Provided are some troubleshooting tips when working with carbide-tipped sawblades.
Cutting & Grinding (Cutting Tools & Grinders)
A look at PCD, insert and carbide tooling.
It is a deceptively simple question. Do you need a custom woodworking tool or a standardized one? Here are some factors to consider when you begin exploring the difference between these two options; and the answer is not always a clean cut.
With many cutting tool options for industrial woodworking applications, could diamond-tipped solutions be right for you?
There are many theories in the industry on the best way to prolong fingerjoint cutting knives to have them produce a better chip load. There are just as many ways in practice that don’t follow the recommended guidelines too, like fewer teeth that can add life, but may also reduce output quality. Another approach is to compare the three types of fingerjoint cutting knives available for your wood production need: HSS, carbide and PCD (polycrystalline diamond). Beyond the investment for a 25x or up to 500x run rate, are there other advantages to consider that could be a reason to switch?
Correct tooling use can optimize your ROI.
When choosing a blade, here are a few things to consider: */ /*-->*/ 1 Diameter: This is measured from the furthest edge of one tip to the furthest edge of the tip directly opposite. Use the saw diameter the machine was designed for. Even if the material being cut doesn’t require the depth of cut you will get from the proper size blade, you want the rim speed attained by a full diameter blade.
The spindle is the heart of the machine. The following are some troubleshooting tips to ensure your machine is running at its optimum performance.
A brief look at some different types of wood tooling.
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.
By David Freund
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