Magnetic material cutting Performance characteristics:
1 Due to the use of metal material as the steel core, the rigidity of the cutting blade is improved, and it is more suitable for deep cutting.
2 The wear resistance of the working layer makes the cutter body have a long service life.
3 The rich types of binders satisfy the selection of more matching cutting blades for different processing objects.
4 The precise control of diamond abrasive grains and concentration makes the blade have good sharpness in the cutting process, and the cutting surface has the characteristics of high smoothness and good verticality.
5 Precise machining methods ensure that the geometric dimensions of the blade have high precision.
Scope of application:
This series of products are suitable for precision machining of the following difficult-to-machine materials, such as brittle metal materials such as optical glass, crystal materials, magnetic materials, semiconductor materials, and fine ceramic materials.
Magnetic materials, usually referred to as ferromagnetic materials, are ancient and widely used functional materials, and the magnetic properties of materials have been recognized and applied by people as early as 3,000 years ago. For example, in ancient times, magnets were used as compasses. Modern magnetic materials have been widely used in our lives, such as permanent magnet materials used as motors, iron core materials used in transformers, magneto-optical disks used as memory, magnetic recording floppy disks for computers, etc. Magnetic materials are closely related to all aspects of informatization, automation, mechatronics, national defense, and national economy. Generally speaking, magnetic materials refer to substances that can directly or indirectly generate magnetism from transition elements such as iron, cobalt, nickel and their alloys. Magnetic materials can be divided into soft magnetic materials and hard magnetic materials according to the difficulty of demagnetization after magnetization. Substances that are easy to demagnetize after magnetization are called soft magnetic materials, and those that are not easy to demagnetize are called hard magnetic materials. Generally speaking, the remanence of soft magnetic materials is small, and the remanence of hard magnetic materials is large.
The working principle of the slicer is relatively simple, that is, by using the sharp cutting surface of the slicer, the objects and materials are cut into pieces according to the proportion or width, so as to be suitable for production or manufacturing purposes. Most of the working plates of common internal circular slicers have a fixed height, and the height needs to be adjusted manually for materials of different heights. Manual adjustment is not only time-consuming and laborious, but also affects work efficiency, which is extremely inconvenient in the actual production process.