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Four points to remember when using a diamond wire saw

The following four points should be kept in mind when using a diamond wire saw:

1. The diamond wire saw cannot be used for cutting. The most common problems are incorrect diamond selection (usually too good a diamond), matrix, bead spacing, mold design or wrong application parameters.

For example, if we choose too high a diamond density or too good a diamond, its sawing performance will not be very good. Diamonds are less likely to break, making it difficult to form new sharp edges.

2. The diamond wire saw breaks, usually because the wrong application parameters are used or the quality of the saw rope is too poor. This means that the bond between the plastic/rubber and the diamond beads is not strong, causing chips to get into the diamond saw wire. Soon, the magma or rock debris partially contacted and rubbed the steel wire rope between the beaded steel body and the steel wire rope, and the connecting wires of the steel wire rope began to break. This can also be caused by improper application of adhesive.

Incorrect selection of the steel wire rope and beaded steel body, and poor heat treatment after injection molding may also cause the wire rope to break.

3. Bead peeling off If the bead cutting layer peels off from the beaded steel body, it is usually caused by improper selection of the matrix or the use of wrong sintering parameters.

Often using an incorrect cold pressing process is also a cause of spalling. Sometimes, due to improper dewaxing process, paraffin may penetrate between the metal carcass and the beaded steel body. Sometimes the problem is also related to improper cleaning of the beaded steel body.

4. The beads are not firmly bonded. The beads are loose and the beads are not firmly bonded. This is usually a sign of something going wrong during the injection molding process. It may also be related to improper selection of wire rope, or internal contamination or improper cleaning of the diamond beads, which will lead to weak bonding between the beads and injection molding/injection rubber.



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