What is an alloy saw blade? Alloy saw blades are also called carbide saw blades. It is a circular saw blade that, after forming and heat treatment, cuts multiple teeth on a circular steel plate (substrate) and embeds a carbide tip into the teeth. Carbide saw blades are the most commonly used tools in the processing of wood products, and the quality of carbide saw blades is closely related to the quality of processed products. It is of great significance to use carbide saw blades correctly and reasonably to improve product quality, reduce processing cycles and reduce production costs. Carbide saw blades include the type of alloy cutter head, the material of the substrate, diameter, number of teeth, thickness, tooth shape, angle of view, diameter and other parameters that determine the processing ability and processing performance of the saw blade. When choosing a saw blade, it is necessary to correctly select the saw blade according to the type, thickness, sawing speed, sawing direction, feeding speed and sawing width of the sawing material. Alloy saw blade application regulations: 1. When working, the workpiece should be fixed, the profile positioning should conform to the direction of the tool, avoid abnormal entry, do not apply pressure or curve cutting, the tool should be stable, prevent the blade from being damaged and contact the workpiece, causing damage to the saw blade. Or the workpiece will fly out and cause an accident. 2. When working, if you find abnormal sound and vibration, rough cutting surface, or odor, you must stop working immediately, check in time, troubleshoot, and prevent accidents. 3. When starting and ending cutting, do not feed too fast to avoid broken teeth and damage. 4. When cutting aluminum alloys or other metals, special refrigeration lubricants should be used to prevent the saw blade from being damaged by overheating and sticking teeth, which will affect the cutting quality. 5. Equipment milling grooves and slag suction equipment ensure smoothness and prevent slag from accumulating and affecting production safety. 6. When cutting dry, please do not cut continuously for a long time, so as not to affect the service life and cutting effect of the saw blade; when cutting with a wet blade, water should be added to cut to prevent electricity leakage.

Post time: Aug-13-2022