TCT Circular Saw Blades Cemented Carbide Selection


Posted January 22, 2021 by jeejatools

When we use TCT circular saw blades , we use them in strict accordance with the specifications, so that the saw blade can exert its best performance.
 
When we use TCT circular saw blades , we use them in strict accordance with the specifications, so that the saw blade can exert its best performance.
Pay attention to the working conditions of the saw blade at any time. If there are abnormalities such as vibration, noise, and material removal on the processing surface, it must be stopped in time for adjustment and timely grinding to maintain peak profit. The sharpening of the saw blade must not change its original angle to avoid local sudden heating and cooling of the blade. It is best to ask for professional sharpening. Saw blades that are not used for the time being should be hung vertically to avoid laying them flat for a long time, not to mention piles of objects on them and the blades should be protected from a collision.
Commonly used types of cemented carbide are tungsten-cobalt (code YG) and tungsten-titanium (code YT). Because tungsten-cobalt-based cemented carbide has better impact resistance, it is more widely used in the wood processing industry. The commonly used model in wood processing is YG8-YG15. The number after YG indicates the percentage of cobalt content. As the cobalt content increases, the impact toughness and bending strength of the alloy will increase, but the hardness and wear resistance will decrease. Choose according to the actual situation.
The choice of the extra long wood drill bit is the same, and the choice is based on the actual situation.www.jeejatools.com
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Last Updated January 22, 2021