Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blades
New Tooth Design System
Insco Notch Grind Tooth Geometry
There are currently many different tooth designs being perfected which
will ultimately provide sawing operations with much higher productivity.
The new Notch design tooth form has achieved increases as high as 300%
in tool life and between 30% and 60% in productivity.
Until recently, the performance limitation of any cutting tool
resulted in the material from which it was made. The new notch
design tooth form was developed as a direct result of the need to
extend tool life beyond this limitation, by advancing cutting tooth geometry.
The proper cobalt high speed steel, hardened and tempered to maximize
wear resistance must be used. These sawblades are then ground with
the axially offset Notch design tooth form and coated with titanium nitrate.
Many tests have been run and documented to show the results of this new
technology. In one particular application, 1018 carbon steel
tubing (1-1/4” dia. x .065” wall thickness) was being cut on a fully-automatic
Bewo Saw system. The results were quite impressive when compared
to “conventional” cold sawing with M2 HSS sawblades:
3,000-5,000pcs cut per Sharpening vs. 15,000-17,000pcs cut per Sharpening
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