Precision describes the accuracy and consistency with which a task can be performed. Precision in metal cutting is essential to fast, quality products. It depends on many factors, including technology, tools, and different cutting techniques. This article will peel back the different layers to give you a view of precision cutting.
On first inspection, the connection between metal forming and band saws isn’t immediately apparent. Metal forming is the process by which metal is reshaped without adding or removing material. Most of the time, metals are permanently altered into the shapes that shops will use. Common shapes created by metal cutting include plates, sheets, rods, tubes and structural sections. While the outward appearance of the metal changes, the inside of the metal remains the same. Band saws are tools used to cut and alter the shape of work pieces. Since they are capacity-type machines, band saws can cut many different types of material.
I believe that there is a simple formula to keep customers coming back to buy our band saw blades:
Just provide them with the best product, with a fair price and deliver it faster than anyone else. It sounds simple, but delivery seems to be the “choke point” for many industrial suppliers. We are no exception to this, however we recognize it and work hard to provide same day shipping on all orders received by 4pm Central time. Last month 94.8% of all band saw blade orders were shipped the same day the customer ordered. That number may be acceptable for some companies, but we view it as room for improvement.