Resin bond blade, with the characteristic of free-cutting and self-sharpening, can efficiently improve cut quality and efficiency on ductile and gummy materials such as QFNs and coppers and on hard-and-brittle materials such as glass and ceramics.
Electro-formed Nickel bond blade, featured by ultra thin, high strength and stiffness, is extremely rigid. It can give high endurance and robust properties during cutting process while maintaining very low blade wearing rate.
Metal bond blade, sintered and mold pressed under high temp. and pressure, has high rigidity and long blade life. With higher wear-resistance, balanced blade wearing profile, and higher stiffness, the metal bond blades can effectively reduce cutting defects such as slant cut and PKG size/profile issues while providing very long blade life.
Vitrified bond blade with high rigidity and cutting capability is able to keep the straightness on the entry and exit point and precision of work dimension during high-loading process. Consequently, this kind of blade realizes advanced machining on hard materials such as crystals and sapphires.