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You need to take into account what type of material you will be cutting ie. masonry, concrete, asphalt, or tile. Are you using tile saw, walk behind behind saw, or circular saw? What diameter and max RPM can your equipment handle? If you supplied me with some more information i would love to help you find the right diamond blade for your needs!

Choosing the right diamond blade will give you a more efficient result. It should fit your construction requirements. Diamond blades are manufactured differently based on the type of material to be cut. It comes in different varieties such as general purpose blades, multi-purpose blades, concrete blades, asphalt blades, masonry blades, brick blades, block blades, demolition blades, ductile iron blades, tuck point blades, glass blades, porcelain blades, tile blades, granite blades, and concave blades.
Below are guidelines on how to pick the right diamond saw blade for your requirement:
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1. Browse through different websites for the best supplier. Ask for opinions and suggestions. Getting a high quality and dependable diamond blade from a trusted diamond blade supplier will save you money, time and resources.

2. Know the type of materials you are going to cut. This will save you and the store specialist time in looking for the exact blade. Determine if you are cutting granite, asphalt, marble, concrete, pipes and other surface materials.

3. Determine the type of blade, if it will be a professional blade or just a blade suitable for DIY projects. Professional blades would cost you more but the durability and lifespan of the blade is longer.

4. Determine these details: Arbor size, Horsepower, Segment Weight and Height and the Cutting method (if it's wet or dry cutting). Knowing these will give you a more precise cut at a faster rate and it will prevent any untoward incidents due to breakage of the blades.

Diamond saw blades are engineered for strength and reliability. The blades are designed to withstand hard use, running at optimal strength even when it comes into contact with the harshest and most abrasive materials.

See more at: http://www.sunwit-diamondsawblade.com/
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 How to choose a right diamond saw blade? Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

You need to take into account what type of material you will be cutting ie. masonry, concrete, asphalt, or tile. Are you using tile saw, walk behind behind saw, or circular saw? What diameter and max RPM can your equipment handle? If you supplied me with some more information i would love to help you find the right diamond blade for your needs! Choosing the right diamond blade will give you a more efficient result. It should fit your construction requirements. Diamond blades are manufactured differently based on the type of material to be cut. It comes in different varieties such as general purpose blades, multi-purpose blades, concrete blades, asphalt blades, masonry blades, brick blades, block blades, demolition blades, ductile iron blades, tuck point blades, glass blades, porcelain blades, tile blades, granite blades, and concave blades. Below are guidelines on how to pick the right diamond saw blade for your requirement:

diamond saw blades

1. Browse through different websites for the best supplier. Ask for opinions and suggestions. Getting a high quality and dependable diamond blade from a trusted diamond blade supplier will save you money, time and resources. 2. Know the type of materials you are going to cut. This will save you and the store specialist time in looking for the exact blade. Determine if you are cutting granite, asphalt, marble, concrete, pipes and other surface materials. 3. Determine the type of blade, if it will be a professional blade or just a blade suitable for DIY projects. Professional blades would cost you more but the durability and lifespan of the blade is longer. 4. Determine these details: Arbor size, Horsepower, Segment Weight and Height and the Cutting method (if it's wet or dry cutting). Knowing these will give you a more precise cut at a faster rate and it will prevent any untoward incidents due to breakage of the blades. Diamond saw blades are engineered for strength and reliability. The blades are designed to withstand hard use, running at optimal strength even when it comes into contact with the harshest and most abrasive materials. See more at: http://www.sunwit-diamondsawblade.com/

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 Circular Saw Blade Buying Guide 1 Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Different types of circular saw blades are designed to cut different materials and work with different power saws. Make sure the blade you choose is suitable for the material you need to cut. You also need to make sure it fits your saw. There are several specifications you should check.

Look at the blade diameter and type and compare these specifications with the capability of your saw. Acceptable sizes vary by saw model, but in general:

  • Handheld circular saws accept smaller blades, those 4-1/2 inches to 7-1/4 inches in diameter. These are typically carbide-tipped.
  • Tile saws use 7-inch or 10-inch diamond blades.
  • Table saws and compound miter saws use blades 10 inches or 12 inches in diameter. Like those for handheld saws, the blades are usually carbide-tipped.
  • Metal-cutting chop saws, also called abrasive saws or cutoff saws, take 14-inch silicon carbide or aluminum oxide abrasive blades.

Check the size of the arbor hole (the hole in the center of the blade). It must fit the arbor or shaft on your saw. Many blades with a circular arbor hole include a piece you can knock out to allow them to fit saws with a diamond-shaped arbor.

Note the maximum RPM (revolutions per minute) rating of the blade to make sure it's compatible with the tool you plan to use.

Learn how to choose the best power saw for your projects:

Good to Know

Blade diameter, arbor hole size, number of teeth and kerf — the thickness of the cut the blade creates — are typically printed on the face of a circular saw blade. You may also see a list of appropriate tool types as well as maximum RPM and application specifications.

See more at:http://www.bladeconcrete.com/

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 Circular Saw Blade Buying Guide 2-Standard Circular Saw Blades Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

Standard circular saw blades are those you typically use to cut wood or wood composites. The number of teeth on the blade helps determine the speed, type and finish of the cut. Blades with fewer teeth cut faster but those with more teeth create a finer finish. Gullets between the teeth remove chips from the work pieces. Expansion slots cut into the rim help prevent the blade from warping as it expands and contracts during use. They reduce vibration, creating a straighter cut.

Rip-cut blades, those for cutting with the wood grain (along the length of a board), have fewer teeth (16 to 40). The teeth are designed to cut aggressively and deep gullets provide good chip removal. Crosscut blades, those for cutting across the wood grain (across the face of a board), have between 40 and 80 teeth designed for clean cuts. Smaller gullets separate the teeth. Combination blades can make rip cuts and crosscuts. They have multiple groupings of teeth separated by deep gullets. Each group has one tooth for ripping and four for crosscutting.

You may also see blades with other designations:

  • Framing blades have 24 teeth and are effective for work — such as rough carpentry — where speed is more important than a clean cut.
  • Plywood blades have 100 or more fine teeth designed to create a finish with minimal splintering.
  • Thin-kerf blades have a narrow profile for faster, easier cutting and less material waste.
  • Hollow-ground blades have a body that's thinner than the teeth — a design intended to help keep the blade from becoming pinched in the work piece.

Good to Know
Some standard circular saw blades can cut materials other than wood, such as plastic or aluminum.

Good to Know
Look for circular saw blade features such as anti-kickback designs and friction-reducing coatings.

See more at:http://www.sunwit-diamondsawblade.com/

  Aucun commentaire | Ecrire un nouveau commentaire Posté le 15-06-2017 à 09h21

 Types of Concrete Cutting Blades and Their Usability! Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

In commercial and residential construction projects, use of the concrete blades is growing rapidly. The main advantage of concrete cutting blades is that they can be used for different applications such as sidewalk pavers, patios pavers and walkway pavers, project entrances, pavers for driveways, and walkway through a city park, pool deck and playgrounds. There are some valuable tips given below that will ignite your knowledge about concrete cutting blades.

Cutting Efficiency of blades:

The concrete cutting blade ability is usually expressed as how much area the concrete blade can cut in unit time. This ability indicates the sharpness of the cutting blade. The cutting blade may be sharp and keen but it may have been dulled by continuously use it. If the blade teeth are worn thin from long use then the blade isn’t strong enough to stand the strain of maximum speed of the concrete cutting machine. The blade sharpness must match the machine operator's cutting efficiency requirement. Only the Concrete Cutting Los Angeles expert knows what is right speed or blade for cut the concrete.

Diamond Concentration:

Most of the concrete cutting service use the Diamond saw blade for cut the hard concrete and also the diamond concentration increase the cutting ability of a diamond saw blade. If the diamond concentration is too low or too high then you don’t get the perfect cutting result. If the diamond concentration increases, the diamond blade's sharpness and cutting efficiency decrease, while its working life increases. So where you need high efficiency and perfect cutting result, diamond blades with low diamond concentration and coarse diamond grit is very useful.

Blades Service Life:

The right curing of concrete blades is essential to make sure that the blades meet their intended performance and toughness requirements. The blade‘s service life is usually calculated with the whole area the diamond blade can cut. When a certain requirement of material is cut, this condition can be also met how long the blade can cut. It indicates the toughness and cutting ability of the blade. When the cutting machine operator is satisfied with the blade's cutting efficiency, its service life must then be paid attention to. Normally, finer diamond grit or higher diamond concentration can improve the cutting blade's service life.
The construction design choices and customization options are nearly infinite with concrete cutting blades providing you various opportunities to create any kind of surface. With all the discussion above, for useful tips, you should be able to choose a capable and high-quality concrete blade for your project.
If you want perfect concrete cutting services of any concrete design then professional Concrete Cutting Los Angeles services can make it possible as they have all the skills and knowledge of concrete cutting of any design and are able to provide satisfied quality concrete cutting service at reasonable price. They are professionals with sufficient experience and knowledge of concrete field and know how to perform their job in perfect manner.

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 How was the diamond blade made? Alerter l'administrateur Recommander à un ami Lien de l'article 

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If you can only cut a diamond with a diamond, how was the first diamond blade made? Or like the first diamond cutting tool.

Diamonds can be cut. They can also be cleaved, which is what you sometimes see in movies, where someone puts an edged doohickey against a diamond and taps it with a hammer. The diamond has a regular structure inside of it, sort of like the scaffolding of a building. A knowledgeable person can determine where the planes are, and make use of them.

A diamond blade having a cutting section consisting of diamond abrasive grains and attached to the outer peripheral edge of a substrate in order to decrease the wear of the under-head region of a cutting diamond blade, characterized in that at least either the front or the back of the substrate is provided with an island-shaped cutting section separated from the first-mentioned cutting section, an extended cutting section extending toward the center of the substrate or an approximately U-shaped profiled cutting section. Also a method of producing diamond blades, characterized by simultaneously performing the sintering of the cutting section and the binding of it with the substrate.

The natural diamond crystal is not always big, we can call the small diamond crystal as diamond powder, they can be mixed with other metal powder to compose diamond segments, diamond segments are welded on blank core blade, then one new diamond blade is made, you can use this diamond blade to cut diamonds.

Another, do you know there is a word called "artifical"? People can make artifical diamond now! Most of the diamond tools are made from artifical diamond crystal nowadays.

No, it is not just diamond that can cut diamond. An ordinary steel saw will cut diamond. It's just that the diamond cuts back. If you cut 1 cm into a diamond, then you might have to use up 100 cm of steel.

Source(s):http://www.bladeconcrete.com/

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