Specialized production of a multi-blade saw for logs in the woodworking machinery industry is an effective approach to reduce production investment, improve product quality and grade, enhance technological level and production efficiency.

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Globally, the development of woodworking machinery multi-blade saws aims to improve timber utilization, enhance processing accuracy, increase production efficiency, and achieve automation while prioritizing energy efficiency, environmental friendliness, and safety. As the demand level in the furniture industry rises, there is a growing requirement for standardized and specialized production of woodworking machinery, improved product quality, the development of new varieties, increased labor productivity, and resource conservation.

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Recently, we have observed some common issues encountered by wood processing companies during the use of multi-blade saws for logs. 

Firstly, let’s address the issue of voltage: 

A customer encountered a problem where the multi-blade saw for logs could not operate properly due to insufficient voltage. Initially, they overlooked the voltage issue and were unsure if the problem was with the saw itself. After considerable effort, they discovered that the voltage in their factory was inadequate. When troubleshooting, it is crucial to ensure a voltage of 380V.

Secondly, Choose high quality alloy saw blades: 

When the multi-blade saw continuously cuts with its alloy teeth, the generated heat is conducted to the saw plate. High-quality saw plates can maintain high precision under such conditions, while inferior blades may cause the saw plate to warp, affecting the cutting accuracy of the lumber. Alloy teeth can be sharpened multiple times, extending their lifespan. The quality of the cemented carbide welding is also essential, with thin and uniform weld seams enabling the teeth to withstand greater cutting forces.

Thirdly, it’s important to understand that the normal operation of a multi-blade saw for logs relies on the coordination of four systems: 

the power system, transmission system, auxiliary system, and working system. Woodworking machinery multi-blade saw equipment is thoroughly tested and can operate perfectly when it leaves the factory. However, issues may arise after long-distance transportation, with the most common problem being loose screws in certain components. Therefore, upon arrival at the destination, it is crucial to check the tightness of screws and nuts in all parts to ensure they are properly fastened. Additionally, after prolonged operation, it is important to pay attention to the tension of the belts, as loose belts render the power ineffective.

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