Dinasaw® Bandsaw Sharpeners
Dinasaw MSA Bandsaw Sharpeners allow you to improve your saw's cutting efficiency by optimising tip angles. Better tooth penetration and chip removal means blades cut faster, more accurately and stay sharp longer. It's all about the teeth - they do the work - improving the teeth's geometry increases cutting speed and accuracy while decreasing frictional heat and sawdust packing.
Normal sharpeners can only sharpen perpendicular to the blade - the patented Dinasaw MSA sharpeners can also sharpen with a positive 10degree angle across the set teeth's tips to enhance cutting and sawdust extraction
The saw's set teeth do the majority of the work and angling their cutting face produces larger chips that are directed towards the centre so they are better retained in the gullet.
Standard, straight sharpened teeth generate smaller chips that are forced directly down to spill beside the blade causing friction that heats and buckles the blade.
Consider the benefits:
1. Saws stay sharper longer
2. Less sawdust remains on lumber
3. Teeth require less set
Dinasaw's range of Bandsaw sharpeners are the most accurate, versatile and cost effective machines available.
The Manual machine is operated by turning a handle. One turn of the handle will sharpen one tooth.
The Fully Automatic machine is just that. Automatic. Controlled by state of the art electronics, this machine is able to monitor how many times the blade has gone around the machine and shut it off automatically at a predetermined point. Software driven softstart means the machine can be fitted with ABN or CBN grinding wheels without excess current draw.
All machines feature:
This means unrivalled control- you can now control the cutting angles to produce superior blades for more production with fewer miscuts.
Magnetic Blade Retention is used on all Dinasaw sharpeners providing uniform clamping pressure, allowing fast, easy changing and precise control over blade movement.
Microprocessor Control means you have complete control over feed speed and the number of times you wish the blade to be sharpened.
A minor difference can produce dramatic results.
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