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    Segment Brazing

    Brazing is a process that joints two or more metal pieces by heating them to the point where they melt and flow together.

    In the segment brazing process, a filler metal is melted and drawn into the seam between two pieces of metal by capillary action. The molten filler metal fills any pores or cracks in the seam and bonds the two pieces of metal together.

    The most common types of filler metals used for brazing are bronze, brass, and silver alloys. In general, these alloys have lower melting points than the metals being joined, so they can be more easily drawn into the joint.

    The strength of a Brazed joint depends on the type of metals being joined, the size and shape of the joint, and the quality of the braze alloy.

    Generally, brazed joints are stronger than solder joints, but not as strong as welded joints.

    Saw Blade Tensioning

    Bandsaw blade tension is the term used to describe the minimum amount of stretch applied to the blade in order to make it stable. It’s a technical description for how tight the bandsaw blade ought to be while in use. Bandsaw blades have to be stretched tight to work properly.

    When the blade tension is set too high, it will cause the blade to heat up and eventually warp. If the blade tension is set too low, the blade may not cut properly or it may break.

    To properly tension a saw blade, use a tension gauge or a ruler to measure the distance between the tips of the saw teeth. The correct tension should be 1/8 to 1/4 inch.

    – On saws that use a blade tensioning system, you’ll need to adjust the tension of the blade before every use.

    1. Loosen the knob at the front or back of the saw that tightens the blade.

    2. Hold the blade with your fingers and gently pull it away from the saw body.

    3. Adjust the knob until there is some resistance when you try to pull the blade away from the saw.

    4. Tighten the knob to hold the blade in place.

    Blade Cutting & Repair

    We offer a variety of blade cutting and repair services to keep your equipment running in top condition. From simple repairs to full-blown rebuilds, we can handle it all. We also offer a wide range of replacement parts for most brands and models of blades.

    Damaged blades can be repaired on site with an arc welder. Typical repairs are straightening of the blade, welding of broken tips and welding of cracked or broken blades.

    Our in-house blade cutting and repair service is available for all types of blades. We have over 25 years of experience repairing and restoring blades. We can repair any type of damage to your blades.
    •Damaged blades
    •Broken hilts
    •Cracked grips
    •Dented scabbards
    •Polishing the blade
    •Repairing or replacing broken or damaged parts
    •Re-gripping the hilt
    •Re-sheathing the blade in a newscabbard

    Repair & Maintenance

    We also offer  Maintenance and Repair of all the products. We have experience and skills in repairing precision equipment, as well as providing preventive maintenance services.

    We are happy to offer our customers a wide range of repair and maintenance services for all types of machines and related products. From minor tune-ups to major overhauls, we can get your machines back on in no time. We also carry a wide selection of replacement parts and accessories, so we can fix whatever might be wrong with your machine hassle free.

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