Choosing the diamond blade

 
How to choose the right diamond blade?

The diamond cutting blades perform extraordinary work when properly selected and used, but the diamond areas are fragile and very sensitive in case of misuse.
That is why choosing the diamond blade should be done taking into account:

• Type of work to be done.
• The type of machine to be used.
• Type of material to work.
• Correct choice of the diameter of the disc and the central axis.

Any tool to allow dry work SECO can also wet work HUMEDO thus achieving a higher performance.

 

Rim type

  SEGMENTED     TURBO CONTINUOUS     SMOOTH CONTINUOUS     ELECTROLYTIC  
Long life, indicated for hard and aggressive works that do not require a particular finish. Suitable for work long and medium finish. Suitable for precision cutting and perfect finish. Suitable for working marble, pvc, acrylic, etc.
It is very long life but very fragile if used in unsuitable materials.

 
Suggestions for resolving possible problems using cutting blades

Excessive wear, may be due to:
• Axis disc holder no perfectly aligned, eccentricity or bearing wear.
• Erroneous cutting speed.
• Underpowered machine.
• Wrong choice blade for the material to be worked.
• Insufficient cooling.

Breakage or loss of diamond segments, may be due to:
• Axis disc holder no perfectly aligned, eccentricity or bearing wear.
• Erroneous cutting speed.
• Blows, snagging, excessive bending or twisting.
• Dilation of the material because of a high heating.
• Excessive hardness cutting blade.

Fissures on the support, may be due to:
• Axis disc holder no perfectly aligned, eccentricity or bearing wear.
• Erroneous cutting speed or excessive hardness cutting blade.
• Excessive bending or twisting during the cut.
• Dilation of the material because of a high heating.
• Friction support side.

Loss tension support:
• Imperfect alignment of the machine.
• Mounting on the wrong disk holder shaft, or plates unsuitable.
• Erroneous cutting speed.
• Excessive hardness cutting blade.
• Dilation of the material because of a high heating.

In case that the disc or the central axis begin to adopt an oval shape, the problem may be due mainly to components of the machine (disc holder axis, flanges or bearing), or to a wrong cutting speed or excessive pressures.

Sometimes it can happen you see a sudden loss of efficiency in the cut, that is “the disk no cuts”. Most likely that the blade is too hard relative to the material to be cut and therefore the diamond sector tends to straighten. The first tip is to substitute the cutting blade for a less hard blade or, if this problem occurs, carry out some cuts to revive the edge over abrasive material (such as sandstone, hollow concrete block, etc.).

 

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