Cutting Wheel Thin

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A cutting wheel, specifically a thin cutting wheel, is a specialized abrasive tool designed for precision cutting in various materials such as metal, plastic, or stone. It typically consists of a thin, flat, circular disc made of abrasive material bonded with resin or other substances. The thin profile of the cutting wheel allows for narrow cuts and reduces material wastage. These wheels are commonly used with angle grinders or rotary tools and are employed in applications ranging from metal fabrication and construction to DIY projects.

1. Aluminum oxide grain
2. Hardness: T grade

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Uses 

  1. Metal Cutting:
    • Thin cutting wheels are widely used for cutting metal sheets, pipes, and rods in industries such as metal fabrication, construction, and manufacturing.
  2. Construction and Renovation:
    • These cutting wheels are essential for tasks like cutting rebar, steel studs, or metal framing in construction projects.
  3. Automotive Repairs:
    • In automotive repair and customization, thin cutting wheels are used for cutting and modifying metal components, such as exhaust pipes or body panels.
  4. DIY Projects:
    • Thin cutting wheels are popular among DIY enthusiasts for tasks like cutting metal pipes, bolts, or other materials in home improvement and crafting projects.
  5. Plastic Cutting:
    • They are also suitable for cutting various types of plastics, providing a clean and precise cut in applications like plumbing or customizing plastic materials.
  6. Tile Cutting:
    • Thin cutting wheels are employed for cutting ceramic or stone tiles in construction and tiling projects.
  7. Precision Cuts:
    • Due to their thin profile, these wheels are ideal for making precise and narrow cuts, allowing for intricate and detailed work in various materials.
  8. Maintenance and Repairs:
    • In industrial maintenance and repair work, thin cutting wheels are used for tasks such as removing welds, cutting worn-out parts, or modifying metal structures.
  9. Sheet Metal Fabrication:
    • Thin cutting wheels play a crucial role in sheet metal fabrication processes, enabling the precise cutting of thin metal sheets for various components.
  10. Metal Sculpting:
    • Artists and metal sculptors use thin cutting wheels for shaping and cutting metal pieces in the creation of sculptures and artwork.
SKU: AHS63917 Category:

Size

115X1.2X22.23MM 13300-80M/S, 180X1.6X22.23MM 8500-80M/S, 230X1.6X22.23MM 6600-80M/S, 355X3X25.4MM

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles, hearing protection, gloves, and long sleeves. A face shield may be necessary for additional protection.
  2. Check the Cutting Wheel:
    • Inspect the cutting wheel for any damage or cracks before use. Do not use a damaged or compromised cutting wheel, as it may lead to breakage during operation.
  3. Select the Right Cutting Wheel:
    • Choose a cutting wheel that is suitable for the material being cut. Different wheels are designed for specific materials, and using the wrong wheel can result in inefficiency or accidents.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place. This prevents unexpected movement and enhances the accuracy of the cut.
  5. Angle Grinder Inspection:
    • If using an angle grinder, inspect it for any defects or malfunctions before use. Ensure that the guard is in place and functioning properly.
  6. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations regarding the use of the cutting wheel, including speed and application specifications.
  7. Maintain a Firm Grip:
    • Maintain a firm grip on the tool and handle, and use both hands when operating. This provides better control and reduces the risk of the tool being pulled away.
  8. Avoid Excessive Pressure:
    • Let the cutting wheel do the work. Avoid applying excessive pressure, as it can cause the wheel to bind, overheat, or wear out quickly.
  9. Work in a Well-Ventilated Area:
    • Use the cutting wheel in a well-ventilated area to dissipate any dust or fumes generated during cutting. If working in an enclosed space, consider using respiratory protection.
  10. Keep a Safe Distance:
    • Maintain a safe distance from other people in the workspace. Warn others in the vicinity before starting the cutting operation.
  11. Beware of Kickback:
    • Be cautious of kickback, especially when cutting hard materials. Position yourself to the side, not directly in line with the cutting path.
  12. Turn Off Power:
    • After completing the cut, turn off the power tool and allow the cutting wheel to come to a complete stop before setting it down.
  13. Store Properly:
    • Store cutting wheels in a dry, cool place, and avoid exposing them to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures.

 

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