Starrett Company

121 Crescent St
Athol,  MA  01331-1915

United States
978-249-3551
http://www.starrett.com
  • Booth: B7737


 Press Releases

  • The L.S. Starrett Co. (http://www.starrett.com), a leading global manufacturer of saw blades, precision measuring tools and gages, metrology systems and more, will be showing its latest band saw blade solutions, including Versatix™ MP bi-metal band saw blades, at FABTECH 2018 in Starrett Booth, No. B7737, located in the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta GA, November 6 - 8. A new web-based PowerCalc program to determine the correct Starrett Hole Saw, operating speeds, and power tool or machine for the application at hand will also be demonstrated.

    Among the company's broad range of band saw blades, Starrett will be highlighting its Versatix™ MP bi-metal band saw blades featuring triple-tempered, high-speed M-42 cobalt steel teeth with an alloy steel backing strip. The blade has a patented tooth design that dissipates stress during cutting, reducing tooth breakage and increasing blade life. In addition, its special tooth set minimizes pinching making it ideal for cutting structurals and bundles.

    Versatix™ MP band saw blades include an exclusive Starrett technology called bi-metal unique®.  Starrett bi-metal unique joins two strips of high-speed steel wires to the backing steel using Solid-State Diffusion Bonding. Instead of a single wire welded to the outside of a steel backer, this process bonds two strips of high-speed steel to each side of the top edge of the steel backer, using intense heat and pressure. The bonding area between the backer and the high-speed steel is increased 170% over conventional electron beam or laser welding processes. This new process creates a stronger, longer lasting blade.

    A new web-based Hole Saw PowerCalc program determines which bi-metal, carbide tipped, diamond grit or arbored hole saw is best suited for an application. Input parameters include specifying the material to be cut, and the hole diameter and thickness. Printable results display the Starrett hole saw item number with a link to the product, as well as a recommendation for the proper operating speeds and power tool or saw machine.

    Starrett offers a wide range of band saw blades including Bi-Metal for cutting a variety of ferrous and non-ferrous materials, and Carbide Tipped, which are ideal for cutting extremely hard, abrasive materials. Band saw blades coated with Carbide Grit and Diamond Grit cut abrasive materials with precision, producing an excellent finish. Other saw products include Hole Saws, Jig and Reciprocating Blades, Hacksaw Blades and Portable Band Saw Blades. A complete line of Carbon Blades are also available for horizontal and vertical machines with manual or gravity feed. The Starrett team of saw experts can help select the right saw blade, set up band saw machines, and help customers maximize their sawing operation.

    About The L.S. Starrett Company

    Founded in 1880 and headquartered in Athol, MA U.S.A., The L.S. Starrett Company (http://www.starrett.com) is a leading global manufacturer of precision measuring tools and gages, optical comparators and vision systems and force and hardness testing solutions. Starrett also manufactures laser measurement systems, custom engineered granite solutions, custom gaging, band saw blades, power tool accessory saw blades, workshop tools and jobsite tools. The Starrett brand is recognized throughout the world for exceptional quality and precision. Skilled personnel, superior products, manufacturing expertise, innovation and excellent service and support have earned Starrett its reputation as the "World's Greatest Toolmakers". Starrett has over 1,600 employees worldwide and annual sales exceeding $200 million. The company has six manufacturing locations in the U.S.A., including facilities in Massachusetts, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Minnesota and California. Starrett also has three international manufacturing facilities. Plants are located in Brazil, Scotland and China, in addition to distribution centers and offices located worldwide. The L.S. Starrett Company is publicly traded on the NYSE, symbol SCX.

    For more information, visit www.starrett.com or contact The L.S. Starrett Company, 121 Crescent Street, Athol, MA  01331 U.S.A.  Telephone: (978) 249-3551, Fax: (978) 249-8495, email: general@starrett.com, internet: (http://www.starrett.com)


 Products

  • Starrett Band Saw Blades & Hole Saw PowerCalc Pgm
    Starrett Versatix™ MP bi-metal band saw blades feature triple-tempered, high-speed M-42 cobalt steel teeth with an alloy steel backing strip. A new PowerCalc program determines the correct Starrett Hole Saw, operating speeds, and power tool or machine. ...
     

  • The L.S. Starrett Co. will be showing its latest band saw blade solutions, including Versatix™ MP bi-metal band saw blades. A new web-based PowerCalc program to determine the correct Starrett Hole Saw, operating speeds, and power tool or machine for the application at hand will also be demonstrated.

    Starrett will be highlighting its Versatix™ MP bi-metal band saw blades featuring triple-tempered, high-speed M-42 cobalt steel teeth with an alloy steel backing strip. The blade has a patented tooth design that dissipates stress during cutting, reducing tooth breakage and increasing blade life. In addition, its special tooth set minimizes pinching making it ideal for cutting structurals and bundles.

    A new web-based Hole Saw PowerCalc program determines which bi-metal, carbide tipped, diamond grit or arbored hole saw is best suited for an application. Input parameters include specifying the material to be cut, and the hole diameter and thickness. Printable results display the Starrett hole saw item number with a link to the product, as well as a recommendation for the proper operating speeds and power tool or saw machine.

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