Profile grinding / Resharpening

Wood bandsaw blades must be resharpened at regular intervals. Dulled teeth will result in unnecessarily increased strain on the blade, and the force required for sawing will also be increased. This can be detected from the bandsaw machine's ammeter. Blades should therefore be sharpened carefully and relatively often.

The whole of the tooth line, including the cullets, not just the tips of the teeth, should be ground in order to expose "fresh" material. If this is not done there is a risk of fatigue cracks occuring the as the gullets are exposed to considerable strain. Even an idling blade that is not actually sawing will become fatigued if it is bent over the bandsaw wheels for too long at a time.

Another good reason for grinding the whole of the tooth line is that it helps to retain gullet capacity and the angle of the teeth.

BNP100

Machine for automatic profile sharpening of band saw blades controlled with 2 CNC axes in wet grinding execution

BC235

Machine for automatic profile sharpening of band saw blades controlled with 3 CNC axes in wet grinding

BC240

Machine for automatic profile sharpening of band saw blades controlled with 3 CNC axes in wet grinding

BC325

Machine for automatic profile sharpening of band saw blades controlled with 4 CNC axes in wet grinding execution

profile grinding machine cam controlled of type BS6

BS6

Automatic profile sharpening machine with cam control system

Tooth Shape Studio 3.0

Tooth Shape Studio 3.0

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