• Marble is a kind of metamorphic rock mainly composed of CaCO2, more than 50%, and MgCO3, Cao, MnO, SiO2 and other components formed by high temperature and pressure in the crust.
  • Marble generally has a Mohs hardness between 2.5 and 5, which is softer than granite.

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Diamond Saw Blade

Specification:

  • Diameter: 75mm-3500mm
  • Bore: 20mm-60 mm
  • Segment: 1.2 mm- 7 mm Thickness, 5 mm – 15 mm Hight

Segment Blade

The commonly used marble rough cutting saw blade can discharge the scraps to improve the processing efficiency when cutting at high speed. Longer service life, replaceable segment

Turbo Blade

The best choice for personal use, the minimum size can be achieved 1.2mm , more balanced use.

Rim Blade

High sharpness, mainly used in fine marble processing, the cutting interface is very smooth, the edge damage is small, also can be used for ceramic processing.

Wire Saw

  • It is mainly used in the cutting of marble raw stone, a more energy-saving cutting method.

Specification:

  • OD of the Wire:
  • 2.2mm-11.5mm
  • Line Speed:
  • 18-28m/s

Diamond Gang Saw

Specification:

  • Thickness:Length*180mm*3mm/3.5mm
  • Segment:

important things you should know

Questions And Answers

A: Usually caused by dirty water, insufficient water supply to blade, low powered drive motor, worn bearings or shaft, incorrect blade for material being cut.
A: Check bearings and spindle for wear,machine alignment and equal water supply to both sides of blade.
A:Ⅰ.Incorrect mounting of blade/remount blade correctly. Ⅱ.Worn bearings or bent shaft/replace worn bearing or blade shaft. Ⅲ.Blade RPM too high or incorrect tension/ensure blade is running at correct RPM.
A:Ⅰ.Blade becoming glazed due to use on material too hard for bond/ To sharpen balde,make fast (3-4m/min) shallow (3-10mm deep) passed in the material being cut, or in sandstone or asphalt for quicker results. Ⅱ.Excessive cutting pressure, high shaft RPM, low machine HP or drive belts loose/ tune engine according to manufacturer’s manual.
A:Ⅰ.Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for material being cut. Ⅱ.Overheating due to lack of water/check water feed system and make sure the water flow is adequate on both sides of the blades. Ⅲ.Blade twisting or jamming in cut/keep sawing straight when the blade working(concave blade exceptional). Ⅳ.Out of round blade/replace worn bearing, realign blade shaft or replace worn blade arbor. Ⅴ.Incorrect blade tension/ensure blade is running at correct RPM. Ⅵ.Excessive cutting speed/slow down the cutting speed. Ⅶ.Undercutting of steel center/use sufficient water to flush out the cut or choose blade with protective teeth.
A:Ⅰ.Incorrect mounting of blade/remount blade correctly. Ⅱ.Worn bearings, spindle or blade arbor/replace worn bearing, realign blade shaft or replace worn blade arbor. Ⅲ.Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for material being cut.
A: Abrasion of steel center due to highly abrasive material being cut/use sufficient water to flush out the chipping or choose blade with protective teeth.
A:Ⅰ.Excessive cutting pressures/slow down the cutting speed and keep correct feed rate. Ⅱ.Incorrect blade tension/ensure blade is running at correct RPM. Ⅲ.Jamming or twisting in cut/keep sawing straight when the blade working(concave blade exceptional). Ⅳ.Overheating/check water feed system and make sure the water flow is adequate on both sides of blades. Ⅴ.Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for material being cut.
A: Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for material being cut.
A:Ⅰ.Blade incorrectly seated/remount the blade correctly. Ⅱ.Worn flanges or flanges not properly tightened/tighten flanges properly or replace worn flanges. Ⅲ.Blade shaft worn/replace worn blade shaft.
A:Ⅰ.Incorrect mounting of blade/remount blade correctly. Ⅱ.Worn bearings, spindle or blade arbor/replace worn bearing, realign blade shaft or replace worn blade arbor. Ⅲ.Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for material being cut.
A:Ⅰ.Blade too hard for material being cut/use proper blade specification for materila being cut. Ⅱ.Overheating due to lack of water/check water feed system and make sure the water flow is adequate on both sides of blades. Ⅲ.Blade twisting or jamming in cut/keep sawing straight when the blade working(concave blade exceptional). Ⅳ.Out of round blade/replace worn bearing, realign blade shaft or replace worn blade arbor. Ⅴ.Incorrect blade tension/ensure blade is running at correct RPM. Ⅵ.Excessive cutting speed/slow down the cutting speed. Ⅶ.Undercutting of steel center/use sufficient water to flush out the cut or choose blade with protective teeth.

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