Two cutting methods for wood band saw equipment Bevel s […]
Two cutting methods for wood band saw equipment
Bevel sawing When sawing a bevel, the machine table can be tilted to the desired angle. It is also possible not to adjust the table top of the machine tool, and to make a wedge-shaped wood board with a corresponding inclination fixed to the table surface, and when the workpiece is sent along the wedge-shaped wood board, the required slope surface is sawed.
Conical sawing When sawing a large, small workpiece, the template is often used to cut a piece of wood that is slightly longer than the part to be machined into the required slope and plan as a template. The template should not be too thick, the small head should be kept at about 10 mm, and then the tack of the template will be used as a head. When sawing, the workpiece will be placed against the template, and the surface template will be close to the saw ratio. The template should be made in two pieces, which can be used before and after to improve work efficiency.