How to choose a saw blade for cutting different materials?


When choosing the band saw blade, be sure to tell the manufacturer what material you are sawing. The manufacturer will choose whether to use bimetallic band saw blade or carbide band saw blade according to the softness and hardness of the material itself, section size, thickness and shape.

When using a band saw to cut materials, you should pay attention to the sawing chip thickness is very important, which is determined by the tooth profile of the saw blade, feed rate, first choose the appropriate band saw tooth profile, the different shapes of the sawtooth are designed according to the sawing material, common standard teeth: suitable for sawing small workpiece; Hook tooth: suitable for scrap removal long, good toughness material; Strong teeth and tensile teeth: suitable for sawing good toughness material, sawing load is larger; Turtleback teeth: suitable for heavy-duty sawing, high efficiency; Pipe teeth: suitable for cutting pipe, bundle sawing, etc.

Select fine tooth band saw when cutting hard and small workpiece, and choose coarse tooth band saw when cutting soft and large workpiece. In the current market, the most commonly used saw blade in enterprises is bimetallic band saw blade. Bimetallic band saw blade has the advantages of continuous cutting of various types of metal materials, with high wear resistance, high red rigidity, serrated teeth are not easy to break, long service life and so on.

If you need to saw the material hardness is very high, sawing difficulty, choose carbide band saw blade, carbide band saw blade hardness is particularly high, but special crisp, its toughness is not as good as bimetal band saw blade, if improper operation in use, it is easy to cause sharp wear or fracture of the serrations.


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