At its most simplistic definition, a bandsaw is a saw with a long blade that consists of a continuous band of metal with saw teeth, stretched between two or more wheels. The blade is more of a ribbon, as it is constantly rotating along the wheels, similar to a cassette tape. While the blade is continuously moving, only a small part of it is exposed in the cutting area. The blade comes up through the flat surface of the table, which is where the workpiece is moved into the saw to create cuts. The small size of the blade allows for detailed, intricate cuts.
A motor is used to power the saw, and most models contain some adjustments that let you expose more of the saw blade for bigger workpieces, adjust speeds, and allow for mitered and angled cutting depending on the saw’s table surface and features as well.
Having these capabilities allows CB Frost to offer diverse and unique solutions for their customer base.
Foam and Rubber Cutting Bandsaw
CB Frost operate two bandsaws, each one having its own specific use
Bandsaw No 1 - With a bed size of 1700mm a 740mm it was designed to cut handle and cut heavy duty rolls of rubber and other robust materials.
Bandsaw No2 – Has a larger bed size of 1790mm x 1790mm to handle large foam blocks, sponge and foam rolls and cutting of foam and sponge pads. The bed has a coating on the surface to help materials slide more
Freely over the surface to help cutting.
We have the capability to cut the following materials to specification using our in-house bandsaw:
At CB Frost we have vast experience in creating cutting a wide range of materials to a set specification for a range of industries. Our team are able to advise customers as to the best type of material to utilise for a particular project, and we aim to meet fast lead times at all times. For further information, please contact our team on +44 (0)121 773 8494.
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