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Thick Metal Cutting Applications Made Easier with M.K. Morse

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Cut Metal Quicker & Cleaner Than Ever Before

Technology Meets Toughness

M.K. Morse rolls out its latest metal cutting innovation, the CTR Carbide Tipped Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blade – designed with the professional in mind. The CTR Reciprocating Saw Blades cut the most difficult materials quicker and cleaner, far out performing the competition. For thick metal cutting applications between 3/16″ and 1/2″, there is no better choice than the CTR Carbide Tipped Reciprocating Saw Blades from M.K. Morse.

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More Cost Effective – Outlasts bi-metal reciprocating blades in tough metals.
WC Grade Carbide Tips – Long life and superior cutting performance in stainless steel and other tough metals.
Precision Ground Carbide Teeth – Less vibration, faster cutting, longer life than traditional bi-metal reciprocating blades in tough metals.
1″ x .050 Blade – Straighter cuts and less vibration with reduced fatigue for the operator.
Universal Tang – Fits all standard reciprocating saws.

Applications: Cast Iron, Threaded Rod, EMT Conduit, Stainless Steel, Steel Plate, Ferrous Metal, Rubber, Steel Studs, Rebar, Black Iron Pipe, Angle Iron, Metal Alloys

Target Customers: Plumbing Contractors, Electrical Contractors, HVAC Contractors, General Contractors, Iron Workers, Sheet Metal Contractors, Fire & Rescue, Metal Building Contractors, Steel Framing Contractors, Plant Maintenance, Mechanical Contractors

Shop Now at Tanner

M.K. Morse CTR Carbide Tipped Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blades are now available online at tannerbolt.com.  Available in (3) different sizes: 4″, 6″ or 9″ lengths. View all CTR Carbide Tipped Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blades here.

Cut Down the Competition

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See the CTR Carbide Tipped Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blades in Action

Reciprocating Saw Blades-How do I know which teeth per inch (TPI) I need?

Reciprocating Saw Blades

Match the Correct Tooth Size to the Work.

As with all other toothed linear edge cutting tools, it is very important to match the correct tooth size with the material being cut in order to get the maximum blade life and efficiency from your reciprocating saw blades.

The rule of thumb is that at least three teeth should be engaged in the work at all times. Six to twelve teeth engaged in the work is optimum.

If the tooth being used is too large, for instance cutting thin-walled electrical conduit with a 10 tooth per inch blade, the teeth tend to straddle the thin section and it is relatively easy to strip teeth.

If the teeth are too small for the work, there is not enough room in the tooth gullets to pull out the chips. This can cause premature dulling and tooth stripping.

• For very hard materials, more teeth per inch may improve performance.

• Use more teeth per inch for a smoother finish.

• For faster cutting, use fewer teeth per inch but maintain a minimum of 3 teeth in

contact with the work at all times.

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