Tungsten carbide circular saws are designed for cutting wood.
However, the cutting effectiveness of a tungsten carbide circular saw is mostly determined by the geometry of the blade, the sharpness of the teeth, and the chip load per tooth. The process for manufacturing and maintaining the saw’s optimum geometry, sharpness, and load is referred to as circular saw grinding.
Circular saw grinding consists of three distinct but inter-related processes:
Advantages of circular saw grinding
Maintains the uniform height and width of the teeth
Improves the blade’s entry angle into the board, thereby enhancing the quality of the finish
Maintains straight tooth sides and sharp cutting corners
Optimizes the blade’s circularity and concentricity
Reduces cutting time thereby consumes less energy
Sharper tooth sides produce better cuts
Choosing a diamond wheel for circular saw grinding
GAASH manufacture a complete range of diamond grinding wheels, specialized for face, side, and top grinding. The unique GAASH wheel design, combined with the technical use of advanced materials, enable GAASH to offer a superior suite of diamond grinding wheels that match the most stringent finishing requirements.
All GAASH diamond grinding wheels for servicing the saw production industry, can be supplied in either a single, dual, or triple-layered rim configurations, to support extra fine finishes, combined with superior wheel service life and less machine loading during the grinding process.