Work rest blades are subject to rough and harsh application conditions. Professional maintenance is therefore indispensable. In this area we provide two types of service: Regrinding and partial/total refitting.
Because of high work piece throughput rates, grinding pressure and abrasive pieces in the grinding emulsion, it is inevitable that the work rest blades will wear. When work rest blades have been run down, the wear - which manifests itself as a crease in the carbide, must be ground out.
The carbide is ground appropriately for the wear mark. Carbide eruptions can also be ground out here. To ensure parallelism (in the version with a sole) the blade sole is ground as well.
Taking the overall condition of the work rest blade into consideration, an assessment is made on whether partial or total tipping is necessary. In this process, old carbide is unsoldered, the carbide insert seat is remilled and cleaned and new carbide is soldered on. After this, the work rest blade is completely reground. The user receives an original equipment quality work rest blade that is as good as new.