As every company knows, a diamond hole saw has its place within every type of task and objective. Hole saws have different types of drills and saws that operators can switch and use. While diamond saws are invaluable, here are three other secondary materials useful for specific tasks and materials to let you perform maintenance on diamond equipment.
3 Secondary Alternatives to a Diamond Hole Saw:
If you're working with wood, plastics, and "soft" industrial and construction materials, common yet trusty carbon steel hole saws are an excellent choice. While they're not as durable and capable as a diamond hole saw, they're affordable and durable to a point. Just watch out for high levels of operational heat, which is detrimental especially when working with plastic.
These drill bits and hole saws can cut through extremely dense materials similar to a diamond hole saw. Capable of cutting through stainless steel, fiberglass, and abrasive materials, tungsten-carbide drill bits, hole saws, or coating can let your diamond hole saw equipment receive maintenance for some time.
Steel Hole Saws
With a fast RPM and extreme durability and hardness, they parallel diamond saws in their capacity to cut through almost anything. Unfortunately, fast RPMs wear down material integrity over time. In turn, steel hole saws can process steel and other metal sheets, but may require frequent maintenance or replacement.
Nothing Still Beats High Accuracy and Durability Diamond Saws
Diamond equipment is made to last especially if you're using a renowned manufacturer’s products. This material can cut through anything, and with the right manufacturing and operational parameters, you can maximise their efficiency and get your return on investment in no time. Graff Diamond Products is a leading provider of diamond hole saws and other highly-capable and durable equipment. Visit our listings today.