Bridge Saw Made From The Hardest Materials


  Unsurprisingly, bridge saw made from the hardest mate […]

  Unsurprisingly, bridge saw made from the hardest materials available were still of little use on anything but the softest types of stone.The abrasiveness of the wire cut through marble, allowing a greater degree of precision than had previously been possible.

  Once the stone was extracted, workers bridge saw a series of holes with a hammer and chisel.Water-soaked wooden wedges were inserted into the holes, where they expanded and split the rock.

  Depending on the size of the bridge saw and production requirements, it is possible to vary the number of cutting spindles fitted on both cutters.The whole countertop processing machine is of strong strength, high efficiency, the slates it processed are of exact size, and the margin is flattened and sleek.This type of machine allows stone cutting operators to take advantage of fast strait line cutting with saw, and curved shapes, such as sink holes.