Die Pro Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades
STARRETT Die Pro Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades - Teeth Per Inch: 8-12/S   Blade Material: Bi-Metal   THICKNESS : .035   LENGTH : 150 Coils   Tooth Type: Variable

Die Pro Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades

Item #: 26-000-460
Length: 150' Coil Stock
Width: 1"
Teeth Per Inch: 8-12/S

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  • Can be used on both light-duty horizontal and vertical machines.
  • Suitable for contour and general purpose sawing, maintenance and toolrooms.
  • Excellent wear, heat, abrasion and shock resistance.
  • Long blade life and cutting efficiency.


  • Tool, die and mold steels, stainless steels.
  • Carbon steels.
  • Low alloy and non-ferrous materials.
  • Aluminum.
  • Coils are available in 100' (30m) lengths.


  • Available in a variety of variable and constant pitch configurations, with all widths 1/2" or less.
  • Resists heat, abrasion and shock, allowing faster cutting rates in a variety of materials.
  • Triple-tempered M-42 high speed steel teeth with 8% cobalt; HRc 67-69.
  • Utilizes bi-metal unique saw technology with the chip clearing.


  • All Band Saw Blades Are Custom Welded To Length & Are Not Returnable.


Select Sizes May Ship Direct From Factory & Normally Ships In 4-5 Business Days.Starrett Drop Ship Minimum Dollar Amount May Apply.
STARRETT Powerband Martrix II Bandsaw Blade Coil Stock
Product Specifications
Length 150' Coil Stock
Width 1"
Teeth Per Inch 8-12/S
Blade Material Bi-Metal
Application • Tool room, maintenance and production cutting.
Industry Standard Die Pro
Packing Coil Stock Case
Prop. 65 Yes
Tool Material M42 Bi-Metal
Thickness .035"
Tooth Shape Straight (zero) rake
Tooth Type Variable
Type Die Pro Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades
Weight 20 lbs.
Workpiece Material Tool , Die & Mold Steels, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steels, Low Alloy & Non-Ferrous Materials
Shipping Restrictions UPS SHIP (DROP SHIP ITEM)
Prop 65 Warning Many metalworking products do contain metals that are included in the latest Prop 65 warning. Exposure to the elements can be harmful. May cause cancer and reproductive harm.