How Do I Use A Diamond Band Saw?
A diamond band saw is a device used to cut a variety of materials. Until today, it remains to be the choice for machining jobs and diamond-cutting
applications. With diamond as its blade, the band saw can cut with precision hard materials such as ceramic, concrete, glass, brick and stones like
marble and granite, and of course, diamond.
This blade grinds the material, unlike the other blades which cut through. But it can also cut most hard plastics. Some band saws that use diamond as
a blade are used to crop and slice monocrystalline silicon ingots.
This saw blade also has rectangular teeth containing diamond crystals to make them extra tough. These saws are manufactured by a special
technology with the stainless steel metal for optimal cycle movement, and the special diamond abrasives.
This band saw can deliver results in high speed and can endure long and smooth cutting surface of wafers. In band sawing, the process uses a
flexible, toothed blade welded into a band. The band rides on wheels that are driven by two pulleys. The wheels are also guided through the work cut
off or contour.
The blade is diamond-coated accomplished through electroplating. Electroplating is a process in which an electrical current entrusts the coating onto
the blade, producing a hard and brittle Ni matrix that keeps the gem in place. In turn, it allows the precise cutting on a variety of materials.
All d-band saw blades are custom-manufactured to best meet your exact needs and application requirements. Also, the blades are custom fit for a
specific material to be cut.
The blades are also used to cut silicon igots. They are also used in carbide, pyrex, carbon or graphite and masonry materials. The band saws require
special set up in order to function well. In addition, for them to last longer, they should be given proper care.
Caring for the band saw and its blade is the key to having a continuous efficient performance. Even when the blades are made to last, they should still
require exceptional care