Band Saw Design Extends Blade Life

October 2007
Metal Center News;Fall2007 Supplement, Vol. 47, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the band saw design characteristics which affect the life of the blade. These characteristics include factors like machine rigidity, blade length, blade twist, wheel diameter, wheel pitch, blade tension, blade guide arm, band guides, and downfeed control. Further discussion on these factors are provided.


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