Stellite

MAXWOOD Stelit

Stellite application is the latest trend in the treatment of cutting edges on saw blades. Stellite is a cobalt-chromium based alloy containing other elements. It is welded directly on the carrier belt in the place of a tooth tip and it forms a compact saw blade cutting edge. Compared to standard high speed steel, this saw blade is several times more resistant to blunting and therefore does not require frequent replacement or sharpening. The band is supplied sharp.
 


Use of stellite saw blades brings a number of benefits:

  • can be used for cutting for up to two shifts without changing or sharpening
  • stellite cutting edge creates the cutting channel which eliminates the need for setting of teeth
  • allows higher rate of feed to the cut
  • very fine roughness of the cut surface
  • possibility of cutting mainly tropical wood of the highest hardness

Tooth shape WM

Saw blade dimensions (mm) Tooth pitch (mm) Tooth face angle
width wall 22 25
32 0,9/1/1,1

Normally 10°.
Different angle
on demand.
35 1/1,1
38 0,9/1/1,1
40 0,9/1/1,1
50 0,9/1
60 1,1

Tooth shape PV/PCP

Saw blade dimensions (mm) Tooth pitch (mm) Tooth face angle
width wall 25 30 35 40
50 0,9/1/1,1

Normally 10°.
Different angle
on demand.
60 0,9/1/1,1
70 1/1,1


X-Cut

The newly developed saw blade, in combination with the implementation of hardened teeth and stellite represents a saw blade with outstanding performance at minimum pressure to cut.

X-Cut has following advantages:

  • High cutting performance
  • The surface quality of the cut
  • Ideal for soft and hard wood
  • Excellent price/performance ratio
  • Tooth setting is not necessary
  • Cutting time up to 4 hours.
     

Tooth shape WM

Saw blade dimensions (mm) Tooth pitch (mm) Tooth face angle
width wall 22
35 0,9/1/1,1/1,27 10°
38 0,9/1/1,1/1,27 10°
40 0,9/1/1,1/1,27 10°
50 0,9/1/1,1 10°
55 0,9/1/1,1 10°
60 1,1 10°

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