Tuning Circular Carbide-Tipped Saw Blades

November 2010
Metal Center News;Nov2010 Supplement, p7
Trade Publication
The article discusses the impact of saw blade vibration on the effectiveness of the sawing process. It notes that vibration tends to be more severe with blades that are thinner and larger in diameter and occurs when the blade is spinning idly before it enters the cut and may damage the carbide teeth. It offers information on the ways in modifying saw blades to reduce vibration by adjusting the number and thickness of the blade body and through a computerized tension checking machines.


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