2/26/2015

CNC Carbide Cutoff Saw and Cold Saw Blades

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Nishijimax cutoff saws accomplish the work of four to five traditional band saw machines, thereby presenting an opportunity for saving space and adding efficiency.

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Pat Mooney Inc.’s Nishijimax cutoff saws accomplish the work of four to five traditional band saw machines, thereby presenting an opportunity for saving space and adding efficiency.

Nishijimax cuts 50 seconds, with operations down to 7 seconds. It produces high RPM with minimal kerf and swarf, and surface finish from 40 to 80 RMS. A 45-degree slant bed approach of the saw head travels on hardened and ground linear rails. Guides provide a six-point contact, eliminating blade wobble or deflection.

Cutoff lengths of ½” to 118” can be preprogrammed. Trim cuts of ½” to 1 ¼” can be preprogrammed and the remnant end is approximately 2” to 3” depending on cutoff length. Feed rate is 78 feet per minute, with a cutting capacity of 2 ¾”.

Kanefusa offers a range of saw blades to fit most circular saw machines. These blades allow a thinner kerf, which leads to better material utilization and less swarf. Saw blades are cermet and carbide tipped for high production sawing of ferrous and nonferrous materials. Blades are coated with chemicals that allow longer tool life. 

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