Band Sawing

Saw conversion from Coolant to Near Dry – no mess, dry chips

October 8, 2018

Check out our new nozzle manual. Previously running on a coolant mixture, this machine created an absolute mess for the…

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How to saw solid carbon steels up to 400mm diameter

October 4, 2017

Here we show how we can simply modify an existing band saw that had been traditionally using flood coolant and transform it into…

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Parkanson saw goes Near Dry

August 9, 2017

The owner of this saw wanted to eliminate the messy coolant that was causing skin irritation to his operators, so…

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Machining Coolant

Amazing Accuracy, we will never use flood coolant again

April 27, 2016

Near Dry Sawing This is a truly amazing example of  Near Dry Sawing. A basic Chinese machine (slightly modified) running a Rontgen…

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MEP saw goes “Near Dry”

February 10, 2016

This brand new saw installation never saw one drop of Coolant. The customer insisted that this new machine had to…

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Shark saw goes “Near Dry”

October 3, 2014

The Unist system  was set to use 10ml of Coolube 2210 per hour utilizing the patented U shaped BAT nozzle…

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Changing from Alucobond/Composite panel to Solid Aluminium Sheet

Do you find yourself having to Route 3mm solid Aluminium sheet in preference to Alucobond/Composite panel? If you are experiencing any of the following you need to talk to our John Barker (Managing Director) of Unist Australia.

  • Ragged cutting
  • Burning out cutters
  • Breaking router bits
  • Terrible surface finish
  • Just the inability to get the job done

We understand your problem, you need to lubricate the routing cutter with our 3 nozzle Coolubricator.

For help on this matter call John Barker on 02 8850 2022 or email [email protected].

Watch a Routing video: https://unist.com.au/routing

The facade industry is moving in part from ACM to Solid Aluminium panels. HVG/Alucobond Architectural are introducing MondoClad, a Pre-finished 3 mm aluminium panel.For more information go to:

http://hvgfacades.com.au/