Basic use requirements for metal cutting discs

Resin cutting discs mainly use resin as the binder, glass fiber mesh as the reinforcing material and skeleton, combined with a variety of abrasive materials, and the cutting performance is particularly remarkable for difficult-to-cut materials such as alloy steel and stainless steel. Glass fiber and resin are used as reinforcing bonding materials. They have high tensile, impact and bending strength. The editor of Grassland Grinding Wheel will share with you the basic requirements for the use of metal cutting discs:
Cutting disc

1. Select the appropriate cutting disc according to the design requirements of the equipment.
2. The equipped equipment should be equipped with safety protection devices, such as: protective cover, power-off brake, overload protection, etc.
3. There are professional operators to install and use, and wear work clothes, protective glasses, earmuffs, etc.
4. Operators should not wear gloves, long hair should be placed in the work cap, and pay attention to tie and cuffs to prevent danger.
5. Keep away from fire and humid environment.

Best Power Tools to Cut Steel

Steel can be cut with a variety of power equipment, depending on the shape of the steel that needs to be cut. A bench mounted, drop saw will fit a 14” 350mm or 16” 400mm cutting blade, and this is most suitable for heavier steel work as the chop saw can cut through almost any metal with the correct cutting blade.

A bench mounted drop saw is particularly useful for cutting repetitive lengths of steel quickly and accurately. The limitation with this tool is that it will only cut at a straight 90º angle. For thin, fiddly auto work, a rotary or air tool may be your weapon of choice. These are particularly useful power tools to get into those hard to reach areas where heavier, bulkier tools cannot be manoeuvred. You can also cut metal with a hacksaw, however this is much more intensive work for something a power tool can do in a fraction of the time.

Post time: Dec-16-2021