Most of the diamond saw blades used in the market are produced in three main processes: sintering, brazing and electroplating. By comparing their sharpness and wear resistance, the sintered sheets are wear-resistant and the electroplated sheets are sharp. Brazing sheet has good overall performance.
Sintered 5 inch resin cutting disc for metal are the main force in small saw blades. Most of the market is sintered, and there are many kinds of specifications!
1. What is a sintered diamond saw blade?
The sintered diamond saw blade is formed by compacting the carcass powder, that is, forming a saw blade head, and then placing it into a high-temperature machine to combine different metal elements. Because the melting points of different elements in the carcass material are different, it is necessary to control in sintering. Temperature, in order to fully integrate the elements, improve the hardness, wear and sharpness of the diamond saw blade.
The meaning of the saw blade sintering process:
The sintering process is a heat treatment of powder compact molding, which is an operation required for powder compacts. It includes sintering temperature, molding pressure, sintering time, holding time, cooling time, etc. A reasonable sintering process is to improve the sintered body. The key to densification is the key to the quality of sintered diamond saw blades.
What are the advantages of sintered 125*1*22 EN12413 cutting disc in terms of performance?
1. The cutter head has high hardness and is not easy to break the teeth;
2. The holding power of diamond is good, it is not suitable to fall off prematurely and improve the service life;
3. Compared with saw blades of other processes, the wear resistance is high.