-Choose a saw blade with more teeth.
-Use a higher peripheral speed.
-Select a saw blade with different tooth shape.
-Check flanges and distances.
-Condition of the spindle bearings.
-The blade goes into oscillation (self-vibration).
-Change number of teeth and diameter.
-Adjust the speed of revolution if possible.
-You can also choose a sound absorbing saw blade.
-A coating of sound absorbing material on the inside of the safety cover.
-Use a saw blade with more teeth.
-The saw blade is positioned too high above the material.
-Some special grindings and angles may help.
-During cutting the saw blade becomes warm, especially in the periphery, which
causes the blade to expand and stretch. We can add slots for improved blade
properties to meet a specific customer’s needs.
-When using manual feed, a negative hook angle results in a softer cut.
-Positive hook angle is recommended if automatic feed is used. A blade with more
teeth results in a softer cutting.
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