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Honsberg TSG

Burr on body back

Problem:
a) No clearance between body back and fl ange of the wheels.
b) Worn back guides.

SOLUTION
a) Adjust wheels.
b) Replace back guides.

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Worn off back guides

PROBLEM
The constant rubbing along the band saw back edge has induced a brittleness. Microcracks appear. RESULT: Blade breakage.

SOLUTION
Replace back guides.

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Worn damping rollers

PROBLEM
Too tight or blocked damping rollers may lead to rupture of the body.

SOLUTION
Reduce the contact pressure so the rollers can be rotated with little effort in passive state. Replace blocked damping rollers

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Body crack on body back

PROBLEM
Body cracks caused by worn back guides. Leading to the back edge of the blade becoming brittle.

SOLUTION
Replace back guides.

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Worn of brush

PROBLEM
Worn or incorrectly adjusted brushes are reducing the life of the saw blade.

SOLUTION
Adjust brushes regularly and replace when worn.

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Worn side guides

PROBLEM
Too strongly adjusted or damaged side guides cause formation of microcracks and blade breakage.

SOLUTION
Reduce pressure. Clean side guides.

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Tooth pitch too small

PROBLEM
The tooth gullet is too small. Chips will overfi ll the tooth gullet and lift the blade. When the chip clears the gullet, the blade will be forced back into the cutting channel resulting in a shock load on the tooth. Leading to tooth damage.

SOLUTION
Select a coarser tooth pitch.

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Misaligned wheels

PROBLEM
Incorrect alignment causes burrs at the band back edge, followed by microcracks. Result: Blade breakage.

SOLUTION
Adjust wheels. Keep a clearance between band back edge and fl ange of the wheels. (Recommended clearance: 0.5 to 1.5mm).

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Gullet space too small

PROBLEM
The tooth gullet is too small. To much frictional heat is generated. Result: Heavy wear and cut deviation.

SOLUTION
Select a coarser tooth pitch.

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Tooth pitch too coarse

PROBLEM
The tooth gullet is too small. Chips will overfi ll the tooth gullet and lift the blade. When the chip clears the gullet, the blade will be forced back into the cutting channel resulting in a shock load on the tooth. Leading to tooth damage.

SOLUTION
Select a coarser tooth pitch.

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