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Wood-Mizer is ready to add Bi-Metal blades to their already wide selection of sawmill blades

Wood-Mizer is ready to add Bi-Metal blades to their already wide selection of sawmill blades This new material is designed to be a blade that delivers high performance for production wood cutting. Longer sawing life is possible due to the Rc hardness of 67 on the tooth edge, especially while cutting abrasive and exotic wood species. The high alloy backing material of the blade offers a combination of durability and fatigue resistance, enabling multiple sharpenings for the life of the blade.

Wood-Mizer’s Bi-metal blade offering covers a wide range of cutting applications and species. Blades come factory-set and are delivered "ready-to-cut" right out of the box. These new blades can also be sharpened with Wood-Mizer’s line of CBN sharpeners for extended life and optimal cost effectiveness.

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