Problem & Remedy

Problem & Remedy

STRIPPING OR CRACKING OF TEETH

Check the selection of tooth type, pitch, cutting speed according to the cutting. Reduce the feeding pressure.

VIBRATIONS IN THE WORK PIECE

Clamp the material more securely.

BAND BREAKAGE OR BREAK AT WELD JOINT

Place the blade guide as close as possible to the material being cut. Release the blade tension if not used for longer period of time. Adjust the blade tension according to recommended value.

HEAVY WEAR ON THE TIPS OF TEETH

Reduce the cutting speed, adjust the feeding pressure and use the right blade according to the cutting chart.

BLADE NOT CUTTING STRAIGHT

Reduce the feeding pressure. Set the blade guides as close as possible to the material. Replace or regrind if worn.

HEAVY WEAR ON BOTH SIDES OF BLADE

Adjust or regrind the back guides.

SIDES HAVE BEEN ROLLED FLAT

Adjust or regrind the side guides.

THE SAW BLADE VIBRATES IN THE CUT

Choose the right blade according to the chart. Clamp the material securely. Increase blade tension. Adjust feeding pressure. Adjust he cutting speed.

GULLET LOADING

Reduce the feed pressure. Use coarser tooth. Check chip brush and coolant.

ROUGH SURFACE

Use the finer pitch. Increase the cutting speed but feeding pressure.

CUTTING TOO SLOW

Use coarser pitch. Increase cutting speed and feeding pressure.