2/28/2013

High Speed Machine with Solid Carbide Slotting Saws

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American Saw And Products Inc.’s aggressive tool design allows for increased feed rates and better chip control in most materials.

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American Saw And Products Inc.’s aggressive tool design allows for increased feed rates and better chip control in most materials. The biggest improvements are in copper and aluminum. Feed rates in copper have been recorded as high as 1,000 ipm. Coatings can be added that allow for slotting in other materials to increase tool life. 

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