Factors for the Fracture of Woodworking Circular Saw Blades

Factors for the Fracture of Woodworking Circular Saw Blades

The woodworking circular saw blades of circular saws are spun teeth or wear too quickly in many companies that use metal circular saws. This is a common problem and it also makes companies more headaches. After all, the consumption of saw blades is also a big expense for companies. So is there any way to minimize this loss?

First, let’s analyze the reasons for the damage of the circular saw blade:

When installing the circular saw blade, it must be installed correctly. Check it several times. Incorrect installation will not only break the metal circular saw blade, but also affect the service life of the circular saw;

  • The ammeter setting is incorrect.

Incorrect setting of the ampere meter will cause damage to the saw blade and damage to the machine.

  • The circular saw machine is not clean.

Especially the iron filings inside, even if the small iron filings are not cleaned up in time, it will increase the damage rate of the circular saw blade and consume too quickly;

In order to avoid accidentally falling on the ground to produce unevenness, the surface of the circular saw blade is not smooth enough, and the friction is increased.

  • Cutting speed is too fast.

The cutting speed is related to the cutting material. The cutting speed of different materials should be adjusted in time as required. Many companies blindly adjust the cutting speed in order to cut the speed quickly, resulting in damage to the circular saw blade. This is also the main reason for saw blade damage.

  • The cut material is dirty.

This situation is relatively rare. In some companies, the processed materials are dirty and the operators do not pay attention to them. Often the materials are sent directly to the machine for cutting, and the materials to be cut are never cleaned first. This is a wrong consciousness, because there are a lot of dust, iron filings, and even dirt on the material, which will bring a lot of friction to the metal circular saw blade when cutting the material, causing the circular saw blade to wear too fast .

  • The one-time working time of the circular saw is too long.

In order to speed up production, some companies may work more than 12 hours a day for the circular saw, or even work 24 hours a day. In this case, the load on the circular saw blade will increase and the circular saw blade cannot be buffered. Then wear out is too fast.

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