The sawing technology area has enough depth to cover more than just band and circular sawing machines. It has information on blade selection and use, lubricant selection, and sawing safety.
October 11, 2005
Planning an offline band sawing system can be complicated because it can affect, and is affected by, many interrelated factors. Breaking it down to infeed, sawing, and outfeed helps to frame the planning by breaking it down to three subprocesses. Furthermore, answering 15 pertinent questions can help you tailor an efficient sawing operation to your specific facility and sawing applications.
September 13, 2005
Tru-Cut Saw Inc. offers its Aggressor line of thin-kerf, carbide-tipped saw blades for cutting tube, pipe, and solid ferrous materials in flying cutoff and recutting applications.Available with...
August 9, 2005
ITW Rocol North America's Accu-Lube 9045 nozzle is designed for large circular saw blades from 30 in. to 120 in. in diameter.The nozzle attaches to a three-pump applicator system and applies lubricant...
June 14, 2005
Many metal fabricators, machine manufacturers, welding repair shops, and steel service centers encounter unique metal separation problems, particularly with band sawing. They often have to cut a variety of metal grades, shapes, and sizes with only a few band saw machines.
December 7, 2004
Usually no more than 30 to 60 minutes are needed to do all of the necessary checks and maintenance on band saws. This is a small investment of time in relation to the cost savings that can be attained by maximizing the life of the machine and blade.
October 12, 2004
The L.S. Starrett Co. has introduced the Gladiator™ line of production cutting bimetal band saw blades suitable for a variety of metals and applications.The blades feature bimetal construction...
August 10, 2004
LENOX® has introduced the HRc line of carbide-tipped band saw blades designed to cut highly abrasive materials, such as case-hardened materials, steel-belted tires, railroad track, and...