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If you require a blade for cutting materials that are extremely hard and abrasive, then look no further than the diamond coated bandsaw blades from Sawblade.com.au. With a guaranteed exceptional cutting ability, diamond coated bandsaw blades are the first choice for a large variety of cutting and machining jobs.
What material are diamond coated bandsaw blades made of?
Diamond coated bandsaw blades are manufactured by electroplating diamond onto high alloy steel bandsaw blades. This gives the bandsaw blades exceptional strength and enhances the fatigue resistance.
What are diamond coated bandsaw blades used for?
As diamond is one of the hardest substances on Earth, when used as a coat on bandsaw blades, they can be used to cut all materials including the hardest and toughest ones. Diamond coated bandsaw blades are specifically used for cutting glass, graphite, silicon, hard coal and ceramics. These blades are also ideal for cutting materials which are too hard or abrasive for conventional bandsaw blades such as, concrete materials, CFRP, sintered materials, perforated bricks as well as to cut mineral building materials such as calcareous or natural stone. This makes diamond coated bandsaw blades a perfect choice for demanding industry applications ranging from aerospace, healthcare, energy, IT and electronics field, recycling as well as construction and steel making.
What are the advantages of using diamond coated bandsaw blades?
With the highest level of precision, even at high cutting speeds, diamond coated bandsaw blades fare better than any other bandsaw blades used to cut hard materials. They also offer smoother cuts reducing the strain the materials have to withstand while cutting. Diamond coated bandsaw blades are durable and last for a longer period without losing the performance making them a cost-effective solution.
Diamond coated bandsaw blades are the best bet when machining graphite; when any other blade is used a lot of heat is generated and cooling with coolants is not possible as it can oxidise and damage the blade. On the other hand, diamond blades are not spoiled with coolants or water, even when used for extended periods of downtime. When compared to other bandsaw blades, there are lesser chances of the material getting chipped giving way to smooth cutting surfaces.
How to choose the specific diamond bandsaw blade for different material dimensions?
Depending on the pad geometry and grain size of the bandsaw blade, you can use it for a range of applications. A continuous diamond coating is appropriate for small material dimensions and segmented diamond dimensions can be used for medium-sized materials. If you are slicing a larger workpiece, blades with interrupted dimensions can be used. As the surface of the cutting area of the blade is wide enough, there is less wastage of material.
Given these high qualities and expensive diamond blades used here, it is advisable to employ only highly skilled and expert workers.
All our diamond coated band saw blades are custom-made to fit your exact needs, cutting material or application. Once you let us know your requirements, we will recommend the right diamond coated band saw blade for your specific material or application. If you need more information on our diamond coated bandsaw blades, go on to sawblade.com.au and request for a quote. Furthermore, you can visit our Build Your Blade Form page and enter the specifications of your blade. For more details, email us or call us on (03) 9005 7931 to speak to our representative.
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