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Precautions for use of carbide woodworking tools

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1) Hard alloy is a hard and brittle material, which is brittle and broken under the action of excessive force or certain specific local stress, and has a sharp edge.
2) Most cemented carbides are mainly composed of tungsten and cobalt, which are very dense. They should be handled with care during transportation and storage.
3) Cemented carbide and steel have different thermal expansion coefficients. In order to avoid stress concentration cracking, welding should be carried out at appropriate temperature.
4) Cemented carbide tools should be stored in a dry environment away from corrosive atmosphere.
5) In the process of cutting, carbide tools will inevitably produce chips and chips. Please prepare necessary labor protection articles before processing.
6) If the coolant or dust collector is used in the cutting process, please use the cutting fluid or dust collector correctly in consideration of the service life of the machine tool and the tool.
7) Please stop using tools with cracks during processing.
8) Hard alloy tools will cause edge passivation and strength reduction due to long-term use. Please do not let non-professional personnel grind them.
9) The worn alloy tools and alloy tool fragments should be properly stored to avoid hurting others.
 

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