Abrasive Saw Cutting

Abrasive Saw Cutting is used for cutting alloys into rectangles and strips. The standard abrasive cut plate width and length tolerance is +⅛", -0. The diagonal tolerance is 3/16" maximum on saw cut items with a max plate thickness of 3".

How does Abrasive Saw Cutting work?

It starts with the alloy being clamped to the table, then the cutting action is done by an abrasive disc, similar to a thin grinding wheel. A 20" saw blade releases downward to grind the steel into dust, creating the "cut".

Why choose the Abrasive Saw for cutting your alloy?

Reasons to use the Abrasive Saw include: an overall low-cost, leaves a square and straight edge that is free of pinch marks. Cuts strips up to 15 feet long and it can cut thicker flat bar sizes.

Capabilities

  • Standard abrasive saw cut plate width and length tolerance is +⅛",-0
  • Abrasive sawed plate may be furnished with up to (2) mill edges
  • Diagonal tolerance is 3/16" maximum on saw cut items