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What is Sawing Manufacturing?

Posted on Jan 27, 2021 by Kieran Vaughn

Sawing is the process of applying a rotating/reciprocating blade with teeth to a workpiece, removing a narrow swath of the material. This creates two or more pieces or removes a piece, called a cut-off. Sawing, performed in the form of true cutting, grinding, or friction-created melting, is a process used independently or to augment other manufacturing processes.

3Diligent illustrated processes: sawing

What are the Different Types of Sawing?

  1. Manual Saw
  2. Air Vise Saw

Sawing is an established technology in the CNC cutting space utilized for its speed, quick lead times, and auxiliary powers in supporting other manufacturing processes. Consider submitting an RFQ through manufacturing services such as ProdEX to get started today.

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