A device of utility in precisely setting the angular relationship of a circular saw blade of radial bench type power saw, which includes a special protractor defined by removing adjoining segments of the linear leg and the curved leg thereof, and a modified T-square including a head piece having a curvature matching that of the curved leg of the protractor and a connected ruler blade extending radially toward the center of said protractor, said T-square being improved in that the thickness of the head piece is greater than that of the ruler blade and the location of the ruler blade is such that the blade can be located on either face and still use an upper and lower lip for sliding contact with the circular edge of the protractor, whereby two T-squares are not necessary as in my prior U.S. Pat. No. 5,632,096.
A saw blade clamping arrangement particularly for power reciprocating saws and similar tools having a reciprocating shaft connected to a cutting member includes a biasing member preferably in the form of a spring clamp member. The biasing member is interconnected with the drive shaft and operative for providing a biasing force to retain the cutting member in operative connection with the drive shaft. A release lever is pivotally mounted to a housing of the saw for movement between first and second position. In the first position the release lever is spaced apart from the biasing member.
A band saw blade or hacksaw characterized because of it is machined with two rows of a plurality of cutting teeth, sustained and projecting from the base itself of the laminar body of the blade, the saw presents a laminar body at one of its ends while at the other end there are teeth with different geometries according to the use for soft cuts or hard cuts along the edge of said body of the band saw, being said rows formed by a pair of teeth of the same geometrical sizes of inverted "V" shape, but being in turn projected at an angular direction according to the required number of teeth +10 degrees, which is equivalent to the desired angle toward the external part of its axis, one with regard to the other, and alternatively followed by only one straight tooth of the same depth and so on, successively.
A surgical saw blade guide or milling instrument guide comprising a guide body having a guiding surface thereon, and containing a magnet therein which exerts attractive force in a direction toward the guide body for attracting a bone saw blade or milling instrument to the guiding surface. The surgical saw blade guide or milling instrument guide can comprise a plurality of magnets and the magnet or magnets can themselves form part of the guiding surface.
A saw includes a handle having a channel formed in the upper portion for slidably receiving a beam. An arm is secured to one end of the beam. Two rotary members are pivotally secured to the handle and the arm for supporting a saw blade. A knob is slidably engaged in the handle and has a key for engaging with one of the rotary member and for securing the rotary member to the handle.
The invention relates to an anti-splintering device for sawing machines having a saw blade which can be operationally connected to a saw blade, can be laid on workpieces and can be arranged laterally in relation to the saw blade and in the region of the saw blade teeth emerging from the workpiece. The anti-splintering device is in pressure contact with the emerging saw blade teeth.
saw blade, especially a circular saw blade, with replaceable tips wedged in recesses along the periphery of the blade, and held there by elastic forces. Inwards of each recess, but not connected with the recess, at least one tension distributing hole is provided. The
A keyless saw blade chuck has a generally cylindrical collar receiving the blade attachment end of a tool shaft, a clamping member and a mounting portion of a saw blade. The clamping member is located within the collar and urges a received saw blade against the tool shaft.
A saw blade with cutting wings on the teeth. The blade has a blade body, teeth located on an outer edge of the blade body, and cutting wings extending from either side of each tooth on the blade body. Each tooth is angled in a direction opposite that of the adjacent teeth to eliminate block cutting characteristics and to enhance the serrating effect of the teeth. A first wing is longer than a second wing and contains a barb that enhances the serrating effect of the wing. Both wings are beveled so that the sharpest edge of the wings is located on the outer edge of the wings. The cutting wings pre-cut a width of the material and reduce the splintering and shredding effects of the blade on the material.
A scroll saw includes a pair of spaced generally parallel upper and lower arms, a saw blade, and a saw blade fastening and tension adjusting device for securing the saw blade between the upper and lower arms. The adjusting device includes a channel, an elongated blade support, upper and lower blade holders, and an adjustment unit. The channel opens downwardly and is formed on a distal end of the upper arm.
A movable clamping jaw (14) cooperating with a stationary clamping jaw (12) is carried by a support member (20) which is guided for displacement at a bracket (26) by a flat guide means (30) to cause slightly arcuate movement, deviating only a little from the plane of the saw blade, of the movable clamping jaw (14) away from the stationary clamping jaw (12). The support member is adapted to be clamped to the bracket (26) and, in addition, is connected to the bracket (26) by a four-joint arrangement (22). The clamping device needs only little room for opening and closing.
In the annular sawing of bars, in particular of semiconductor material, the ccurate fitting of the saw blade is of great importance. In the case of the conventional clamping systems, in which the saw blade is held on the machine rotary part by clamping forces exerted by means of a holding ring and is subjected to tension by means of an additional clamping ring, inadequate tensioning constancy is usually caused by the tensioning forces acting against the clamping forces.
A diamond abrasive saw blade for the dry sawing or cutting of concrete, masonry or the like is disclosed. The saw blade comprises a flat, circular plate having a central mounting hole and having a diamond abrasive matrix rim on the outer periphery of the plate. The plate has a plurality of apertures therethrough spaced around the plate between the mounting hole and the diamond abrasive rim.
An improved scroll saw blade holder includes a one-piece body having a base and a pair of arms which extend transversely from the base and define an open area therebetween. A slot is provided in the base extending entirely through the base into the open area and extending only partially through the base in a direction generally perpendicular to a plane of the body so that the body remains integral in the base at the slot. A clip is provided on the body and includes a positioning plate which is received in the slot.
A saw is designed to support and drive saw blades such that the cutting edges of the saw blade will travel in an orbital path. The cutting edge of the saw blade is formed with first and second portions of its length which are angularly inclined with respect to one another and extend from opposite sides of an apex such that when the proximal end of the saw blade is driven the first and second portions of the saw blade will orbit in opposite directions.
A gimbal-like device having an arbor for holding a circular saw blade mounted on an angled arm which is attached to a carrier plate which is pivotable about one axis and rotatable about another axis with the carrier mounted on a turntable for swinging the fixture about a third axis whereby the saw blade can be located at various angular positions for grinding or sharpening the teeth of the blade by a planar grinder such as a surface on a vertical grinding or sharpening wheel.
A hinged cover, of double wall construction, for a container. The container base is configured to carry a portable saw. This invention resides in a cover construction which permits the storage of a spare rotary saw blade. The blade is stored in such a manner that irregular random or jostling motion of the closed container, such as rough transport of the container over a period of time, cannot result in the teeth of the stored saw blade piercing or damaging the exterior wall of the cover.