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Carbide-tipped band saw blades are finding more and more uses in the metal-cutting industry. They are usually compact in size compared to the pieces to be cut, which are often exceptionally large. When using carbide-tipped band saw blades to cut metal, you get the advantage of their extremely narrow cutting channel and minimal losses when machining.
With carbide-tipped band saws, small pieces of carbide are welded onto a special carrier material that is not really affected by alternating bending stress – even when subjected to fast cutting speeds. Ultra-fine grinding is used to give the teeth their geometries, which will depend on the material to be cut. Using band saws effectively to machine metal requires maximum precision as far as the tooth geometry is concerned. Trust us, we know. That's why here at VOLLMER we offer tried-and-tested solutions that have been developed and built with these specific requirements in mind – for tooth top and straight tooth face grinding as well as side grinding on both sides.
But over the past 100 years, we haven't just focused all our attention on the machines. We've also given plenty of thought to the people who have to operate them. And to make their work as straightforward, safe and fun as possible, we've come up with the intuitive and logical VOLLMER operating concept.
- Compact design
- Sturdy machine structure for precise sharpening results
- Easy to maintain due to the separation of machine compartment and operating area
- Easy to use
- Outstanding grinding finish
- High output and economic efficiency
- Shorter service visits
- Advanced technology
- Optimally adjusted to applications and requirements