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What are Coldsaw Machines?
As anyone with experience in machine cutting can tell you, one of the biggest troubles is that blades can overheat quickly. This can cause a greater chance in wear and increased effort to the blades and machine. It’s especially problematic in the metalworking industry where high temperatures are a common occurrence in the work environment. As such, workers often use various types of coldsaws to cut metal alloys and steel. The fully automatic coldsaw machine is one such type.
So how do these blades work? Unlike abrasive blades which generate friction and heat, coldsaws are able to dissipate heat into the chips that fall off when cutting. This keeps both the actual blade and material cool, meaning you’ll be able to work longer. Here at sawblade.com.au, we provide top-quality blades for the metalworkers across Australia. This is especially useful when using a fully automatic coldsaw machine. Made of the highest quality high-speed steel, these blades are sure to last several uses thanks to its wear resistance and resharpening capabilities.
Fully Automatic Coldsaw Machines
One of the more useful types of coldsaw machines are fully automatic. As the name suggests, fully automatic coldsaws are machines which allow for unattended cutting of materials. This is particularly important in high production environments in which large quantities need to be gathered. It’s not just the cutting and feeding that’s automatic. These machines are able to automatically detect the sizes of pieces and adjust accordingly. No chance of human error. This allows for smoother and straighter cuts. Not only that, but variable speed adjustments mean you can cut through both soft and hard steel. All these benefits, along with the standard heat dissipation of all coldsaws, means these automatic machines are perfect for industrial metalworking.
If you’re interested in purchasing an automatic coldsaw machine, why not visit SawBlade where you can find the right blade for the job. Don’t forget, at our company, we deliver blades that are tailor-made to your needs.
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