Bahco Easy-Cut Blade Cuts Many Materials

June 2006
Metal Center News;Jun2006, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p86
Trade Publication
The article features the Easy-Cut blade of Bahco North America Inc., Scranton, Pennsylvania. Easy-Cut is a universal bandsaw blade in the new generation and it is designed to cut wide array of materials. Easy-Cut can last longer than the conventional blade without sacrificing its quality. Its tooth was designed in order to cut different type of materials such as plastics, aluminum, copper, stainless and tool steel.


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