• Pace Technologies Max-Vhs250, Alumina/Rubber Bonded Abrasive Blade


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Pace Technologies, MAX-VHS250, 10" x 0.075" x 32 mm Alumina/Rubber Bonded Abrasive Blade (MOS 3055 rpm) (Hardened Steels) Abrasive Blade Selection Guidelines Selecting the correct abrasive blade is dependent upon the design of the cut-off machine and, to a large extent, the operator preference

A steady force or light pulsing action will produce the best cuts and minimize blade wear characteristics, as well as maintain sample integrity no burning

Abrasive blades are generally characterized by their abrasive type, bond type and hardness

Abrasive sectioning has primarily been used for sectioning ductile materials

Allow the abrasive blade to reach its operating speed before beginning the cut

Check coolant level and replace when low or excessively dirty

Determining the correct blade is dependent upon the material or metal hardness and whether it is a ferrous or a nonferrous metal

Examples include metals, plastics, polymer matrix composites, metal matrix composites, plastics and rubbers

Improper clamping may result in blade and/or specimen damage

Note abrasive blades break down during cutting and thus produce a significant amount of debris

Recommended Abrasive Cutting Procedures Select the appropriate abrasive blade

Secure specimen

The proper selection of an abrasive blade requires an understanding of the relationship between the abrasive particle, abrasive bonding and the specimen properties

When sectioning materials with coatings, orient the specimen so that the blade is cutting into the coating and exiting out of the base material, thereby keeping the coating in compression.