Leitz Says Its Saw Blades Minimize Tear Out
July 30, 2015 | 5:02 pm UTC
Photo By Leitz Tooling Systems
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Leitz Tooling says its “Premium” line of horizontal panel saw blades includes laser ornaments in the blade body filled with a special polymer for the maximum in vibration damping and accuracy.
Premium blades are ideal for expensive or delicate materials, including laminated particleboard and MDF, as well as veneered panels. They allow users to achieve a level of chip-free, no tear-out finish quality, you won’t find with any blade not stamped with the Leitz logo.
Because of their superior engineering, Premium blades are much quieter than standard blades, reducing overall plant noise and contributing to greater employee safety and satisfaction.
Leitz, with U.S. operations headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, and worldwide operations managed from Oberkochen, Germany, is a leader in high-technology engineering and manufacturing of precision tooling and systems for machining wood, plastics and advanced composites. In addition to Grand Rapids, the company has U.S. service centers in Archdale, NC, Garland, TX, San Bernardino, CA and Kent, WA.
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