Month: October 2016

Tips for cutting with diamond cutting wheels/blades.

First ensure the object to be cut: – is fully supported – is secured so it cannot roll or slip off – is prevented from vibrating. The sequence of the cuts is important. Always make the last cut so that the cutting wheel does not become jammed ensuring that you are not endangered by the severed or separated part. If necessary, …Read more»

Working safely with diamond blade cut-off machines (circular saws).

The cutting wheel (diamond cutting blade) must be guided straight in the cut, without wedging. Never exert lateral pressure on the cutting blade. Do not stand in line with the cutting blade. Do not lean too far forwards and never bend over the cutting blade, especially when the deflector has been pulled back. Don’t cut above shoulder height. Do not press down …Read more»