Blade Developed by Diamond Matrix Technology Holland MI
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Blade Developed by Diamond Matrix Technology
Source: MASONRY CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
Publication date: October 1, 2007
By MASONRY CONSTRUCTION StaffBlade developed with new technology
A.D.M. technology replaces the random clustering of diamonds with an entirely new engineered matrix. The advanced diamond matrix technology consists of two innovative processes – layering and patterning – that allow the travel speed of the saw to be increased without raising the amperage of the motor. The blade is available in 14-in. and 16-in. sizes, with an 18-mm segment. It cuts granite, engineered stone, and other natural stone.
The MasterJet CNC waterjet saw utilizes a high-speed 20-hp tool with multiple heads that enable the user to cut one part or thousands without expensive tooling or setups. A highly accurate, precisely spaced nozzle cuts as accurately as any die, with no cupping in thick parts. The operator can switch to cut right- or left-hand parts from the same pattern with a single keystroke. A large selection of transfer tables provides for maximum productivity.
The TNT blade's different diamond segments' configuration provides for a faster cut, while its 19-mm height assures long life. The blades are used for cutting marble and natural stone. They are manufactured in Italy.
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