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MORSE BI-METAL WOOD BANDSAW BLADE 2235 MM (88")-19 MM (3/4")-0.035-10/14 TPI

Morse Bi-Metal Wood Bandsaw Blade 2235 Mm (88")-19 Mm (3/4")-0.035-10/14 Tpi Morse Bi-Metal Wood Bandsaw Blade 2235 Mm (88")-19 Mm (3/4")-0.035-10/14 Tpi

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2235 MM (88")-19 MM (3/4")-0.035-10/14 TPI



Manufactured with Special high speed steel teeth edges and attached to a Special alloy steel backer. The result is a Bi-Metal material that provides higher heat and wear resistance for longer life than a standard Carbon Steel blade, up to ten times longer in some situations, making it more cost effective than a carbon blade. Teeth can be resharpened for longer tooth life. QuikSilver® B blades are ideal wood cutting blades suitable for wood production, large workshop and keen hobbyist.     




Manufactured in Morse’s advance manufacturing plant in the USA. Featuring annealed welds to prevent brittleness. These industrial blades have a minimum gauge of 0.025 mm which increases to 0.042 as the width as the blade increases (unlike inferior quality blades using 0.014 mm), this result in a blade that consistently cuts straighter and for longer due to its hardened tooth tips. 


Features & Benefits


  • General purpose blades ideal for cutting wood
  • MTX’s Bi Metal construction provides longer blade life than Carbon Steel, up to ten times longer in the right condition.
  • High heat and wear resistance increase blade life.
  • Good value on light to medium production and maintenance applications
  • Handle bundles and stacked pieces Moderate cost-per blade/low cost per cut




Production wood cutting, general purpose wood, furniture. Carbon steels, composition board, cork, graphite, low alloy steels, non-ferrous, brass, bronze, aluminium, plastic,

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How To Select The Correct TPI


Tooth Selection Guide


Having the correct number of Teeth Per Inch (T.P.I.) is very important!

Too fewer teeth and the teeth will break off, too many and the tooth gullets will become too full, this will:-

1. Reduce the blade life.

2. Cause inaccurate, uneven, rough cuts.

All of which can, again end up being very expensive.


A good guideline is:- A Min of 3, max of 24, ‘sweet spot’ of 6 to 12 teeth in the work piece at any one time.

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