Blades for Summa Tangential Machines - Edward Mathias & Co

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Blades for Summa Tangential Machines

Blades
Images shown are for identification only - they are not to scale.
These blades can be used in all Summa Tangential machines.
If you are unsure about which type/s you need you are welcome to call us on 01928 739799 or email: info@edwardmathias.com
SNV



        New - £20.00 + delivery & VAT
Exchange - £12.00 + delivery & VAT


For cutting most common materials

This is the type most commonly used in Summa Tangential machines and (with appropriate settings) can be used to cut most of the materials that the majority of users are ever likely to use.

Reserved for future use
SN4V



        New - £22.00 + delivery & VAT
Exchange - £14.00 + delivery & VAT

A double edged version of the SNV.

The second edge gives some extra strength behind the point and can reduce the tip chipping that can occur when cutting some very tough reflectives and materials with silica or metallic particles embedded wihin them.

Reserved for future use
SN4R



        New - £23.00 + delivery & VAT
Exchange - £15.00 + delivery & VAT

For cutting some thick materials.

Useful for cutting card and thick laminates.

Mainly used by Stonemasons for cutting sandblast materials

Reserved for future use
SN465



        New - £23.00 + delivery & VAT
Exchange - £15.00 + delivery & VAT

For cutting some thicker materials.
Useful for cutting card and thick laminates.

Mainly used by Stonemasons for cutting sandblast materials.

More fragile than SN4R so don't use this type unnecessarily.

Reserved for future use
SNSB

 
        New - £22.00 + delivery & VAT
Exchange - £14.00 + delivery & VAT

Similar to Summa's Sandblast blade.
Sometimes described as a 60 degree blade.

We make them for for resellers and those who particularly want them but most customers prefer the SN4R or SN465 because being double sided they are less fragile an less prone to tip chipping.

Reserved for future use
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We also make "specials" for cutting unusual materials.
To show them here is more likely to be confusing than constructive.
If you need to solve a cutting problem you are welcome to call us.
We can usually help.
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