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What is Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) Tooling?

In the right application, using PCD tooling can reduce your tooling cost significantly.  PCD (Polycrystalline Diamond) has been used in the wood/composites industry for over 35 years due to its abrasion resistant properties and hardness.   232 more words

Woodworking

Why You Need Concrete Cutting Tools

When you start a project that involves using concrete, there are various projects you can start with. For instance, you might use concrete for your patio, create an area around your swimming pool outside, or new walkway leading up to your front door. 479 more words

Choosing The Right Saw Blades

Saw Blades in the Crawlspace

“This reddit user found the following customized saw blades in the crawlspace of a house he was working on. They say ‘I tried to be strong for you, You were barely five, You didn’t deserve it, I couldn’t save you, I was scared too.’

Talk about chills.”

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Keys to Cost Savings while Machining Solid Surface Material

At GUHDO we strive to help our customers optimize cutting tool performance and cost – we recently contributed this article to the ISFA (International Surface Fabricators Association) … 962 more words

CNC Router Tooling

New innovative grinding wheels for face grinding

Tiger II+ & IIL are the next generation of Tiger II grinding wheels for carbide tipped saw blades, featuring newly developed resin bonds, designed to reduce abrasive consumption, improve wheel life and provide the optimum grinding performance for better part quality and cycle time. 194 more words

This is the woodworking tools information site from one of the UK’s most experienced online suppliers and manufacturers of saw blades and woodcutting tooling.

Gerrymet, who employ 17 staff, offer online a wide range of saw blades and tooling products. 83 more words

Bandsaw Blades

Diamond v. Carbide : Weighing the Costs and Benefits

Under the right conditions and with proper maintenance and handling, significant cost savings can be achieved by running polycrystalline diamond (PCD) tooling.   Understanding the basics of diamond tooling is important when contemplating its use in your own production line.   781 more words

Woodworking