Material: Progressor blades for metal cutting are often made from Bi-Metal. Bi-Metal blades combine High-Speed Steel (HSS) teeth with a flexible spring steel body. This construction provides both durability and flexibility for cutting through metal.
Tooth Design: Progressor blades feature a variable Teeth Per Inch (TPI) design. The TPI starts lower (coarser) at the base of the blade and increases (gets finer) towards the tip. This progressive tooth design allows for faster starts and smoother finishes in metal cutting applications.
Blade Length: Blade lengths can vary, but common lengths are usually longer than regular jigsaw blades, ranging from about 150mm (around 6 inches) to 300mm (around 12 inches). The longer length provides better reach and versatility.
Blade Type: These blades are designed for use in reciprocating or sabre saws. They come with a shank that fits into the chuck of the saw.
Cutting Style: Progressor blades for metal cutting are designed for both straight and curved cuts in various metal materials, including mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metals.
Working Material: These blades are specifically designed for cutting through metal materials, making them ideal for metalworkers, tradespeople, and DIY enthusiasts.
Ground and Milled Teeth: The teeth on progressor blades are often ground and milled to ensure efficient and precise cutting in metal.
Cooling and Lubrication: Some metal-cutting blades may have special coatings or designs to dissipate heat and reduce friction during the cutting process, helping to prevent overheating and extend blade life.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|