Costs and Profits are two of the most important thing in any business.
If you value these two, you should be very careful in selecting the right tools for the right job. Getting and using the wrong diamond blade for a particular job
can costs your business lots of money and wasted time. It can also cause harm or danger to the user as it may crack if not used properly.
Choosing the right diamond tool is not that easy but with the proper guidelines and professional tips, it can be uncomplicated. Here are some guidelines and tips on how you can maximize your money without losing quality and efficiency of work:
1. Determine the material that you want to cut.
Diamond saw blades come in different varieties to suit different cutting requirements. Wood blades should not be used to cut metal
likewise a masonry blade should not be used to cut a wood or a board. Blades are designed and manufactured differently depending on the need of the user. Make sure that you got this right the first time. Determining this before purchasing one will save you money and time. Don’t forget to tell your supplier the type of material you are working on.
2. Is it for professional use or DIY (Do It Yourself) use?
It may be insignificant to some, but his will also save you money. There is a slight difference in pricing and longevity of the blade itself. Diamond blades that are used professionally would last longer and would have a higher price tag though they are more cost effective in the long run. DIY blade’s cutting performance is acceptable though it should not be used frequently. DIYers should use this occasionally since blades are not designed to last long.
3. Check the specifications of the diamond saw. The Horsepower and the diameter should be determined before purchasing a blade. The machine should match the horsepower range of the diamond blade. Mismatched blade HP and Saw HP would result to poor performance or worn out blade. Consult your supplier if you are not sure with the specs that you need.
4. Determine the Segment height and The Segment thickness.
If your blade has higher segments, they will naturally last longer. But make sure that you don’t go too high to avoid breaking the blade, which may result to injury. To improve on your cutting speed, go for the thinner blade. Although there are default measurements, ask your supplier for the best cutting experience.
5. Go Online.
There are a lot of online tips and guidelines on how to get the right blade. Stay online with gilatools.com.
Maximizing your cost efficiency may seem difficult but once you get to determine your requirements, it would be a lot easier on your part. Go for quality and efficiency.