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What are the main types of cutting blades

Cutting blades are mainly divided into fiber resin cutting blades and diamond cutting blades according to their materials. Nowadays, the technology of cutting discs is more and more developed, and the hardness technology is getting higher and higher.

Resin cutting blades use resin as a bonding agent to combine with a variety of materials, especially for alloy steel, stainless steel and other difficult-to-cut materials. Dry and wet cutting methods make the cutting accuracy more stable. At the same time, the choice of material and hardness of the cutting disc can greatly improve your cutting efficiency and save your production cost.

Diamond cutting disc is a kind of cutting tool, which is widely used in the processing of hard and brittle materials such as stone, concrete, prefabricated panels, new and old roads, ceramics, etc. Diamond cutting blades are mainly composed of two parts; the base body and the segments. The substrate is the main supporting part of the bonded segment.

Cutting discs are made of high-strength resin and optimized special abrasives. It allows the line speed to be greater than 50m/s, and is not easy to be brittle; the cutting is sharp, the cutting heat is extremely small, and the heat-affected layer of the cutter head sample is shallow, thereby minimizing interference. Cutting blades are widely used in machinery, automobiles, ships, metallurgy, chemical industry and other industries, and can also be used in iron decoration and equipment maintenance of modern houses and factories. Professional grinding of general metals, stainless steel, crushed fire steel, tool steel construction metals, cast gray iron, hard cast iron metals.

Superabrasive itself has extremely high hardness, so it can process various high-hardness materials, especially materials that are difficult to process with ordinary abrasives. For example, diamond abrasives can be used to process non-metallic materials and non-ferrous metals such as hard alloys, ceramics, agate, optical glass, semiconductor materials, stone, concrete, etc.;

Superhard cutting discs have low wear, long service life and high grinding ratio. Under reasonable conditions of use, good economic results can be obtained, especially for materials that are difficult to process with ordinary abrasives. The economic benefit is better.



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