Blades for Abrasive Cutters

LONG LASTING BLADES FOR YOUR ABRASIVE CUTTERS

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Blades for Abrasive Cutters

Achieve efficient cutting with extended lifetime and minimal surface deformation using Buehler’s performance-proven abrasive blades, ranging from 9″ [229mm] to 18″ [457mm]. Our full line of blades for abrasive cutters includes both rubber bonded and resin bonded blades for high quality cutting. If you have an orbital cutting machine or would like to cut more delicate samples, we also offer orbital and precision blades for your abrasive cutter.

Fast and Efficient

Choose Buehler’s large selection of blades for fast cutting and high quality sectioning results in your sample preperation process.

NEW Premium Resin Abrasive Blades

​​​​​​​Buehler’s new abrasive blades provide extended lifetime so you can spend less time changing blades and lower your blades budget.

These new blades cut a full range of metallic materials and last up to 3 times longer than other abrasive blades in the market. You can rely on the consistency of the blades while the longevity leads to fewer blade changeovers.

Choosing Rubber Bonded vs. Resin Bonded Blades

While rubber bonded blades produce a great quality cut, they can emit a burnt odor while cutting. Resin bonded blades are a great alternative to reduce odor during cutting process while achieving a similar great performace.

Abrasive Blades

Buehler’s abrasive blades quickly section through samples, adding efficiency to your process. Buehler offers both rubber and resin abrasive blades to meet your sectioning needs.

AcuThin® Blades

AcuThin Blades

Choose our AcuThin series thin blades when you need a more precise cut with less surface damage and a thinner section of sample material removed. These rubber bond blades allow for delicate abrasive sectioning.

Orbital Blades

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Our offering includes blades specialized for orbital cutters which also work well with other abrasive saws. These rubber bonded blades are available for ferrous and non-ferrous materials, superalloys, and more.

Diamond Blades

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If traditional abrasive blades are not delicate enough for your needs, turn to our Diamond blade offerings for abrasive machines, especially when cutting very hard and brittle materials.

Abrasive Blades

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Buehler’s abrasive blades quickly section through samples, adding efficiency to your process. Buehler offers both rubber and resin abrasive blades to meet your sectioning needs.

NEW Premium Resin Abrasive Blades

​​​​​​​Buehler’s new abrasive blades provide extended lifetime so you can spend less time changing blades and lower your blades budget.

These new blades cut a full range of metallic materials and last up to 3 times longer than other abrasive blades in the market. You can rely on the consistency of the blades while the longevity leads to fewer blade changeovers.

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What size abrasive blades do you recommend to use with the new AbrasiMet L?

The 12in and 14in premium abrasive blades are perfect to use with Buehler’s new AbrasiMet L.

Buehler Cool 3 Fluid is recommended for most applications.

HRC (Hardness, Rockwell C) is a measure of difficulty in cutting, the higher this number the softer the blade bond.

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