Diamond Wire Saw Manufacturer
Diamond is the hardest material and the practice of using it to cut other hard materials was started in ancient times. The earliest evidence can be traced back to Egypt as far back as 2500 B.C. Since then the engineers have come a long way. The wire saw we use today is the recent developments. It was England this time wherein 1950’s diamond electroplated beads were threaded onto a multi-strand steel cable giving birth to the modern saw. Since then Diamond Wire Saw manufacturers are constantly trying to upgrade their processes to help the production and cutting of hard materials by becoming more efficient in making diamond saw.
Diamond wire saw cutters are different from other machines. It uses using abrasion instead of saw teeth to cut other material. Since diamond is the hardest material, the process can be used to cut through almost any material that is softer than the diamond abrasive. SB Diamond tool is a reputed wire saw manufacturer based in India who has mastered the art of abrasion technique. To facilitate the process and increase its efficiency, SB Diamond Tools manufacturers and supply the best quality diamond saw tools that last long, cost-effective and cut the hard material precisely.
Diamond wire saw rope manufacturer
Diamond wire saw ropes are much more fruitful while cutting other hard materials. The saw ropes produce less kerf and wasted materials when compared with conventional solid blades. The wire or rope cutter also allows machines to do the circular cutting on all sides which was close to impossible in the case of conventional blades used for cutting. SB Diamond Tools manufacture long-lasting and cost-efficient diamond wire saws. The rope we supply for the usage of industrial diamond wire saw machine is made from a loop of high tensile steel connected by a mechanical joiner. Mostly all diamond wire saw rope manufacturer uses similar technology to produce wire saws. On the outside of the rope are carrier rings, on which diamonds are either sintered or retained by an electroplated layer. The final assembled diamond rope is then coated with an elastomeric compound, which helps to retain the components and to protect against corrosion.