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Disco Sierra FORREST DH12807125 Duraline HI A / T 12 x 80T

Modelo 00OMVJQ8
Fabricante o sello FORREST
Peso 1.54 Kg.
Precio:   $42,129.00
Si compra hoy, este producto se despachara y/o entregara entre el 07-06-2020 y el 15-06-2020
Descripción
-Titulo Original : Forrest Dh12807125 Duraline Hi-a/t 12-inch 80 Tooth 1-inch Arbor .125-inch Kerf Melimine & Plywood Cutting Circular Saw Blade

-Fabricante :

Forrest

-Descripcion Original:

Dura-Line cutting circular saw blade offer a superior cut that leaves a rip-cut saw edge // The blades run very quietly, and backside tearout in plywood is negligible // Each blade is virtually hand-made; used for melamine and plywood cutting // Blade has longer life span 50 to 300 percent between sharpenings, also it improved labor efficiency // This 80 tooth saw blade measures 12 inches in size, kerf measures 0.125 inches in size // Dura line melamine and plywood cutting circular saw blade offer a superior cut that leaves a rip-cut saw edge // The blades run very quietly, and backside tear out in plywood is negligible // Size: From the Manufacturer Forrest's blades offer a superior cut that leaves a rip-cut saw edge that is as smooth as if it had been sanded, and a cross-cut edge that is almost mark-free. The blades run very quietly, and backside tearout in plywood is negligible. Each blade is virtually hand-made. The plate is hand-tensioned (up to 15 minutes per blade), superior C-4 carbide teeth are hand-brazed to the plate, and the blade is straightened and restraightened multiple times throughout the process. Think of a Forrest blade as a tool in your shop, not an accessory. Forrest stands behind it's blades by offering a sharpening service that bring blades back to the exact tolerances offered in a new blade. And this same exacting service is available for other manufacturer's blades as well, so they should come back better than new. Recommended for: thin, low pressure, two-sided laminates, plywood & fine cross cutting on all woods. Eliminates need for a small scoring saw blade on table saw work. The 40° points slice through thin bottom layers with no tears or chips. Reduced yearly sharpening costs - less machine downtime.
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