“VITECH knife: significantly more power without Exchange average”, said Hagedorn, 1,000 cuts are made in a layer about. For a company that is working in three-shift operation and uses HSS or tungsten carbide knives, means this a knife change per day or otherwise expressed less than 12 hours downtime per month. If, however, a knife like VITECH has 40,000 to 60,000 cuts, this is a tremendous efficiency, because blade replacement is due only after around two months. And without any loss of quality.” And not only that: while the carrier unit and the cutting edge of using copper and silver solder and soldering techniques be connected with today’s conventional carbide knives, is bringing together the elements for VITECH blades with a patented adhesive procedure at room temperature. Its advantage is especially long-lasting consistency and resistance of the materials. Since this the same when assembled temperature (about 20 c), arise No tensions and hence no negative impact on the subsequent cutting performance.
Improper cuts or cracks out thus belong to the past. 15 stand time extension similar to convincing the hagedorn HardCrown provides arguments “-paper drill.” With a manufactured from powdered tungsten carbides and then brazed carbide tipped this up to 40,000 strokes create without that it must be reground. Compared to today’s most trusted a non-coated drills a use extension to the up to 15 arises from HSS steel thus. The advantages of the new paper drill is apparent especially at companies where large quantities are processed. As the drill is more powerful and lasts longer, must be much later stopped the machine and replaced the drill. In other words: whole layers without changing the drill can be passed under production conditions, the production is so much more effective.
Outsourcing model enables the hagedorn advantages and cost savings
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