Starrett - Bandsaw Blades

TROUBLESHOOTING

Blade Defect

Probable Cause

Solution

Improper blade break-in procedure.

Follow proper break-in procedure.

Speed too slow.

Refer to cutting recommendations.

QUEBRA DOS DENTES QUIEBRE DE LOS DIENTES BREAKS OF THE TEETH

Feed pressure too high.

Reduce feed pressure.

Tooth jammed in cut.

Low speed and high cutting pressure.

Poor cutting fluid application or ratio.

Adjust coolant flow and ratio.

Hard material or heavy scale.

Check material or surface hardness.

Wrong blade pitch.

Use proper tooth selection.

Work spinning or loose nested bundles.

Tighten vise or use nesting clamps

Cut beginning over the corner of the material.

Start the cut slowly.

Excessive backup guide preload.

Adjust pressure block.

Low blade tension.

Refer to operator's manual.

DESGASTE NAS COSTAS DA LÂMINA DESGASTE EN LA ESPALDA DE LA LÁMINA WEAR ON THE BACK OF THE BLADE

Blade worn out.

Replace blade.

Excessive feed rate or pressure.

Reduce feed rate or pressure.

Damaged or worn pressure block.

Replace pressure block.

Guide arms spaced too far apart or too tight.

Adjust guides

Blade rubbing band wheel flanges.

Adjust wheel alignment

Incorrect guide alignment.

Align guides.

Dull or damaged blade.

Install new blade.

CORTE ONDULADO CORTE ONDULADO WAVY CUT

Incorrect feed or speed.

Refer to cutting recommendations.

Blade not supported properly.

Adjust or tighten guide arms.

Low blade tension.

Refer to operator's manual.

Incorrect tooth pitch.

Use proper tooth selection.

(superfície de papelão, vibração e/ou riscos) (superficie de cartón, vibración y/o riesgos) (cardboard surface, vibrations and/or risks)

Guide arms too far apart.

Adjust guide arms closer to material.

Saw side guides too tight.

Adjust guides properly.

Blade riding too high in guide.

Adjust rollers or pressure blocks

LINHAS DESGASTADAS PERDA DA TRAVA LÍNEAS DESGASTADAS PÉRDIDA DE LA TRABA FRAYED LINES =04041

Blade teeth riding on band wheel surface.

Adjusting tracking or replace wheel.

Wrong blade width for machine.

Refer to operator's manual.

Chips being carried back into cut.

Replace or adjust chip brush.

Worn or damaged guides.

Replace guides.

Insufficient cooling flow.

Adjust coolant flow.

Blade binding in cut.

Adjust feed.

Guides misaligned.

Adjust and align quides.

Side guides are too tight.

Adjust guides.

LÂMINA TORCIDA LÁMINA TORCIDA BLADE TWISTED

Work loose in vice.

Adjust vice.

Feed too heavy.

Reduce feed pressure.

High blade tension.

Refer to operator's manual.

Worn wheels.

Machine or replace wheels.

Guides arms too far apart.

Adjust guide arms closer to material.

49

www. starrett .co.uk

Powered by