DRUMMONDVILLE, Québec – De nouveaux outils pour la transformation du bois massif, dont un produit inscrit aux IWF Challengers Awards, seront exposés par Peak Toolworks au Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO). L'événement de trois jours aura lieu du 27 au 29 octobre au Centrexpo Cogeco.
DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec – New tooling for processing solid wood, including a product entered for the IWF Challengers Awards, will be displayed by Peak Toolworks at Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO). The three-day event takes place Oct. 27-29 at the Centrexpo Cogeco.
With many cutting tool options for industrial woodworking applications, could diamond-tipped solutions be right for you?
To understand why polycrystalline diamond (PCD) is used to cut wood, you have to forget about what is being cut and concentrate on how it is being cut. The speed and accuracy that is needed in the manufacturing process of today are what force the use of diamond. While carbide is measured in cubic millimeters of material removed and we evaluate stone and concrete cutting in terms of inches per minute feed rates, woodworking is discussed in terms of cubic yards per minute of material removed and thousands of feet per minute feed rates.
Diamond tooling is growing in popularity for woodworking applications. Here are some of the frequently asked questions woodworkers have about when and how to use this tooling technology.