Susan DeJesus

Coordinadora de Ventas
Continental Pipe and Tube Cutoff Machines
325 S. Fairbanks St.
Addison, IL 60101
Rotary cutting blades

Tube and Pipe Fabrication | Articles | The Tube & Pipe Journal

4 Troubleshooting tips for rotary cutting made easy

June 12, 2007 | By Susan DeJesus

Following four specific guidelines for operating the rotary cutoff machine can help you avoid making simple mistakes in setup and operation that can cause downtime.

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Sawing | Articles | The FABRICATOR

Making the cut

April 10, 2003 | By Håkan Hellbergh, Susan DeJesus

Band sawing is the starting point for many tube and pipe fabricating operations, and it can help determine the throughput and profitability of your whole shop. Maximizing the productivity of tube or pipe cutoff requires a coordinated approach to saw blades, sawing machines, and your cutoff process.

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Tube and Pipe Fabrication | Articles | The FABRICATOR

Making the cut - Understanding rotary cutoff blades and extending blade life

May 1, 1999 | By Susan DeJesus

The rotary cutting process rotates a tube or pipe and cuts it with a rotating blade. The blades are beveled to various angles and produce a chamfered end on the workpiece. Selecting the right bevel angle is the key in getting an optimal combination of end finish and production rate. Proper alignment and clearance, the use of a lubricant, frequent inspections, and proper sharpening are the keys to long blade life.

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