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Sintered Material Blades From Tenax

Sintered Material Fabrication Blades

You know that fabricators that work a variety of sintered surfaces need to have blades engineered to cut various materials. Additionally, the blades themselves need to be able to perform in just the right way for it to effective. Tenax has developed a new group of products designed to help fabricators get the right blades for all sorts of materials; including sintered material such as ceramic & porcelain. You may be seeking other diamond blades. If so, you can check out our DEKTON blades or our quartz blades.

Ceramic Fabrication Blades

As you are aware, ceramic is an extremely hard material and it requires a blade that is designed to work effectively on htese types of surfaces. Clean cutting is also important when it comes to working with ceramics and porcelain. Who wants a blade that cuts fast but not clean? Yet cutting clean but slow can cost you time and productivity; decreasing your profit. After all, time is money. Tenax ceramic blades are designed to give you the right blade that performs well on ceramic surfaces.

Ceramic and porcelain materials are produced by a number of companies. That's why the Tenax ceramic blades have been engineered to perform on ceramic and porcelain surfaces. Our cycle of product development includes a series of iterative steps to construct products that are well-suited for their intended purpose. These Tenax ceramic blades are no exception to our research, design, and production process.

Ceramic Blade Specifics

Our ceramic blades are available in the following diameters:

Tenax ceramic blades for sintered materials are specifically marketed towards cutting hard sintered materials. Try these ceramic diamond blades and see the results of our methodical research and development process.

  • Diameters: 14", 16"
  • Wet Use
  • RPM: 1900-2500 Depending on blade diameter.
* Tenax recommends entering and exiting the cut at a reduced speed. The reduction should be 40-50%. For 45° cutting, the suggested speed reduction is 40%.
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