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Designed for heavy duty cutting applications
Beveled edges are intended to reduce the likelihood of soft tissue damage as compared to non-beveled blades1
They also aid in the reduction of wear debris within the cutting block2
This is particularly evident with single use cutting blocks2
Concave tooth design stabilizes the blade by engaging fewer teeth at on time
This improves overall control of the saw3
Inner teeth feed bone chips into chip clearance area allowing for a more efficient cut
Constant blade thickness improves overall cut accuracy by having optimal fit in the cutting block. This reduces blade skive and increases blade stiffness by 30%4
All teeth engage bone at the same time. This causes the tendency for the blade to kick out during the cut.
Better control characteristic
Progressive engagement of cutting teeth. Reduces cutting force and kick out. Allows user better control of saw. Improved control allows faster cutting.
Concave shape creates a cutting face that keeps blade centered at all times and allows the smoothest cut possible. Fewer teeth engaged means blade does not grab or kick.
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- Denis O'Sullivan, Stryker
1. Reference TrS1805.051621 for soft tissue protection. Rounded edges added to blades to minimise tissue damage during procedures. 2. Reduction of wear debris covered e.g. F6113.062448, F6118.062414, F6125.062445, S1805.081088, S1805.080285 3. The stability claim is covered by ‘Whip’ tests such as F6113.062447, S1805.070630, F6118.062416, F6125.062444, S1805.081088 4. Increased stiffness for the majority of parts by 30% based on design calculation
SMACC 2021-28368 / SMACC 2021-28365