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How to Break in Your Soff-Cut Blades

When you break in your Soff-Cut blade before using it can lead to your blades lasting longer and a cleaner cut. Before making any cuts, you MUST break in your blades! This exposes the diamonds in the segments which not only allow the blade to cut faster but prolong the life of the Soff-Cut blade. Make sure you are maximizing your productivity by breaking in your blades before you cut!

Steps to Break in Your Soff-Cut Blade:

  1. Put your blade on the saw.
  2. In the material you are cutting, run your Soff-Cut saw at 50% RPM for 15-30 feet.
    "This technique allows the blade to "warm up" and exposes the diamonds in the segments."
  3. Raise the RPMs back up to 100% and continue cutting like normal.


Watch how to break in your Soff-Cut blades.

Now that the diamonds in the segments are exposed the blade should get 100% of its intended life and speed. Early entry cutting is a great technique to prevent random cracking in concrete during its finishing phase. Putting relief cuts in concrete before it sets will force the cracking underneath the relief cuts, eliminating the chance of random cracking. If you still have problems with your Soff-Cut blades, you might have the incorrect blade for your cutting application. Make sure you know how to Select Your Soff-Cut Blades.

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