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Saw Tip Breakage

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Saw Tip Breakage

Saw Tip Breakage Drawings

These drawings are not to be taken as absolutely accurate in all instances.  However they have been very helpful in the great majority of cases. 

 

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Good Tip

Weak carbide – maybe improper Saw grinding

Most commonly heat stress – probably wrong braze alloy

 

 

 

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Also heat stress – wrong braze alloy

Carbide only left in very corner – bad brazing

See more articles on Brazing Carbide

Impact breakage – If there is no carbide stuck to the steel above the break then brazing is an issue and maybe a cause.

 

 

 

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Impact breakage

Impact breakage – Steel shoulder worn back

Impact breakage – look at tip of steel shoulder to see if saw hit something or was dropped.


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