What Cutting Machine ARE YOU CURRENTLY Using?
Understanding the lowering equipment that you’re using takes on a substantial role in selecting the right Diamond Blade for the device. It is vital to match the RPM of the chopping machine to the diameter of the Diamonds Blade. Working the blade at an increased than recommended rate would not merely adversely impact the integrity of the blade and the machine, but this may also position the user’s life in danger. Before using any Gemstone Blade, make sure the Blade Shaft (Arbour) Rate is within the utmost limit of this blade.
Cutting Machines well suited for Diamond Blades:
Tile / Masonry Found
Hand-held Cutting Noticed
Gas / ELECTRIC Cut off Saw
What Size Blade Do You Need?
Gem Blades are engineered to work on specific clipping responsibilities and are classified into various sizes, relationship mix, and advantage types. These specs determine which type of Gem Blade can be used on a machine as well as the chopping surface. This will not only help in getting the best performance from your Gem Blade but avoid creating any integral harm to the Blade or the lowering machine.
First of all, it’s important to pair the right size Diamond Blade with the cutting equipment. Another main factor to note is the Grit Size of the Cutting tool. Gem Grit Size or Mesh Size is generally identified with regards to the speed you intend to operate the chopping machine and the surface material. High Mesh Sizes mean fine grits, and low amounts point out coarse grits. The Gem Mesh Size in a cutting blade also immediately relates to the amount of crystals per carat and the free chopping capacity for the Gem Tool. The smaller the mesh size, the bigger the gemstone crystals, while a more substantial mesh size means smaller diamond jewelry.
Finer Mesh Size Diamond jewelry such as 220 and 320 grit are much smaller in proportions than coarser precious stone particles. This will provide you with a very simple surface surface finish, with minimal chipping throughout the edges. Within the constructions business, tradies normally favor courser Diamonds particles or a Grit Size of #20 to #60 for masonry, concrete, and natural stone reducing, while a medium Gem Grit Size of #80 to #220 is suitable for ceramic, porcelain, A glass, and other brittle materials. An excellent Gem Grit Size of #240 to #400 is utilized for extremely simple slicing, polishing, and grinding. All OX Tools, we identify exact grit sizes on all our Gemstone Blades, so that you pick up only the right OX Diamonds Blade for your specific cutting requirement.
What is the application form?
Diamond Blades can be utilized in both wet and dry reducing applications. While dry-cutting blades could be utilized with or without water, wet-cutting blades require a constant normal water flow to be able to operate seamlessly. Using a wet-blade without normal water or a cooling agent wouldn’t normally only cause the blade carrying out poorly but it will damage the edge.
Dry Saw Diamond Blades should be utilized only for shallow or step reducing, only 2 inches profound. When working with dry-blades, make sure you allow the edge to cool periodically, as this could keep the cutting tool from over-heating which can shorten its life or hamper the performance of the edge.
Wet saw rotor blades are a few of the trusted Diamond Blades over the industry. As the regular flow of normal water cools the knife, it reduces heat build-up and extends the life span of the cutting tool. Water also dampens cutting lines and eliminates dust emanating from the chopping surface. Wet-cutting is necessary when utilizing a concrete-cutting chainsaw.
What’s the Lowering Surface with OX Tools?
When it comes down to choosing which Diamond Blade should be used for a job, it is focused on the material that you will be cutting. Choosing the right Gem Blade for the work is essential to both life and performance of your Blade. Although most Diamonds Blades are made to cut a variety of materials, it is limited by the hardness and thickness of the materials and as such this will be your primary deciding factor when sourcing the Gemstone Blade necessary for the job.
Materials hardness is measured by different scales, for example, the Mohs test for hardness. With this hardness range at heart, the edge should be matched as meticulously as is feasible. Another concern to ensure endurance from your Stone Cutter is the thickness of the materials. The thicker the material the more important it is to use adequate coolant and/or drinking water pressure to get the required cut without hampering the performance of the Stone Blade.
Quality and Brand Value
High-quality Diamond Rotor blades not only outperform at lowering responsibilities but are also safer and cost-effective. At OX Tools, quality is first rate and that idea trickles right down to every product that comes out of the OX Research and Development team. We use only the best possible quality of diamond jewelry in the creation of Diamond Blades that are powered by state-of-the-art laser beam technology for performance and safe practices. The cutter cores of the OX Gem Blades are made using high-quality material, are precision built, ground and solidified, so you will have a cutting-edge performance driven blade.