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Check that the product is assembled correctly and
do not show any signs of damage. See section
Assembly on page 10 for instructions.
Perform daily maintenance. See section
maintenance on page 19 for instructions.
Check that the blade is not in contact with the
conveyor cart so that it can not damage the cutting
slot.
To fill with coolant
Note: Make sure the water level is always above the low
walls where the pump is located.
Blades
WARNING: Blades can break and cause
serious injuries to the user. Diamond blades
become very hot when used. An overheated
blade is a result of improper use, and may
cause deformation of the blade, resulting in
damage and injuries.
Do not use an overheated blade.
The blade shall be intended for the material to be
cut.
Feed the work piece against the rotation of the blade
only!
Make sure that the correct bushing is used for the
cutting blade to be fitted on the product. See
the blade on page 11 .
The blades should be marked with the same or a
higher speed than that stated on the product's rating
plate. Never use a blade with a lower speed rating
than that of the product.
When using diamond blades make sure that it
rotates in the direction indicated by the arrow on the
blade.
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Daily
Diamond blades consist of a steel core provided with
segments or a continuous rim containing industrial
diamonds.
Blades for different materials
Never cut plastic materials with a diamond blade!
The plastic material melts due to the heat produced
when cutting and sticks to the blade.
Blade selection should be made according to the
material being cut. Ask your dealer for help in
choosing the right product.
Do not use abrasive blades.
Blade vibrations
The blade can become out of round and vibrate if a
too high feed pressure is used.
A lower feed pressure can stop the vibration.
Otherwise replace the blade.
Diamond blades
To fit
WARNING: Only use a blade for intended
materials.
WARNING: Never use a diamond blade to
cut plastic material. The heat produced
during cutting may melt the plastic and it can
stick to the cutting blade and cause a
kickback.
WARNING: Diamond blades become very
hot when used. An overheated blade is a
result of improper use, and may cause
deformation of the blade, resulting in
damage and injuries.
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