Ultra Precision Arbor and Cutting Techniques
Why is precision cutting so scary for the hobby machinist? It ranks right up there with fly cutting in the fear factor. Maybe it’s because precision means control and the home machinist isn’t confident in their skill. But, control shouldn’t scare you when you use the right ultra precision saw arbor.
Think of it like this: a precision blade is just a saw that makes small cuts. They cuts may be in wood or metal. What they have in common is size. They are small. Small cuts demand precision. You must get close to the work area and have rigidity.
How to Make Precision Cuts
Now we’ve defined a precision cut, let’s make some. Here is how:
- Proper feed and speed rate – When isn’t using the right feed and speed important? That precision saw blade may look like a conventional circular saw blade but it isn’t. It is fragile. Get close, run slow and low.
- Use fluid – Be generous with your fluid.
- Keep it clean – Remove all chips with each pass
- Go one Way – Never “saw” back and forth. Always cut in one direction
How to Pick an Ultra Precision Arbor with Precision
All saw arbors hold the blade in place. But ultra precision cuts require an ultra precision saw arbor. Use the same precision in selecting your arbor as you do in making your cut. Remember, ultra precision cuts require ultra rigidity. The blade must be close to the work piece. A cap holds your standard saw arbor in place. If the work is held by a vise, that cap is a problem. If the clamping screw and vise meet up you’ve got a real problem. Avoid that problem with an ultra precision saw arbor from The Tool Company. The deep cap that creates a low profile. The blade gets closer to work area than with a conventional arbor.
This purchase is easy. Just buy your ultra precision saw arbor at The Tool Company. Not only will your saw arbor get close to the work, you’ll get:
- Excellent vibration absorption
- Durable weldon shank
- Extra Long Reach
- 5 Year Warranty
Every saw arbor we sell is proudly made in the USA. Buy your saw arbor individually or in sets. Don’t let precision cuts scare you. Make ’em with an arbor from The Tool Company.