The thickness of band saw blades: different countries h […]
The thickness of band saw blades: different countries have different standards. For example, Japan lists saw blades with a thickness of 1.25 mm to 0.8 mm as thick band saw blades, 0.70 mm to 0.50 mm as thin band saw blades, and 0.45 mm or less as ultra-thin band saw blades. Band saw blade. Our country does not divide this way. The wood mills regard the thickness of the saw blade commonly used for band saws of the same specification as the dividing line of the thickness of the saw blade. Any saw blade thinner than the commonly used thickness is called a thin saw blade. For example, for a large band saw of 1372 mm, the maximum allowable thickness can be calculated according to the formula to be 1.37 mm. In fact, the thickness of the commonly used saw blade is 1.25 mm. If the 1372 mm large band saw uses a 0.9 mm saw blade, it can be said that a thin saw blade is used. However, the 0.9mm saw blade is not considered a thin saw blade when used on a 915mm small band saw. The reason is that the maximum allowable blade thickness of a small band saw of 915 mm, which is commonly used 0.9 mm. If a small band saw of 915 mm is used, only a 0.7 mm thick saw blade can be regarded as a thin saw blade.
Related Suggestion : MJ3113C WOOD BAND SAW (48-INCH HIGH)