If you're looking for ways to maximize the lifespan of your cold saw blades, we have some valuable tips to share. With proper maintenance, your blades can endure extensive use and last for a significant period of time. Discover easy techniques to extend the life of your blades and make the most out of your cutting experience.
Our latest download goes through what you need to know about Cold Saw Blades.
This document will help you answer questions from what saw blades are made out of to how coolant effects the life of your saw blades.
What You Need to Know About Cold Saws Blades
A properly maintained cold saw blade should last a long time, even with extensive use. Circular cold saw blades can endure as many as 800 to 1,000 cuts before needing to be sharpened, and they can be sharpened up to 30 or 40 times during the lifespan of the blade.
Scotchman has been selling circular cold saws for over 40 years, and we're proud to lead United States cold sawing in blade knowledge and cutting applications.
Learn the basics of your Cold Saw blades with our Scotchman Cold Saw Blade Basics free download:
A circular cold saw is a machine that cuts like a milling machine, cutting chips with torque vs. speed, or friction. This method allows you to achieve an accurate cut, nearly burr free, without any work hardening of the material.
The heat goes with the chips leaving the material cool to the touch. Cold sawing accuracy is typically + or - .002” per diameter inch.
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We manufacture a complete line of cold saw models: manual, semi-automatic, and fully automatic versions. Material testing and blade recommendations are a standard service at Scotchman Industries.
Learn more about cold saws by checking out our sawing product line here.