Precision Band Saws Work Like Machining Centers

November 2009
Metal Center News;Nov2009 Cutting Edge, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on servo-driven ball-screw technology as means for a more cost-effective material processing. It notes that sawing and cutting are the two areas which are being examined in search of savings. It mentions that servo-driven ball screws provides greater accuracy and dependency compared to conventional hydraulics in the latest band saw machines. It adds that band saws are now considered as vital pieces of equipment in the fabrication and manufacturing processes.


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