The diamond saw blade is one of the grinding tools that is used to process truly fragile resources such as stone and ceramic. Diamond saw blades are mostly composed of two parts: a matrix and a cutter head. The matrix may be the primary support component of the cutting tip, and the operation of the tip is cut from the application system. With a unique matrix, the cutter head will continue to be consumed. The cutter head can cut hard parts because it contains the diamond that is currently the hardest substance. The diamond particles are wrapped in metal inside the tip. When a diamond saw blade is used, the metal and the diamond are consumed each other. In addition to the longer life of the cutter head, clarity is ensured in most cases.
Diamond wheels are widely used.
Processing non-ferrous metal resources is difficult to process
When diamond saw blades are used to process non-ferrous metal products such as copper and zinc, the components are susceptible to bonding cutting applications, which provides processing problems. Since diamond has a low coefficient of friction and a low affinity with non-ferrous metal parts, the diamond tool can effectively avoid steel bonding. Moreover, since the modulus of elasticity of the diamond is large, the deformation of the blade at the time of cutting is compact. Moderate extrusion and deformation of the cut non-ferrous metal may cause the cutting method to be less than deformed, which may increase the superiority of the machined surface.
Processing non-metallic products that are difficult to process
When a diamond saw blade is used to process a non-metallic product having a large number of hardness particles, the glass fiber reinforced plastic and rigid carbon fiber/epoxy composite. Due to the really hard fabric particles, the tool is severely worn. The diamond saw blade is not a hard alloy abrasive, but has high hardness, good wear resistance and good processing effect.
With the advent of modern integration engineering, processing technology has gradually moved toward the path of large-scale precision growth, which puts very important requirements on tool efficiency. Due to its small coefficient of friction, minimum coefficient of thermal expansion and excellent thermal conductivity, diamond can reduce particularly slender chips. The chip is not difficult to flow out, although the chip has little affinity with other substances to ensure that BUE is difficult to generate. Smaller warmth and higher thermal conductivity avoid the effects on the blades and workpieces. Therefore, the blade is not easily passivated directly, and the cutting deformation is compact, and a better surface area quality can be obtained.