Amana Tool expands line of saw blades

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Farmingdale, N.Y. –  Amana Tool,  maker of  industrial-quality carbide-tipped and solid carbide cutting tools, is adding to the industrial wood-cutting saw blade line of its A.G.E. brand.  The new blades include a range of diameters and provide excellent performance when ripping and cross-cutting a variety of soft and hard woods.  A.G.E. blades are designed to be used in table saws or gang-rip saws and feature unique tooth geometry, special carbide grade and alternate top bevel (ATB) designs. 
 
The A.G.E. series  of wood-cutting blades are laser cut from virgin steel, then flattened, ground and tensioned.  Carbide tips are then brazed onto the blades, enabling smooth, accurate cutting.  The tips are made of a specially designed carbide grade that resists breakage and can be resharpened for increased value compared to abrasive cut-off wheels.  Each step in the manufacturing process is computer-controlled and monitored by sophisticated inspection equipment to assure the tightest tolerances and superior quality.

The new blades in the A.G.E. line range from 6-1/4” to 24” in diameter and provide industrial quality performance at affordable prices. In addition to wood-cutting blades, the A.G.E. line carries specialty blades for different applications including: aluminum, melamine, plastic, steel, solid surface, demolition and scoring blades.

To view or download an A.G.E. catalog, visit www.agecuttingtools.com

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