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- The cleanness of the cut on the exit sideof the workpiece is dependent on the‘exit angle’ of the saw teeth. Increasingblade elevation reduces the exit angle– and so results in a poorer cut edge.For blades with positive rake angle, ablade elevation of 15 mm is recommended.However, when a pre-scoring saw is employed, the elevation of the main saw can and should be maximised to extend tool life by minimising the path length of the tooth through the workpiece.
- Thinner workpieces require smaller tooth pitch (larger number of teeth). For thicker materials, a larger tooth pitch blade should be selected.
- to minimise wear, feed rate should be as high as the required cut quality will permit. This is particularly important in the case of abrasive materials.
- When cutting sheet steel, cutting speed should be as low as possible, and feed rate as high as possible to achieve maximum tool life.