An excellent sawing scheme improves the quality of the workpiece, extends the sawing life of the saw blade and speeds up the sawing speed. This is the first step in the metal products industry to improve product quality, increase production efficiency and reduce production costs in the production process. What is the difference between a hot flying saw and a cold-cut flying saw? Now, Let us discuss together
Cold Flying Saw
Hot Flying Saw
Cold flying saw VS hot flying saw:
Hot flying saw: The high-speed cutting is accompanied by high temperature and spark, and the cut end face is purple and has many burrs.
hot Flying saw: The hot flying saw is a high-speed rotation of the tungsten steel saw blade, and the contact welding pipe generates heat to break it, which is actually blown. High burning marks are visible on the surface. A large amount of heat is generated, and the saw blade exerts a great pressure on the steel pipe, causing quality defects in the pipe wall deformation.
hot Flying saw：±2.5mm
Cut by cold flying saw
Cut by hot flying saw
|Max. Dia.(mm)||Model||Wall Thickness (mm)||Clamping Type||Drag Power (KW)||Feed Power (KW)||Cutting Power (KW)||Saw Blade Dia. (mm)||Max. Speed（mm/min）||Lathe Length（mm）|
|Pneumatic (Mpa)||Hydraulic (Mpa)||AC||SV|