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Cold Saw blades û really impressive selection process

Cold Saw blades û really impressive selection process

(OP)
Cold Saw blades – really impressive selection process

http://www.californiacoldsaw.com/  This site has a really good interface for blade selection. It uses cascading, drop down menus with anywhere from 4 to 8 levels.  

Under "New Blades" then "High Speed Steel" in the drop down menu.  
Go to the bottom of the page

If you want to buy a cold saw blade you start with:

1. Diameter - Once you select a diameter from the drop down menu the box for
2.  Thickness opens with another drop down menu
then
3.  Bore
4. Material you will be cutting
After material you can specify the number of teeth yourself or there is an automatic tooth calculator.   

If you go with the automatic calculator you have another series of boxes with drop down menus
5.  Material shape – solids and flat stock
6.  width across
or
7.  Material shape – round tubing and pipe
8.  Round Tubing Wall Thickness
9.  Round Tubing Diameter

There is also a page of calculators under "resources"
California Cold Saw Calculators Module
Inch to Metric Converter
Metric to Inch Converter
Calculate Surface Feet/Minute (SFM)
Calculate RPM
Calculate Number of Teeth
Calculate Tooth Pitch (MM Tip to Tip)
Calculate Chip Load Per Tooth
Calculate Feed Rate
 

Thomas J. Walz
Carbide Processors, Inc.
www.carbideprocessors.com

Good engineering starts with a Grainger Catalog.    

RE: Cold Saw blades û really impressive selection process

It sure is nice to run across a well designed webpage.

 

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Cold Saw blades û really impressive selection process

Sweet blades Tom!

RE: Cold Saw blades û really impressive selection process

(OP)
Not my blades.  Wish they were.  

We can sell you one but you are much better off going direct.  

These guys do cold saw blades and they are so good that competing with them would be just silly. The owner, Doug McAdoo, is just an incredibly nice guy as well.    

Youtube is a new medium for me.  I am slowly trying to put thirty years of research online.  

Our website has much more information in written form.  Even there it is just a fraction of what I have.

We start a new business year tomorrow.  Maybe that would be an appropriate goal for the new year.

Thanks,
Tom   
   

Thomas J. Walz
Carbide Processors, Inc.
www.carbideprocessors.com

Good engineering starts with a Grainger Catalog.    

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