Price And Quantity
- 5 Piece
- 25 INR/Piece
- Shiny Black
- Box cutting
- Used in corrugated auto plant
- Cash Advance (CA), Cash in Advance (CID), Cheque
- 1000 Piece Per Month
- 2 Days
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- Australia, Central America, South America, North America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa
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A cutting tool constructed of tungsten carbide is referred to as a tungsten carbide thin blade. Tungsten carbide is a tough and long-lasting material that is widely utilised in many industries due to its remarkable cutting and wear-resistant capabilities. Blades made of tungsten carbide are renowned for their extreme strength, high hardness, and capacity to keep their edge for an extended period of time.
Typically, the phrase "thin blade" refers to a blade's narrow profile or thickness. When precision cutting or fine cuts are necessary, such as in the manufacture of medical equipment, electronics, or other types of machinery, thin blades are frequently utilised.
Thin blades made of tungsten carbide provide a number of benefits over blades made of conventional steel. Since they are more resistant to wear, they can maintain their cutting edge for extended periods of time, lowering the frequency of blade replacements. The exceptional hardness of tungsten carbide blades enables them to cut through a variety of materials, including plastics, metals, composites, and even some abrasive or difficult ones.
Depending on the intended application, the precise design and arrangement of tungsten carbide thin blades can change. Different edge geometries, such as bevelled, serrated, or straight edges, may be included on the blades to enhance cutting performance for particular materials or cutting needs.
It's important to remember that tungsten carbide blades can be more brittle than steel blades, despite their high level of durability and ability to resist difficult cutting jobs. Tungsten carbide blades should be handled and used carefully to prevent chipping or fractures.
In general, tungsten carbide narrow blades are prized for their toughness, longevity, and ability to cut precisely. They are frequently employed in tasks that call for precise, clean cuts and long-lasting performance.
200x122x1.2 - Tungsten Carbide
200x122x1.2 - Steel
260x158x1.3- With 8 Hole - Tungsten Carbide
260x158x1.3- With 8 Hole - Steel
260x158x1.3 - Without Hole - Tungsten Carbide
293x203.5x1.5 - Steel
All above sizes are in ready stock