Standard Replacement Blade for Ideal MBM Triumph 4700,4705, 4810, 4815, 4850, 4860
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Standard Replacement Blade for Ideal MBM Triumph 4700,4705, 4810, 4815, 4850, 4860 (JH42216)
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This high quality Diamond Cut replacement cutting blade is designed to provide superior cutting performance and extended cutting life. Our razor sharp replacement paper cutter blades are manufactured to precise OEM specifications and will outperform similar blades from other manufacturers. It is always a good ideal to have an extra blade or knife on hand when you send your other blade out for sharpening or in case you need to replace a blade that has been repeatedly sharpened or has become nicked. This knife has a bi-metallic composition consisting of one part high alloy tool steel and one part standard grade steel. A special fusion process bonds these two together to produce a high quality knife at a great price.
Please Note, this replacement blade is only for models from 1995 or newer as they have 5 threaded holes, and not slots like the older models
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What is names of the steels used to make this blade? I purchased it at flea market and i will be forging it into smaller knives. A new hobby of mine. Thank you for your help.
Asked by Don Bruno
Per the manufacturer, the only info available is that they are made out of Solingen steel.
Answered by Mybinding.com
Asked by Stephanie
Thank you for your question. Replacement blades ship in a box affixed to a board for protection but it does not come with a carrying case.
Answered by MtBinding
Looking for replacement blade for Ideal 4850-95. Manual lists it as Nr. 9000 021. Does this blade qualify?
Asked by Bill
Thank you for your question. The Standard Replacement Blade for Ideal MBM Triumph 4700,4705, 4810, 4815, 4850, 4860 would work for your 4850-95 as long as it was made after 1995. The newer models use a blade that measures 22.444" long and has 5 threaded holes not the slots that the older models have. Double check the size and hole placement of your blade to be sure before ordering.
Answered by MyBinding