Press Release Summary:
Morse Metal Devil(TM) is offered in sizes from 5 3/8-14 in. diameter to fit cordless and corded saws. Metallurgy of tungsten and titanium carbide cutting tips virtually eliminates sparks during cutting and minimizes transfer of heat to material being cut. Blades used for cutting steel and thin steel have 0Â° rake, while blades for cutting softer aluminum, stainless steel, and wood have more forward, positive rake angle and more aggressive tooth shape.
Original Press Release:
New Metal-Cutting Circular Saw Blade Speeds Cutting of Steel, Thin Steel and Aluminum
CANTON, OH - The M.K. Morse Company has introduced a new metal-cutting circular saw blade that cuts through steel as easily as traditional saw blades cut through soft pine 2x4's. The Morse Metal Devil combines unique metallurgy and a special tooth configuration to cut metal faster, cleaner and cooler than was previously possible. In tests it cut through 6"xl/4" steel plate in an average of less than 12 seconds and 2"x2-1/4" angle iron in less than 6 seconds. The Morse Metal Devil(TM) is available in a wide range of sizes from 5-3/8" diameter to 14" diameter to fit both cordless and corded saws. The unique metallurgy of the tungsten and titanium carbide cutting tips virtually eliminates sparks during cutting and minimizes the transfer of heat to the material being cut. As a result cut parts remain cool to the touch reducing the wait time required to handle parts between cuts. The Morse Metal Devil(TM) works well in most professional quality saws, but reaches its full potential when mounted on special metal-cutting circular saws now available from a variety of manufacturers including The M.K. Morse Company. The blade comes in five basic configurations for cutting steel, aluminum, thin steel, stainless steel and wood. The basic difference between each blade is the number of teeth as well as the shape and rake angle of the teeth. Blades used for cutting steel and thin steel have 0° rake and a robust tooth shape. Blades used for cutting softer aluminum, stainless steel and wood have a more forward, positive rake angle and a more aggressive tooth shape. A special CD showing the Morse Metal Devil(TM) cutting a number of materials ranging from steel plate to thin metal studs is available from The M.K. Morse Company. To order a copy of the CD, or to obtain more information on the Morse Metal Devil write The M.K Morse Company, P.O. Box 3677, Canton, OH 44711, call Toll-free 1-866-SAW-METAL (729-6382) or visit www.metaldevil.com. The Morse Metal Devil(TM) is the latest in a long line of high-productivity metal-cutting tools from The M.K. Morse Company. The company is well known for it's high-durability line of Master Cobalt(TM) reciprocating saw blades, hole saws, and portable band saw blades. In addition The M.K. Morse Company offers The Real McCoy(TM) Hole Saws, Independence(TM) industrial band saw blades as well as M42 and Matrix II bi-metal industrial band saw blades and carbon band saw blades. The M.K. Morse Company is celebrating it's 40th Anniversary year in 2003 while continuing to develop longer lasting, high quality saw blades and power tool accessories for professional contractors and industrial users, alike. For more information on the company write The M.K. Morse Company, P.O. Box 8677, Canton, OH 44711, call (800) 733-3377 or (330) 453-8187, or visit www.mkmorse.com.