Points to note before operating the band saw machine: 1 […]
Points to note before operating the band saw machine:
1) Do a comprehensive inspection before turning on the machine. Check in detail whether the mechanical parts and safety protection devices are in good condition, whether the saw blade is damaged or cracked, whether there are iron nails, lead wires or other hard debris on the wood. Power on.
2) After the machine is turned on, the material can be fed only when the saw blade reaches the highest speed. The feeding speed should be controlled according to the hardness of the material and whether there are knots, cracks, and the thickness of the sawing material. When entering the saw, be steady and slow, and do not use too much force; to prevent the saw blade from being damaged.
3) During sawing, always observe the movement of the saw blade in operation. If the saw blade moves back and forth, when it makes cracking sounds and other abnormal phenomena, stop it immediately to prevent the saw blade from breaking and hurting people;
4) During operation, keep a certain distance between the hand and the saw blade, and the distance must not be less than 50cm, and do not extend your hand over the saw blade to prevent injury to your hand.
5) When sawing, it is not allowed to adjust the guide while sawing; while the saw is running, it is not allowed to adjust the saw card to prevent accidents.
6) When sending the wood back, you should pay attention to the position of the wood and the saw blade to prevent the wood from colliding or lifting off the saw blade. If the sawing phenomenon occurs during the sawing, the timber sawn should be separated by the lower hand, and it should not be reversed to prevent the saw blade from falling off. When the path of the saw blade is blocked by broken wood, etc., use a wooden stick to peel it off. If necessary, stop the machine to remove it. Do not remove it by hand to prevent injury to your hands.
7) When unloading the saw blade, be sure to cut off the power and wait for the saw blade to stop stably; when changing the saw blade, hold it firmly to prevent the saw blade from bouncing and hurting people.