Challenge Titan 200 Replacement Blades
- Blade Type: Standard inlay (INL) or High speed steel (HSS)
- Compatible Equipment: Challenge Titan 200 Cutter
- Blade Material: 50% High Alloy Steel / 50% Standard Grade Steel (INL) or 50% High Speed Steel (18% Tungsten) / 50% Standard Grade Steel (HSS)
- Exceeds OEM factory specifications and officially Diamond Cut® for extreme precision and longevity
- Free Shipping $75+
Replacing the knife on your Challenge Machinery Titan 200 cutter is very important to ensure you are always getting the cleanest and most accurate cut, without straining and wearing down the machine. With extensive experience with these products, you can feel comfortable buying blades for the Challenge Machinery Titan 200 online. The high quality Diamond Cut® blades for the Titan 200 are made to exceed OEM factory specifications when combined with our Blade Saver® cutting sticks, ensuring precision cuts. We offer a variety of blades not listed here, so please contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for.
|Manufacturer||Jayhawk Plastics Inc.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||KN31780 KN31780HSS|
|Size||23.75 x 3 x 0.375|
|Compatible Equipment||Challenge Titan 200 Cutter*|
|Blade Holes||4 Holes|
|Shipping Weight (lbs)||10|
Replacing the knife on your Challenge Machinery Titan 200 cutter is very important to ensure you are always getting the cleanest and most accurate cut, without straining and wearing down the machine. The power of the electric and hydraulic systems will push even a dull blade through your stack, but when a dull blade is used the machine works much harder and will wear down quicker. An easy and fairly inexpensive way to keep your cutter performing at its peak for years to come is to frequently replace your blade.
You can feel comfortable ordering your Challenge replacement blades from BUY101. The blades are high quality Diamond Cut® and are made to exceed OEM factory specifications when combined with our Blade Saver® cutting sticks, ensuring precision cuts. We offer a variety of blades not listed here, so please contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for.
*Please note: Cutter manufacturers have been known to make changes to their cutters over time, while keeping the same model name and number. At times, the blade specifications may change without our knowledge. To make sure the blade listed is correct for your machine, compare the measurements listed on BUY101 to the measurements of your current blade. If they are not exactly the same, please call us at (866)537-2244 and we will help determine what blade your machine requires.
|Standard Inlay Blades (INL)||High Speed Steel Blades (HSS)|
| Bi-metallic composition consisting of one part high alloy tool
steel and one part standard grade steel. A special fusion
process bonds these two grades of steel together to produce
a high quality knife at an economical price.
| Bi-metallic composition consisting of one part high speed steel with
18% Tungsten, and one part standard grade steel. They are built
to offer incredible strength for a very long blade life, lasting up to
5 times longer than conventional blades.
How to Change the Blade on Challenge Titan 200 Cutter
We're doing a blade change on the Titan 200 cutter. Your first step is to loosen your quarter twenty screws up above the blade; all the way out. Once those are out of your way, you loosen your first slotted screw and remove. Your second slat, and ... Read More
We're doing a blade change on the Titan 200 cutter. Your first step is to loosen your quarter twenty screws up above the blade; all the way out. Once those are out of your way, you loosen your first slotted screw and remove. Your second slat, and remove. This is where your knife handles will be screwed. Make sure they're good and snug so your blade doesn't slide; keeps you safe. Once they're tight, take out the rest of your blade screws. To get the blade out and remove it, loosen your handles while still holding pressure up, and then bring your knife down. Pull your knife out.
Now you've got your blade out, you will loosen the two bolts on your scabbard knife carrier; pull the screws. Dump the blade out, try not touch it - these blades are extremely sharp. Put in the dull blade. Put your handles into the new blade that you're going to put in the machine. Push it back. Insert the two bolts back into the carrier. Make sure that your screws are tight for shipping purposes.
To install the new blade, start low on the right hand side with your left end up. Be very careful not to chip the edge of your blade. Slide it into the carrier. Make sure you're all the way up to the top and tighten your handles tight to make sure they're not going to slip. And then insert your blade screws. Remove the handles. Insert the last 2 remaining screws, keep them snug. Not overly tight, but snug; you do not want your blade to slide in this position. Now your blade is in, you are going to want to flip your cut stick or put a new cut stick in. Here I flipped it to a clean side. And you're ready to go.
For more information on the Titan 200 cutter, visit Binding101.com or call the number on your screen.
Frequent Asked Questions
We offer a huge selection of replacement paper cutter knives that are not listed directly on our website. Just give us a call at (866)537-2244 and have your current cutter manufacturer, model name, model number, and blade specifications (dimensions, material, holes/slots) handy so we can find you exactly what you need.