material. This process, in addition
to controlled blast peening, enhances the fatigue life
of the blade. The EXT applied during the peening
operation adds increased residual stress into the surface
of the blade. Higher stress levels aid in the reduction of
fatigue cracks that originate along microscopic grain
boundaries. The benefits of extended life treatment
are proven with X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) and extensive
mechanical fatigue tests. This process will soon be
applied to most Starrett bimetal and carbide tip
product lines.
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Bi-Metal
®
Bi-Metal
Intenss™ Pro-Vth
Features
• Uniquely designed tooth edge with variable
height and set
• Positive rake, ground teeth
Benefits
• Easy penetration for faster cuts
• Excellent heat and wear resistance
• Pulsating action allow the teeth to penetrate,
resulting in faster cuts
Width x Thickness
Applications
• Tool steel and high speed steel
• Stainless steels
• Auminum bronze alloys
• For machines with hydraulic
feed control
• Ideal for cutting all steels
and non-ferrous metals up to 40 HRC
Inches
1 x .035
1-1/4 x .042
mm
25 x 0.90
32 x 1.10
1-1/2 x .050
38 x 1.30
2 x .063
50 x 1.60
2-5/8 x .063
67 x 1.60
3.1/8 x .063
79 x 1.60
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
2-3P/T
99948*
3-4P/T
99949*
4-6P/T
99950*
2-3P/T
99953
3-4P/T
99954
2-3P/T
99958
3-4P/T
99959
1-1.2P/T
99991
1.4-2P/T
99967
1.4-2P/T
99969
1-1.2P/T
99993
1.4-2P/T
99988
P = Positive Rake • T = Tapered Shape
*bi-metal unique® Technology
1" and 1-1/4" sizes available in 250' (76m) coils. 1-1/2" and 2" sizes available in 150' (45m)
coils. 2-5/8" and larger available in welded bands only.
1. Patented process providing
170% more weld contact
®
for superior teeth stripping
resistance
2. Significantly reduced fracture and breakage
3. Multi-edge cutting performance resulting in faster
cuts and longer blade life
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Bi-Metal
®
Bi-Metal
Intenss™ Pro
Applications
• Ideal for production cutting across a wide
range of metals
• For solids and thick wall tubes
Features
• Complete line with a full range of widths and
pitches to suit a variety of cutting needs
• Unique tooth geometry provides intense production
cutting in ferrous and non-ferrous metals
Benefits
• Faster and straighter cuts
• Improved fatigue and wear resistance
Width x Thickness
Inches
3/4 x .035
1 x .035
1-1/4 x .042
1-1/2 x .050
2 x .063
2-5/8 x .063
3-1/8 x.063
mm
19 x 0.90
25 x 0.90
32 x 1.10
38 x 1.30
50 x 1.30
67 x 1.30
79 x 1.30
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
3-4/P
99191*
4-6/P
99902*
5-8/P
99903*
6-10/P
99206*
2-3/P
99905*
3-4/P
99906*
4-6/P
99907*
5-8/P
99908*
6-10/P
99318*
3/P
99484*
2-3/P
99912
3-4/P
99913
4-6/P
99914
5-8/P
99915
6-10/P
99500
1-1.2/P
99917
1-2/P
99919
1.4-2/P
99921
2-3/P
99923
3-4/P
99924
4-6/P
99926
5-8/P
99927
.8-1.3/P
99928
1-1.2/P
99929
1.4-2/P
99931
2-3/P
99932
3-4/P
99933
.8-1.3/P
99934
1-1.2/P
99937
1.4-2/P
99941
.8-1.3/P
99942
1-1.2/P
99943
1-2/P
99945
1.4-2/P
99947
P = Positive Rake
*bi-metal unique® Technology
Furnished in welded bands for all widths, or in random coils for 3/4" to 1-1/2" widths.
Note: Special products on request.
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Bi-Metal
®
Bi-Metal
Versatix™ MP
Features
• Special tooth geometry developed for cutting
structural materials
• Increased tooth strength
Benefits
• Faster and straighter cuts
• Less tooth breakage
• 2-3 and 3-4 pitches have 8 degree positive rake
for faster cutting
Applications
• Tubes and structurals
• Small solids
• Bundles
• For all machines: manual, hydraulic, gravity fed, etc.
Width x Thickness
Inches
3/4 x .035
1 x .035
1-1/4 x .042
mm
19 x 0.90
25 x 0.90
34 x 1.10
Width x Thickness
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
4-6/P
99212*
5-8/P
99211*
6-10/P
99210*
Inches
1-1/2 x .050
mm
41 x 1.30
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
2-3/P
99517
3-4/P
99518
4-6/P
99519
5-8/P
99520
2-3/P
99551
3-4/P
99552
8-12/P
99222*
10-14/P
99234*
3-4/P
99343*
4-6/P
99342*
4-6/P
99553
5-8/P
99341*
2-3/P
99562
6-10/P
99340*
3-4/P
99563
8-12/P
99329*
2-3/P
99564
10-14/P
99334*
3-4/P
99565
2-3/P
99494
3-4/P
99495
4-6/P
99496
5-8/P
99497
6-10/P
99498
2 x .050
2 x .063
2-5/8 x .063
54 x 1.30
54 x 1.60
67 x 1.60
P = Positive Rake
*bi-metal unique® Technology
Furnished in welded bands for all widths, or in random coils for 3/4" to 1-1/2" widths.
Note: Special products on request.
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Bi-Metal
®
Bi-Metal
Powerband M-42
Features
• Strong tooth geometry
• M42 high speed steel teeth combined with a
fatigue resistant backing
Benefits
• Ideal for horizontal machines and light duty
verticals
• Ideal for toolrooms and maintenance shops
Applications
• Sheets, carbon steel solids and structurals,
aluminum, copper, brass, cast iron, alloy steel,
stainless steel etc.
• Small and medium solid dimensions
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
1/2 x .025
13 x 0.65
1/2 x .035
13 x 0.90
3/4 x .035
1 x .035
1-1/4 x .042
1-1/2 x .050
19 x 0.90
27 x 0.90
34 x 1.10
41 x 1.30
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
14/S
99192*
18/W
99185*
10/S
99176*
14/S
99181*
4-6/S
99195*
5-8/S
99198*
14/S
99238*
3-4/S
99282*
4-6/S
99307*
5-8/S
99297*
14/S
99109*
2-3/S
99411
3-4/S
99423
4-6/S
99430
5-8/S
99434
3-4/S
99693
S = Straight (Zero) Rake • W = Wavy Set (Zero) rake
*bi-metal unique® Technology
Furnished in welded bands for all widths, or in random coils for 3/4" to 1-1/2" widths.
Note: Special products on request.
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Bi-Metal
Bi-Metal
®
Intenss™ Pro-Die
Features
• Split Chip Advantage Technology
• Multiple cutting edges-Multi Edge Performance
Applications
• Ideal for contour cutting on vertical machines
• Carbon steel and low alloy steels
• Sheet metal
• Die and Mold steel
• Stainless steel
Benefits
• Technology that allows faster cutting rates for
longer blade life
• Cost-effective over conventional carbon steel blades
• Excellent fatigue, abrasion and shock resistance
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
1/4 x .025
6 x 0.65
1/4 x .035
6 x 0.90
3/8 x .025
1/2 x .025
10 x 0.65
13 x 0.65
Width x Thickness
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
10-14/P
99079
14-18/W
99080
10-14/P
8-12/P
10-14/P
99124
14-18/W
99125
6-10/P
99102
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
4/P
99143
6/P
99151
99078
6-10/P
99154
99122
8-12/P
99167
10-14/P
99178
4/P
99144
8-12/P
99165
10-14/P
99186
14-18/W
99188
Inches
1/2 x .025
1/2 x .035
mm
13 x 0.65
13 x 0.90
P = Positive Rake • W = Wavy Set (Zero) Rake
Furnished in welded bands or in 100' (30m) coils.
All products feature bi-metal® unique technology.
Note: Special products on request.
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Portaband
®
Bi-Metal
Univerz™
Features
• Split Chip Advantage Technology
• Multiple cutting edges-Multiple Edge
Performance
• Blade thickness: 0.020"
Applications
• Portable machines
• Vertical machines with reduced wheel diameter
• Ideal for metal workshops, construction and hobbyists
• Steel, iron, aluminum
Benefits
• Technology that allows faster cutting rates and
increased blade life
• More cost-effective than conventional carbon
steel blades
• Excellent fatigue, abrasion and shock resistance
• For contour cuts
Length
Inches
cm
Width x Thickness
Length
Inches
Feet
mm
Pitch/Rake
Cat. No.
EDP
114
1/2 x .020
114
1/2 x .020
136.5
1/2 x .020
114
1/2 x .020
EDP
10-14/S
99187-100
15710
14-18/S
99180-100
16090
10T
99171-100
14937
14T
99179-100
13 x 0.50
14938
14T
BM14
14601
18T
BM18
14602
24T
BM24
14603
18T
99182-100
14939
10-14/S
BM1014
15708
24T
99184-100
14940
14-18/S
BM1418
16088
10T
BM10B
16948
14T
BM14B
16949
18T
BM18B
13 x 0.50
16950
24T
BM24B
16951
10-14/S
BM1014B
16952
14-18/S
BM1418B
16953
10T
RBM10
14604
14T
RBM14
14605
18T
RBM18
13 x 0.50
14606
24T
RBM24
14607
10-14/S
RBM1014
15709
14-18/S
RBM1418
16089
13 x 0.50
Continuous
CG4CM
19954
Gulleted
CG4GM
19956
S = Straight (Zero) Rake • W = Wavy Set, Zero Rake • P = Positive Rake
All products feature bi-metal® unique technology.
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Cat. No.
14600
Advanz™ CG - Carbide Grit - 1 per Box
44-7/8
Pitch/
Rake
BM10
Univerz - 3 Bands per Sleeve
53-3/4
mm
10T
Univerz - 100 per Box
44-7/8
Inches
Portaband Coil Stock - Univerz
Univerz - 3 Bands per Sleeve
44-7/8
Width x Thickness
cm
100
3048
1/2 x .020 13 x 0.50
S = Straight (Zero) Rake
All products feature bi-metal® unique technology.
Sold in 100’ coils.
Technical Assistance
Technical Assistance
On-Site Technical Support
Starrett saw specialists are available to tune up and
perform preventative maintenance on your production
sawing machine using Starrett Band Saw Blades, at no
additional cost.
They fully review machine condition, blade mounting
and operation in detail, making adjustments, as
required, to help maintain good sawing and long life
for both the machine and blades.
Training
Starrett saw specialists can also instruct saw operators
on achieving the best performance of blade and
machine for your applications.
Contact your Starrett Band Saw distributor about
arranging a visit to your workplace by a Starrett saw
specialist.
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Distance.
Three major product lines to
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CARBIDE / DIAMOND GRIT
NEW!
Carbide
Carbide
Advanz™ MC7
Features
• Exclusive Starrett tooth geometry
• Carbide tipped
• Progressively ground trapezoidal tooth design
• Utilizes a progressive four tooth grind creating
seven distinct chips
• Positive rake angle
• Sub micron carbide (HV1600)
Benefits
• Cutting ferrous metals
• Higher productivity through reduced cutting time
• Precision cuts - superb surface finish
• Excellent “cost per cut” for production cutting
• Exclusive Starrett edge preparation - minimizes
micro chipping
• Less wear compared to conventional triple chip
MC7 (Seven Multiple Chips)
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Applications
• Difficult to machine steels
• Tool steels, heat-treated steels, stainless
materials
• Inconel, nickel alloys
• Titanium
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
1-1/4 x .042
34 x 1.10
2-3/P
92573
1.4-2/P
92575
2-3/P
92581
1.4-2/P
92578
2-3/P
92582
1-1/2 x .050
2 x .063
2-5/8 x .063
41 x 1.30
54 x 1.60
67 x 1.60
P = Positive Rake
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
Material No.
.9-1.1/P
92583
1.4-2/P
92584
Carbide
NEW!
Advanz™ MC5
Benefits
• Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals and castings
• Higher productivity through reduced cutting time
• Precision cuts - superb surface finish
• Excellent "cost per cut" for production cutting
• Starrett exclusive edge preparation - minimizes
micro chipping
• The chip load is spread out over more teeth to
facilitate longer life
Carbide
Features
• Exclusive Starrett tooth geometry
• Carbide tipped
• Ground tooth produces 5 chips
• Utilizes a multiple chip grind with a high/low
tooth sequence
• Positive rake angle
• Sub micron carbide (HV1600)
Applications
• Low alloy tool steels
• Hot and cold rolled machine steels
• Automotive aluminium casting blocks
• Cast Iron
• Brass
• Bronze
• Copper
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
1-1/4 x .042
34 x 1.10
2-3/P
92572
1-1/2 x .050
41 x 1.30
2 x .063
54 x 1.60
1.4-2/P
92574
2-3/P
92586
1.4-2/P
92577
2-3/P
92580
P = Positive Rake
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
MC5 (Five Multiple Chips)
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Carbide
Carbide
Advanz™ TS
Features
• Carbide tipped teeth
• Triple chip tooth geometry
• Aggressive Rake angle
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting hard materials
• Extreme resistance to wear when cutting difficult
to machine steels
• Reduced cutting time - Higher productivity
• Precise cuts producing excellent finish
Applications
• High-alloy metals
• Aerospace alloys
• Stainless steel
• Nickel alloys
• Hard and abrasive
materials
• For machines with
hydraulic feed control
Width x Thickness
Inches
3/4 x .035
19 x 0.90
1 x .035
27 x 0.90
1-1/4 x .042
34 x 1.10
1-1/4 x .050
1-1/2 x .050
30
mm
34 x 1.30
38 x 1.30
Width x Thickness
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
3-4/P
92503
1-1/2 x .050
41 x 1.30
3/P
92524
3/P
92500
1.4-2/P
92559
3-4/P
92509
2-3/P
92528
3/P
92504
1/P
92527
2-3/P
92515
1.3/P
92558
3-4/P
92517
.9-1.1/P
92560
2-3/P
92522
1.4-2/P
92561
3/P
92512
2-3/P
92530
1/P
92526
.9-1.1/P
92562
1.4-2/P
92521
1.4-2/P
92563
2-3/P
92516
2-3/P
92532
3-4/P
92569
1/P
92531
1/P
92562
1.3/P
92519
2 x .063
2-5/8 x .063
3-1/8 x .063
54 x 1.60
67 x 1.60
80 x 1.60
P = Positive Rake
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
Carbide
Advanz™ CS
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting hardened materials
• High resistance to abrasion
• Reduced cutting time - Higher productivity
• Precise cuts produces excellent finish
CBANCADA
arbide
Features
• Carbide tipped teeth
• Triple chip tooth geometry
• Negative Rake angle
Applications
• Case hardened steel
• Steel for shafts and
linear guides
• Case hardened
materials up to 60 HRC
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
1 x .035
27 x 0.90
3-4/N
92564
1-1/4 x .042
32 x 1.10
3-4/N
92565
1-1/4 x .050
32 x 1.30
3-4/N
92566
2-3/N
92570
3-4/N
92576
1-1/2 x .050
41 x 1.30
N = Negative Rake
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
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Carbide
Carbide
Advanz™ FS
Features
• Carbide tipped teeth
• Triple chip tooth geometry
• Positive Rake angle
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting abrasive materials
• Exceptional resistance to fatigue, abrasion and shocks
• Reduced cutting time-Higher productivity
• Precise cuts and excellent finishing
Applications
• Abrasive non-ferrous metals
• Cast materials and risers
• Composite materials
• Fiberglass
• Graphite
• Abrasive and hard woods such as Tauari and
others
• Robust vertical and horizontal machines
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
3/4 x .035
19 x 0.90
3/P
92550
1 x .035
27 x 0.90
2-3/P
92507
3/P
92552
1 x .050
27 x 1.30
2-3/P
92551
3/P
92553
1-1/4 x .042
34 x 1.10
3/P
92513
1-1/4 x .050
34 x 1.30
3/P
92555
1-1/2 x .050
41 x 1.30
2-3/P
92556
P = Positive Rake
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
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Carbide Grit
Advanz™ CG
Carbide
Applications
• Steel-belted tires
• Composite materials
• Reinforced plastics
• Composite Graphite
• Case-Hardened steels
• Fiberglass
Features
• With continuous or gulleted cutting edge
• High fatigue resistance
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting hard and/or abrasive materials
• Precise cuts and excellent finishing
• Superior durability
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
1/4 x .020
3/8 x .025
1/2 x .020
1/2 x .025
3/4 x .032
1 x .035
6 x 0.50
10 x 0.65
13 x 0.50
13 x 0.65
19 x 0.80
25 x 0.90
1 x .042
25 x 1.10
1-1/4 x .035 32 x 0.90
1-1/4 x .042 32 x 1.10
Form
Grit
Material No.
Gullet
Fine
95400
Gullet
Medium
95401
Gullet
Medium
95403
Continuous
Medium
95404
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95406
Gullet
Medium
95412
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95413
Continuous
Medium
95414
Gullet
Medium
95407
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95408
Continuous
Medium
95410
Gullet
Medium
95416
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95417
Gullet
Coarse
95418
Continuous
Medium
95419
Continuous
Coarse
95421
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95422
Gullet
Coarse
95423
Continuous
Medium
95425
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95428
Gullet
Coarse
95429
Gullet
Coarse
95430
Continuous
Coarse
95431
Gullet
Medium/Coarse
95432
Furnished in welded bands. 100' and 250' coils.
Note: Special products on request.
Length
Inches
Width x Thickness
cm
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Cat. No. EDP
Advanz CG - Portabands
44-7/8
114
1/2 x .020
S = Straight (Zero) Rake
Packaged 1 per box.
13 x 0.50
Continuous
CG4CM
19954
Gulleted
CG4GM
19956
• W = Wavy Set, Zero Rake • P = Positive Rake
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Diamond Grit
Diamond Grit
Advanz™ DG
Features
• Cutting edge coated with diamond grains
• Continuous cutting edge
• High strength body
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting abrasive materials that conventional
blades cannot cut
• Precise cuts and excellent finishing
• Exceptional durability and fatigue resistance
Applications
• Glass
• Glazed ceramic
• Silicon
• Graphite
• Fiberglass
• Stones
• Pyrex
• Ideal for machines that have high cutting speed
Width x Thickness
Inches
1/2 x .020
mm
13 x 0.50
Form
Grit
Material No.
Continuous
Medium 60/85
Diamond Grit
95123
Furnished in welded bands.
Note: Special products on request.
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CARBON
NEW!
Carbon
Carbon
Duratec™ SFB
Features
• Made from special high carbon steel
• Flexible back
Benefits
• Contour and straight cutting
• Economical
• Can be welded with "standard" welders
Applications
• Easy-to-machine carbon steel
• Non-ferrous metals
• Composites and plastics
• Plywood and MDF
• Cardboard
• Ideal for light vertical and horizontal machines
• Mechanical workshops, toolroom, carpentry, etc.
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Carbon
Duratec™ SFB
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
1/8 x .025
3 x 0.65
3/16 x .014
5 x 0.35
3/16 x .025
1/4 x .014
1/4 x .025
3/8 x .025
1/2 x .025
5 x 0.65
6 x 0.35
6 x 0.65
10 x 0.65
13 x 0.65
Width x Thickness
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
14/S
91050
Inches
mm
6/S
91361
18/S
91060
6P/HP
91373
8/S
91083
8/S
91374
4S/K
91080
10/S
91380
10/S
91090
14/S
91401
14/S
91100
18/W
91420
18/S
91110
24/W
91430
1/2 x .025
13 x 0.65
24/W
91111
3S/K
91435
14/S
91178
4S/K
91436
4/S-K
91120
6S/K
91437
4P/HP
91130
6/S
91438
6S/K
91140
8/S
91440
6/S
91151
10/S
91450
6P/HP
91147
14/S
91471
8/S
91152
3S/K
91510
10/S
91161
3P/LP
91515
14/S
91181
4S/K
91529
18/W
91190
4/S
91530
24/W
91204
4P/HP
91528
32/W
91210
6/S
91531
3/S
91221
8/S
91550
3P/LP
91230
10/S
91570
4S/K
10079
14/S
91621
4P/HP
91250
18/W
91622
6S/K
91265
2P/LP
91670
6/S
91261
3S/K
91680
6/HP
91264
3P/LP
91689
8/S
91271
4S/K
91695
10/S
91281
4/S
91696
14/S
91291
6/S
91701
18/W
91300
8/S
91720
24/W
91307
10/S
91730
3P/LP
91330
14/S
91761
4S/K
91340
4P/HP
91350
6S/K
91372
5/8 x .032
3/4 x .032
1 x .035
16 x 0.80
19 x 0.80
25 x 0.90
S = Straight (Zero) Rake • W = Wavy Set, Zero Rake
SK = Skip Tooth • P = HK Tooth
Furnished in welded bands, 100' (30m) coils or random length.
Note: Special products on request.
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Carbon
Carbon
Duratec™ FC
Features
• Made of high-carbon steel with high Silicon-content
• Flexible backer for excellent fatigue resistance
• Special set design for increased frictional heat
• Special "air scoop"design teeth
• Fully hardened teeth and tempered back
Benefits
• Ideal for cutting materials that conventional blades
cannot cut
• High resistance to wear and abrasion
• Teeth specifically designed to bring oxygen into
the cut to burn up the material
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Applications
• Steel-belted radial tires
• Cuts thin, ferrous sections up to 5/8" (16mm)
• Weldments, sheet metal, unconventional shapes
• Vertical machines with speeds up to 15,000 SFPM
Width x Thickness
Inches
1 x .035
mm
25 x 0.90
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
8/S
91726
10/S
91740
S = Straight (Zero) Rake
Furnished in welded bands and 100' (30m) coils.
Note: Special products on request.
Carbon
Band Knives
Carbon
Features
• Available with straight, scallop or wavy tooth
cutting edges and a single or double edge
bevel
• Made of high-carbon steel and stainless steel
• Razor edge
Benefits
• Quick, smooth and precise cuts, with excellent
finishing
• Without material waste
Applications
• Foam
• Rubber and soft plastics
• Cardboard and paper
• Cork
Straight Edge, Single Bevel
Width x Thickness
Inches
Straight Edge, Double Bevel
mm
3/8 x .022
10 x 0.55
1/2 x .018
13 x 0.46
1/2 x .022
5/8 x .018
13 x 0.55
16 x 0.46
Scallop Edge, Double Bevel
3/4 x .022
1 x .025
19 x 0.55
25 x 0.60
Wavy Edge, Double Bevel
1 x .035
25 x 0.90
Edge and
Bevel
Material No.
Scallop - Double Bevel
93126
Scallop - Double Bevel
93590
Scallop - Double Bevel
93188
Straight - Single Bevel
93135
Straight - Double Bevel
93160
Wavy - Double Bevel
93388
Scallop - Double Bevel
93189
Scallop - Double Bevel
93580*
Straight - Double Bevel
93609
Wavy - Double Bevel
93715
Scallop - Double Bevel
93637
Wavy - Double Bevel
93715
Scallop - Double Bevel
93637
Straight - Double Bevel
93794
Scallop - Double Bevel
93806
Straight - Double Bevel
93796
Scallop - Double Bevel
93809
Wavy - Double Bevel
93912
Furnished in welded bands and 100' (30m) coils for 1/4" to 1" widths.
Furnished in welded bands and randon coils for 1-1/2" width.
Note: Special products on request.
*Stainless steel blade.
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Exceed Your
Capabilities.
The Starrett FMS Series incorporates new
performance-based capabilities and user-friendly
features to help you perform critical force tests with
greater accuracy and efficiency.
Model FMS5000
It can perform all of your basic force measurement
tests, as well as more complex multi-stage tests to
international standards.
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WOOD CUTTING
Wood Cutting
Wood Cutting
Woodpecker™ Premium
Features
• A selection of blades ideal for a variety of
woodworking applications­­­­
• Includes blades as thin as .020" for jobs such as
contour cutting­­­fine hardwoods to thicker blades
for tough tasks including­­­pallet work
• Hardened spring tempered back and ground,
precision set teeth with positive tooth angles
• Thin kerf available
• Longer life and faster cutting with less feed
• High production rates and increased yields
• Can be re-sharpened
Width x Thickness
Inches
1/4 x .020
3/8 x .022
1/2 x .022
mm
6.5 x 0.50
10 x 0.55
13 x 0.55
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
4/P
91991
6S/K
91992
3/P
91995
4/P
91996
6/P
91997
3/P
92000
4/P
92001
6-P
92002
3/P
92003
5/8 x .022
16 x 0.55
4/P
92004
3/4 x .028
19 x 0.71
3/P
92007
1 x .023
25 x 0.58
3/P
92010
1.3/P
92035
2/P
92036
1.1/P
92042
1.3/P
92043
1.1/P
92017
1 x .035
1-1/4 x .035
25 x 0.90
32 x 0.90
1-1/4 x .042
32 x 1.10
1.3/P
92018
Variable 5-8/S
92046
1-1/2 x .042
38 x 1.10
1.1/P
92022
2 x .042
50 x 1.10
1.1/P
92026
2-9/16 x .042
65 x1.10
1.1/P
92030
P = Positive Rake
K = Skip Tooth
S = Straight (Zero) Rake
Makes less chips than the competition's saws.
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Wood Cutting
Bi-Metal Woodpecker™ Pro
Wood Cutting
Bi-Metal
Features
• Manufactured from high speed steel M42 containing
8% cobalt
• Specifically designed for all types of hard wood
• Electron beam welded bi-metal construction
• Rockwell tooth hardness C67-69 ensures longer
blade life
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
1/4 x .025
6.5 x 0.65
6P/HP
92100
3/8 x .025
10 x 0.90
4/P
92101
1/2 x .025
13 x 0.65
3/P
92102
3/4 x .035
19 x 0.90
3/P
92103
1 x .035
25 x 0.90
2/P
92104
1.1/P
92105
1.3/P
92106
5-8/S
92107
1.3/P
92108
1.1/P
92109
1-1/4 x .035
1-1/4 x .042
32 x 0.90
32 x 1.10
1-1/2 x .050
38 x 1.30
1.1/P
92110
2 x .050
50 x 1.30
1.1/P
92111
P = Positive Rake
HP = High Profile Teeth
S = Straight (Zero) Rake
High Speed Teeth
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FOOD PROCESSING
Food Processing
Food Processing
MeatKutter™ Premium
MKP
Specifications
• Polished high carbon steel
• Hardened, ground teeth
• Hardened back
• Laser-etched blade for easy identification
Features
• Clean and sanitary operation
• Fast, smooth and clean cuts, with less waste
• Accurate cuts with less effort
• Laser-etched blade identification guarantees
product quality and satisfaction
Meat Types
• Fresh meat
• Frozen meat
• Poultry
• Fish
Applications
• Suitable for butcheries, food industry,
slaughterhouses, supermarkets
Width x Thickness
Inches
1/2 x .022
mm
13 x 0.55
5/8 x .018
16 x 0.46
5/8 x .022
16 x 0.55
3/4 x .022
19 x .0.55
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
3/H
94310
4/H
94311
6/K
94312
4/H
94314
6/K
94315
3/H
94316
4/H
94317
3/H
94318
4/H
94319
H = Hook
K = Skip
Furnished with welded, 100' (30m) coils or random coils.
Meatkutter™
Premium
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5/8 x .018"
5/8 x .022"
16 x 0.46mm
X6
OP21221504
Food Processing
Food Processing
Meatkutter™ Stainless
MKS
Specifications
• Stainless steel AISI 420
• Ground teeth
• Laser-etched blade for easy identification
Features
• Rust-proof
• Fast, smooth and clean cuts, with less waste
• Laser-etched blade identification guarantees
product quality and satisfaction
Width x Thickness
Inches
5/8 x .018
mm
16 x 0.46
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
4/H
94321
6/K
94322
H = Hook
K = Skip
Furnished with welded, 100' (30m) coils or random coils.
Meatkutter™ 5/8 x .018"
Stainless Steel 16 x 0.46mm
X6
OP21221688
Meat Types
• Bone-in or boneless, thawed or frozen
• Poultry
• Fish
Applications
• Suitable for butcheries, food industry,
slaughterhouses, supermarkets­
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Food Processing
Food Processing
CarcassKutter™ Premium
CKP
Specifications
• Polished high carbon steel
• Hardened, ground teeth
• Hardened back
• Laser-etched blade for easy identification
Features
• Fast, smooth and clean cuts with less waste
• Accurate cuts with less effort
• Laser-etched blade identification guarantees
product quality and satisfaction
Carcass Types
• Animal carcass cuts
• Cattle
• Pigs
• Goats
Applications
• Suitable for frozen meat and slaughter houses
• Cold storage facilities
• Meat packing and processing plants
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Width x Thickness
Inches
3/4 x .022
mm
19 x 0.55
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
3/H
94370
4/H
94371
H = Hook
Furnished welded Individually wrapped or random coils.
Carcasskutter™ 3/4 x .022"
Stainless Steel 19 x 0.55mm
X3
OP21122554
Food Processing
Food Processing
Meatkutter™ Frozen
MKF
Specifications
• Polished high carbon steel
• Hardened, ground teeth
• Laser-etched blade for easy origin identification
and traceability­
• Variety of widths and teeth (as shown below)
Features
• Minimal meat residue guaranteeing clean and
sanitary operation­
• Fast, smooth and clean cuts, with less food loss in
comparison­to conventional blades
• Excellent cutting precision
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
5/8 x .014
16 x 0.35
3/H
94360
5/8 x .020
16 x 0.50
3/H
94361
4/H
94362
3/4 x .022
19 x 0.55
3/H
94363
1 x .023
27 x 0.60
3/H
94364
1-1/4 x .032
34 x 0.80
2/H
94365
2 x .035
50 x 0.90
1.3/H
94366
H = Hook
Welded blade, 100' (30m), Random length coil
Meatkutter™
Meat Types
• Fish
• Frozen meat up to -4˚F (-20˚ C)
5/8 x .020"
Frozen 16 x 0.50mm
X4 OP21221504
Applications
• Meat packing industries
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Food Processing
Food Processing
Meatkutter™ Frozen
Bi-Metal
MKB
Specifications
• Bi-metal high-speed steel band saw blade
• Hardened teeth and back
Features
• Greater durability compared to conventional
blades
• Fast, clean cuts
• Clean, accurate cuts with less waste
Meat Types
• Frozen fish up to -76˚F (-60° C)
• Large fish
Applications
• Suitable for meat packing, portioning and
seafood processing
Width x Thickness
Inches
mm
Pitch/Rake
Material No.
1-1/4 x .035
34 x 0.90
3/H/H
94380
H = Hook
Furnished welded or random coils.
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POWER HACKSAWS
Power Hacksaws
Power Hacksaws
Bi-Metal HSS-BS
Cutting Edge
of
High Speed Steel
Features
• Available in metric and inch
• Hardened and tempered high-speed steel teeth
• Tough alloy steel back resistant to shock and
breakage
Applications
• Ideal for all general steel cutting
• Works well in a wide variety of applications,
including interrupted cuts
Benefits
• Alloy back resists fatigue under the most adverse
conditions
CUTTING CHART FOR POWER HACKSAW BLADES-BS AND RS
Material Thickness
Up to 3/4" (20mm)
From 3/4" to 1-1/2"
(From 20mm to 40mm)
From 1-1/2" to 3.1/2"
Above 3.1/2"
(From 40mm to 90mm) (Above 90mm)
Bow Speeds in
Strokes per minute **
Cross Section to be cut
Pitch*
Low-Carbon Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
70-90
Medium Carbon Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
60-80
High Carbon Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
55-70
Carbon Low Alloy Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-80
Carbon High Alloy Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
45-60
Easy to machine steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
80-100
Tool Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
55 -70
Low-Alloy High Speed Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
50-60
High-Alloy High Speed Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
45-55
Cast Iron Class 20
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
70-80
Cast Iron Class 40
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-75
Cast Iron Class 60
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40 -55
Malleable Cast Iron
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-75
Austenitic Cast Iron
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40-55
Inconel and Monel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40-55
Stainless Steels
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
50-60
Copper
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
95-140
Bronze
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
85-105
Brass
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
90-110
Aluminum
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
100-140
*The blade should be tensioned correctly .
*Since you have two options for each thickness range, use a finaer pitch (more teeth per inch) for thinner sections and coarser pitches (fewer teeth per inch) for thick sections.
** For materials with width higher than 3", decrease at least 20% of cutting rates.
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Power Hacksaws
Power Hacksaws
Bi-Metal HSS-BS
Cutting Edge
Cat. No.
BS1210-5
BS1214-5
BS1410-5
BS1414-5
BS1406-6
BS1410-6
BS1406-7
BS1706-6
BS1710-6
BS1806-6
BS1810-6
BS1804-7
BS1806-7
BS1804-8
BS1806-8
BS2104-8
BS2106-8
BS2403-0
BS2404-0
of
High Speed
Length x Width x Thickness
12" x 1-1/8" x .050"
300mm x 28mm x 1.25mm
TPI
(TP/25mm)
Pinhole
Diameter
10
steel
EDP
40097
14
40098
10
40099
14" x 1-1/8" x .050"
350mm x 28mm x 1.25mm
14
14" x 1-3/8" x .062"
350mm x 35mm x 1.6mm
6
40101
10
40102
14" x 1-5/8" x .075"
350mm x 41mm x 2mm
6
6
8.5mm
10.75mm
40100
40105
40113
17" x 1-3/8" x .062"
425mm x 35mm x 1.6mm
10
18" x 1-3/8" x .062"
450mm x 35mm x 1.6mm
6
40115
10
40116
18" x 1-5/8" x .075"
450mm x 41mm x 2mm
4
40118
6
40119
4
8.5mm
10.75mm
40114
40121
18" x 1-7/8" x .088"
450mm x 47mm x 2.25mm
6
21" x 1-7/8" x .088"
525mm x 47mm x 2.25mm
4
40126
6
40127
24" x 2-1/8" x .100"
600mm x 54mm x 2.5mm
4
3
40122
16.75mm
40131
40132
Blades from 12" (300mm) to 20" (500mm) length packaged and sold 5 blades per plastic
tube.
Blades from 21" (525mm) or wider, packaged and sold 1 blade per envelope.
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Power Hacksaws
Power Hacksaws
High Speed Steel-RS
High Speed Steel
Features
• Available in metric and inch
• Fully hardened molybdenum high-speed steel
Applications
• Ideal for cutting a wide range of materials
Benefits
• Long wear life and top performance
• Withstands heavier feed pressures
providing faster cutting
CUTTING CHART FOR POWER HACKSAW BLADES-BS AND RS
Material Thickness
Up to 3/4" (20mm)
Cross Section to be cut
Pitch*
Low-Carbon Steel
14-10
From 3/4" to 1-1/2"
(From 20mm to 40mm)
From 1-1/2" to 3-1/2"
(From 40mm to 90mm)
Above 3-1/2"
(Above 90mm)
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
Bow Speeds in
Strokes per minute **
70-90
Medium Carbon Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
60-80
High Carbon Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
55-70
Carbon Low Alloy Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-80
Carbon High Alloy Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
45-60
Easy to machine steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
80-100
Tool Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
55 -70
Low-Alloy High Speed Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
50-60
High-Alloy High Speed Steel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
45-55
Cast Iron Class 20
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
70-80
Cast Iron Class 40
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-75
Cast Iron Class 60
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40 -55
Malleable Cast Iron
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
65-75
Austenitic Cast Iron
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40-55
Inconel and Monel
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
40-55
Stainless Steels
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
50-60
Copper
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
95-140
Bronze
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
85-105
Brass
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
90-110
Aluminum
14-10
10-6
6-4
4-2.1/2
100-140
*The blade should be tensioned correctly .
*Since you have two options for each thickness range, use a finer pitch (more teeth per inch) for thinner sections and coarser pitches (fewer teeth per inch) for thick sections.
** For materials with width higher than 3", decrease at least 20% of cutting rates.
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Power Hacksaws
Power Hacksaws
High Speed Steel-RS
High Speed Steel
Cat. No.
RS1210-5
RS1214-5
RS1410-5
RS1414-5
RS1406-6
RS1410-6
RS1606-6
RS1610-6
RS1706-6
RS1710-6
RS1806-6
RS1810-6
RS1804-7
RS1806-7
RS1804-8
RS1806-8
RS2104-8
RS2106-8
Length x Width x Thickness
12" x 1" x .050"
300mm x 25mm x 1.25mm
14" x 1" x .050"
350mm x 25mm x 1.25mm
14" x 1-1/4" x .062"
350mm x 32mm x 1.6mm
16" x 1-1/4" x .062"
400mm x 32mm x 1.25mm
17" x 1-1/4" x .062"
425mm x 32mm x 1.6mm
18" x 1-1/4" x .062"
450mm x 32mm x 1.6mm
18" x 1-1/2" x .075"
450mm x 38mm x 2mm
18" x 1-3/4" x .088"
450mm x 45mm x 2.25mm
21" x 1-3/4" x .088"
450mm x 45mm x 2.25mm
RS2404-0
24" x 2" x .100"
600mm x 50mm x 2.5mm
RS3004-0
30" x 2-1/2" x .100"
750mm x 63mm x 2.5mm
TPI
(TP/25mm)
Pinhole
Diameter
Cat. No.
10
40046
14
40047
Metric High Speed Steel Power Hacksaw Blades
(for KASTO and other metric machines)
10
40049
14
40050
6
10
8.5mm
40051
40052
6
40057
10
40058
6
40062
10
40063
6
40064
10
40065
4
40067
6
40068
4
10.75mm
40070
6
40071
4
40075
6
40076
4
4
11.25mm
16.75mm
40081
40083
Blades from 12" (300mm) to 20" (500mm) length packaged and sold 5 blades per plastic
tube.
Blades from 21" (525mm) or wider, packaged and sold 1 blade per envelope.
RS300-6
RS300-10
RS350-6
RS350-10
Length x Width x Thickness
TPI
(TP/25mm)
EDP
12" x 1-1/4" x .075"
300mm x 32mm x 2mm
14" x 1-1/4" x .075"
50mm x 32mm x 2mm
RS400-4
RS400-6
EDP
6
16168
10
16169
6
40177
10
40178
4
16" x 1-1/4" x .075"
400mm x 32mm x 2mm
Pinhole
Diameter
6
8.5mm
40179
40180
RS400-10
10
40181
RS450-4
4
40182
6
40183
RS450-6
18" x 1-1/2" x .075"
450mm x 38mm x 2mm
RS450-10
10
40184
RS500-4
4
16170
6
16171
RS500-10
10
16172
RS550-4
4
40173
6
40174
RS550-10
10
40185
RS575-4
23" x 2" x .100"
575mm x 50mm x 2.5mm
4
24" x 2" x .100"
600mm x 50mm x 2.5mm
4
16173
6
16174
26" x 2-3/16" x .100"
650mm x 55mm x 2.5mm
4
40186
6
40187
28" x 2-3/16" x .100"
700mm x 55mm x 2.5mm
4
40188
6
40189
34" x 2-3/8" x .118"
850mm x 60mm x 3mm
4
16175
RS500-6
RS550-6
RS575-6
RS600-4
RS600-6
RS650-4
RS650-6
RS700-4
RS700-6
RS850-4
RS850-6
RS900-2 1/2
RS1000-2 1/2
20" x 1-3/4" x .075"
500mm x 45mm x 2mm
22" x 1-3/4" x .075"
550mm x 45mm x 2mm
36" x 4-1/2" x .138"
900mm x 114mm x 3.5mm
40" x 5" x .138"
1000mm x 126mm x 3.5mm
6
10.5mm
6
40175
40176
16176
12.5mm
68716
2-1/2 TPI
16177
Blades from 12” (300mm) to 20” (500mm) length packaged and sold 5 blades per plastic
tube.
Blades from 21” (525mm) or wider, packaged and sold 1 blade per envelope.
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Recommendations
Recommendations
Blade Break-In
Using the right break-in procedures for a bi-metal blade
ensures longer blade life, faster cuts for a longer period
of time and consistent performance. Conversely, blade life
can be significantly compromised if the proper break-in
procedures are not followed.
Softer material such as carbon steel and aluminum:
A. Run the normal surface feet per minute (SFPM).
B. Adjust the feed pressure to 50% the normal cutting
rate for 50-100 square inches (323-645 sq.cm).
C. Increase to 100% cutting rate.
D. Avoid vibration.
New blade with
razor sharp teeth
Tooth correctly broken in
Tooth incorrectly broken in
Harder materials such as nickel-based alloys like
inconel, hardened steels, tool steels and stainless
steels:
A. Run the normal surface feet per minute (SFPM).
B. Adjust the feed pressure to 75% of the normal cutting
rate for 25-75 square inches (161-484 sq.cm).
C. Gradually increase cutting rate to reach 100% after
50 square inches (323 sq.cm) .
D. Avoid vibration.
Start to cut material at reduced cutting rate
After break-in when the blade has fully entered the work-piece, increase the feed rate over a
series of cuts until the recommended cutting rate is achieved
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Band Saw Blade
Installation Guidelines
Always follow the machine manufacturer's instruction
and recommendations for blade changes and the safe
operation for the band saw machine. Starrett nor
its employees shall not be held responsible for the
accuracy or completeness of these guidelines.
• Select appropriate blade for cutting application
• Unfold blade properly. Do not throw. Throwing
the blade will result in tooth damage that will
reduce saw blade performance
• Install blade with saw teeth pointing in proper
direction
The general information contained in the guidelines
is intended to assist in the proper installation of band
saw blades.
Recommendations
Recommendations
Proper blade installation achieves more efficient blade
performance.
• Wear gloves when handling band saw blade
• Use eye protection, safety shoes, and hearing
protection
Follow These Instructions Carefully
• Follow all the safety instructions shown in the band
saw machine operator's manual and on the machine
labels. Recognize and read safety and warning signs
such as Danger, Warning and Caution
• Follow the saw blade installation instructions on
the specific make and model of the band saw
machine requiring a blade change
• Apply appropriate tension to the blade
• Be aware of pinch points and keep hands and
clothing clear of rotating blade
• Adjust guide arms to appropriate positions to
workpiece
• Adjust blade guides for proper blade support
• Adjust chip brush to fully engage saw blade
teeth to ensure proper chip removal
• Check hydraulic fluid levels when applicable
• Ensure appropriate cutting fluid placement and
mix ratios as applicable per machine, cutting fluid,
and blade manufacturer's recommendations
Basic Blade Change Guidelines
• Remove any chips from saw guides and band wheels
• Position chip brush away from saw
• Relieve saw blade tension and remove blade
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Accessories
Accessories
Pocket Laser Tachometer Kit with
Case No. S7793Z
• Powerful tachometer with 32 functions for
measurements with or without contact
• From 200.000 RPM (optical measurement) to
20.000 RPM
• Measurement with contact up to 20.000 RPM
• Measurement with contact 2.000 m/min.
(linear speed)
• Different measurement units: RPM, cm, inches,
feet, yards etc.
Saw Tension Gage For Band Saw
Blades No. 682EMZ
• Check for proper tension in either English or metric
• Graduated in kg/cm² (0 to 4.000) and in pounds/
in² (0 to 60.000)
• Supplied in a case with instructions
Band Saw Blade Alignment Gage
No. PT92925
This gage enables you to make sure your blade is running
square to the cut.
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Starrett Website
PowerCalc Software
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Browse the full range of Starrett products, locate
Starrett authorized distributors, and download product
datasheets, white papers, user manuals and other
informational documentation on the Starrett website.
PowerCalc helps users choose the right Starrett
band saw blade for their application. The PowerCalc
software is a free web-based application and available
at starrett.com.
Band Saw Blade Reference Guide
PowerCalc App
Bulletin 1037
The PowerCalc App helps users choose
the right Starrett band saw blade for their
application on a smartphone. The PowerCalc
App is free and easy to install on any
smartphone or mobile device.
The Band Saw Reference Guide provides basic charts
and tables to help users achieve the best results with
Starrett band saw blades.
Charts include:
• Cutting Table for Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades
• Troubleshooting
• Cut Rate Chart
• Cut-Off
Calculations
Resources
Starrett Resources
The PowerCalc App is available on the following sites:
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The Band Saw Blade
Reference Guide is
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Learn more about band saw blades and
other Starrett products by watching a variety
of videos available on the Starrett YouTube page.
Videos include:
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