You know what a Robotic Pool Cleaner is?

Robotic pool cleaners are become popular in our life to help us clean our pool easily and effectively. They are low-voltage, self-directed automatic pool vacuums that clean the floor, steps and walls of a residential, public swimming pool. There are some famous brands in market such as: Dolphin, Aquabot, Maytronics,…

To make the pool cleaner work, we will connect a transformer to a standard wall outlet and a 30 to 100 foot-long power cord then connects the transformer to the best  pool cleaner.

Best pool cleaners are safe to operate.

They are totally safe so don’t worry you will be dangerous when using. Even though the transformer runs up to 110 or 220 colts AC, it drops the voltage down to a much safer 24 volts DC to power the unit. That is how they safe when operate.

How Robotic pool cleaner work?

Robotic pool cleaners work based on using two electric motors: a drive motor which moves the unit around the pool. Some cases, we will use a jest drive in place of wheels which are driven by an electric motor. And a water pump which using to sucks dirt into the device’s filter.

Nowadays, there are many robotic pool cleaners are automatically and computer-controlled using the most efficient path to clean your pool’s special surfaces. You will surprise about their performance. You will see how efficiently they work. It will help you save money spend on chemicals and energy compared to less smart units which rely on your pump’s circulation system.

Moreover, some robotic pool provide a remote control which you can use to drive the system from a far distance such as where you seat, very useful and convenient.

Save energy and cost for maintenance.

Compared the normal pool cleaners, robotic pool cleaners are not connected to the pool’s water pump, different from a pressure or suction-based cleaner  so there are not additional back pressure on the pool’s system. It will help you avoid using a booster pump or install new plumbing, which saves a lot of cost.

Robotic pool cleaners help Save energy and cost for maintenance.

1. Contact Adhesive Drive

The rubber tracks on Robotic Pool cleaners which have a big sticky contact patch on them, these will adhere to vertical pool surfaces better than plastic tracks and wheels. This design minimizes slippage on horizontal surface so it will save time on cleaning with this robotic pool cleaners.

2. Intelligent Navigation

Surely when your pool cleaners using intelligent navigation software to control the route, you will save time to clean and reduce energy consumption also.

3. Variable Timer

You will control the working time for the pool cleaners by setting up a variable timer. Your pool cleaner will only turn on when needed. This feature will help triple your energy efficiency.

Great filtration

We can see a robotic pool cleaner work as an excellent pool filter which is easy to clean. pool filter that’s easy to clean.  With a mesh down to 2 microns which is not common for a filters, these robotic pool cleaner can clean even the finest particles.

Beside there are other advantages we can consider buying a best robotic pool cleaner. List 10 great features make us want to buy a robotic pool cleaner can be listed as below:

  1. Save energy and running costs
  2. Excellent efficient cleaning
  3. Extremely simple installation
  4. Maintenance-friendly
  5. Lower chemical usage
  6. Not much noisy when working
  7. No pump upgrade needed
  8. Simple in using, just drop it in water and do the other things
  9. Can climb and scrub walls
  10. Great product warranties

There are a lot of reasons make you want to get one immediately. With Robotic pool cleaners, you will don’t need to worry about cleaning your pool. When you really understand what is robotic pool cleaners and how they work, you will feel how useful they are. That’s the reason why they are more and more become popular in our vital applicants system.

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Use table band saw

 

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Types of the band saw blade and general rules for usage

The band saw blade is one of the main parts of the band saw and it has the most important influence on machining workpieces. Depending on your job’s requirements, you can choose different types of blades. There are four main types with particular tooth patterns: regular tooth, hook tooth, skip-tooth and wavy-set. Now, I will explain clearly about these kinds of saw blades.

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Regular tooth

The regular tooth consists of straight faced tooth with deep gullets. It is used for general metal cutting.

Hook tooth

The hook tooth saw blade is created with widely spaced teeth and deep gullets, it is used to cut some soft materials such as plastics, non-ferrous metals, and hardwoods.

Skip tooth

The skip-tooth, with wide set teeth, often breaks up the chips. It is suitable for cutting soft non-ferrous metals namely aluminum, copper, zinc.

Wavy-set

When using to cut some kinds of metals such as ferrous metals, you should choose a wavy-set blade.  The wavy-set has tooth which are set in groups with increasing to left and right. It is generally used for cutting difficult cutting shapes such as sheets, tubes, pipes and small shapes.

GENERAL RULES FOR USAGE

Even for the best band saw, there are some rules you need to follow to have the best effectiveness and works safely.

  1. Before cutting, you need to check that the band saw blade is properly sharpened and the blade damaged or not when it is overheating. The saw blade is purple color after cooling.
  2. The band saw blade must be properly straightened. Remember that do not straighten the blade too much because this can cause disruption of the blade.
  3. The guidance of blade and guiding wheels must be clean from chips. The distance between the top guidance and the workpieces should be as possible so that the blade achieves maximum stability when cutting.
  4. When cutting the workpieces, you should hold the cutting material with both hands. Do not use extra force on the blade.
  5. After starting, ensure that the proper cutting speed is achieved. Do not shorten or slow down the cutting cycle by friction of the blade.
  6. While cutting big dimensions, it is important to use a fixed clamp. Put materials in the band saw carefully.
  7. It is necessary to replace the band saw blade and regular maintenance (even if not dull). A new saw blade need to fit for your machine.
  8. Do not let the band saw to heat up exceeding the permitted level. If this happens, stop cutting the blade immediately and after cooling the saw blade and sharpen it again. You can also check the straightness to prevent heating from the blade.
  9. Replace or adjust the band saw blade if it is broken or cracked.
  10. After finishing cutting process, do not keep the band saw blade straightened, need to loosen it.
  11. During cutting process, the saw blade must be cooled immediately after machining materials.
  12. Use suitable coolants for the machine with the appropriate rate.

Here is basic information about the blades and some best tips for usage. Besides, you can also check more extra details in the band saw reviews. I hope that they are useful for you in using the band saw.

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How to use a table band saw

The table band saw can make quick cuts and is precisely in creating projects with wood in a home workshop. However, using a table band saw requires extreme care, but if you do it in the right way, the results are worth the effort.

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Steps 1

Decides the type and size of machine you need. The table band saws are usually slightly smaller than their peers. Here are some points you should consider:

Capacity: Capacity. There are two measures to the ability of band saws, one describes the width of the cutting that the band saw is able to do and the other is the thickness of the material to be cut. A common belt saw can cut from 22.5 to 25 cm (9-10 inches) wide and can cut through materials from 7.5 to 10 cm (3-4 inches) thick.

The cutting speed:  A Band saw with adjustable speed is a little more flexible than the single-speed machine, but it costs more. For reasons of practicality, a saw with one speed work for most projects involving cutting wood.

Blade length: Although the length of the blade does not affect the cutting itself, it is better for you to select a saw that uses a common blade size available in different types of toothed blades and blade widths.

Features of the table: That is, the table band saw which has table made from heavy and durable materials such as cast aluminum is able to provide more versatility than the fixed and simple tables.

Easy to use: Make sure no special tools or complicated setup procedures are required.

Security: Choose a machine that has a double insulation or grounding plug and provide good visibility around the cutting area. It should have a lock switch to prevent children turning on the saw if they have access to it without supervision.

Power consumption requirements: Most tools of this type operate on standard household electrical voltage depending on the country in which you buy. The largest and most commercial or industrial machines may require a three-phase system that is not available in a common household.

Step 2

Set your saw. Read all manufacturers’ instructions and safety information before assembling new tape. Sets the machine at a comfortable working height, usually just above the waist of whom operates. Make sure you have enough available light sources. The table band saws must be secured to the table to prevent the machine from toppling over and new machines should come with fasteners for this purpose.

Step 3

Select the correct blade for your cutting project. There are two criteria for this choice, the width of the blade and teeth per inch (DPP). Here are some examples of both:

Blade width: It refers to the physical width of the blade itself. The narrower blades allow shorter turning radius for intricate spirals work. The broader blades tend to be more durable, allowing less flexibility and dissipate heat more efficiently.

  • The blades of 4 mm (1/8 inch) blades are narrower to cut the smallest possible arc.
  • The blades of 7 mm (1/4 inch) are narrow blades to cut a small circle or arc.
  • Blades of 9 mm (5/16 inch) are blades for all purposes. They can make a cutting radius of about 7.5 cm (3 inches), depending on the hardness and thickness of the wood, and are a little more durable than the thin blades of 7 mm (1/4 inch).
  • The blades of 10 mm (3/8 inch) are unsuitable for sharp curves. They give very good results in straight cuts and miter and usually retain their edge longer than thinner blades.

The number of teeth per inch determines the effect of the cut in the material you want to cut. A high DPP will create a smoother cut, but cut at a slower rate, while a low DPP cut faster, but make a rough cut.

  • DPP 16 blades have very small teeth and usually very little inclination or angle deviation in each tooth. Normally they used to cut very thin material, less than 14 mm (1/2 inch), at slower speeds.
  • DPP 12 blades are used for thin and smooth cuts of wood up to 2.5 cm (1 inch) thick, for which a smooth finishing cut is required.
  • 8 DPP blades are almost at the same size as the blades of hand saws for all purposes and make a smooth cut of wood up to 5 cm (2 inches) thick or more at a faster rate.
  • Blades interspersed with teeth, adjustable hook teeth and teeth are also available for specialized purposes cuts.

Another specification of the blade that you have to consider is the thickness of it. The smaller wheels of the band saw (pulleys type rollers that hold and guide the blade) must be thinner blade, as this is continually bent while turning around these components.

Step 4

Make sure the saw is disconnected when performing the following steps. Merely turn the saw is not a safe alternative, because it is possible that the pressure switch while you work on the machine.

Step 5

Adjust the blade tension of the band saw according to manufacturer’s instructions. Most saws have a screw or knob to adjust the tension on the top and back of the machine. The blade should be tight enough so it does not slip or diverted to cut, but a too tight blade can damage the saw. A common way to test the blade tension is to lift the blade to the maximum height and press the sides of it. It must move about 3 mm (1/8 inch) to apply a few kilos (pounds) of pressure in this way. However, see the manufacturer’s instructions for specific information according to your machine.

Step 6

Check the alignment of the blade. For this step you need to open the cover on the upper wheel assembly, which is normally closed with clamps or screws with knobs. Turn the upper wheel with hands and watching the position of the blade on the wheel. You must turn the wheel center without moving or diverted for 10 or 20 complete revolutions. Turn the adjustment knob to the correct alignment position of the blade on the wheel if it does not rotate as it should. Close all access panels to complete this step.

Step 7

Set the blade guides. Most table saws have a movable guide blade extends under the cover of the upper wheel. Usually there is an adjustment knob or lever to lock or unlock the unit to allow quick and easy changes. The blade guide should be fairly close to the surface of the wood that you are going to cut, but not so close to lock or jam wood. Leave a space of at least 7 mm (1/4 inch) of the widest part of the timber and ensures the guidance in this position.

Step 8

Adjust the table saw. For a square cut, one that is perpendicular to the work table, use a square block or a piece of square wood to visually check the alignment of the sheet. If the saw is pre-set to zero in the angle indicator scale, using the zero mark or 90 degrees to facilitate this step.

Step 9

Set guides miter to make a straight cut. If your saw is equipped with these guides, they will hold the piece of wood in alignment between 90 and 45 degrees.

Step 10

Make the cut on the piece of wood that you use. Marking clear and easy to distinguish lines by using either soft lead pencil or pen which is suitable for this purpose. Do not use a pen ink timber, you should have a natural finish or dyed with a transparent or translucent ink!

Step 11

Check that you have the necessary space for cutting. You do not want to be cut in half just to realize that the piece of wood does not rotate or cannot pass through completely. Now it’s time to plug the saw.

Step 12

Make the cut. Turn the saw, let gripping speed and check that the blade is rotating in a straight and direct line. If you notice any movement or deflection of the blade, stop and check the assembly to adjust properly. Keep your fingers as far as possible from the saw blade and tape passes the piece of wood so that the blade cutting follows the mark you made.

Advice

  • You should give the machine a good maintenance and cleaning. Remove dust that accumulates in the dust ejection tubes and oil blade guide regularly.
  • Select an appropriate band saw for the entire range of your cutting needs. The table saws are suitable for limited spaces, but the biggest and the ground coupled machines are much more versatile.

Warnings

  • Always disconnect the saw to adjust or replace the blades.
  • Make sure you have sufficient lighting for the task you perform.
  • Use safety goggles and a dust mask when cutting.
  • A band saw and all power tools can be dangerous if not properly used. Use it in a large area enough to hold the piece of wood and blade passes by keeping your fingers at a safe distance.

Things You’ll Need

  • Suitable band saw blades
  • Bench or table saw to mount

Pieces of wood to the needs of your project

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Making two interesting toys from wood by using band saw.

Do you think you can create wooden toys to present your children? It is definitely possible by using a best band saw. Actually, the best band saw is such a useful machining tool for woodworkers. However, everyone can use it to create numerous wood toys. Here is an instruction for you to make a wooden car as well as helicopter. Follow it and plan to do now.

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Making a helicopter from wood.

You need to prepare:

  • A small-sized Band Saw is suitable.
  • A Large piece of ¼ inch-depth Birch timber
  • Medium sheet of ¼ inch-depth Cedar timber
  • Metal rods for axles, Wood Glue, Drill and drill bits are necessary.

Now, let’s do it:

Be sure that you have already had your plans for your helicopter. It is easy for you to look for and download any plans on the internet.

Step 1: make the body of Helicopter

  • Place your plans on top of the birch timber and use a builder’s pencil to trace over them so as it indents the timber.
  • Using your band saw cut out the shape defined by the tracing paper which should end up being 6 ¾” long and 4” tall.
  • Cut two holes near the bottom 1 inch apart and 9/16” from the edges.
  • Cut three of these shapes in Birch and two in Cedar, then you have five similar parts.
  • Place them in turn: a birch, then cedar, then birch, then cedar, then birch. Now, you have the shape of the helicopter.
  • Finally, glue them together, ensure there is no glue run over the sides, use clamps to press the timber together at the four corner areas. Remember not to apply too much pressure

Step two: make rotor

  • Cut two identical pieces in birch timber to make the blades which should be 4 ¼” long and 1/2” wide. In each blade, cut a hole in the dead center.

Step three: complete the helicopter.

  • Leave the helicopter at least 8 hours to be sure the glue is set firm then drill a hole in the rotor blades center. You need to use sandpaper around the body to remove marks left.
  • Drill holes: a front and rear hole for the axle that are far from the front and back ½ inch and the bottom an inch
  • Combine the axle blade with the wheel and blade at the top of the helicopter by using the wood glue.
  • Leave the helicopter to dry. Using sandpaper if necessary.
  • To decorate the helicopter, apply over it clear oil before painting

Now, you have a wooden completed helicopter. Learn to practice more with tools and wood to create more interesting toys. It is an easy project for home wood enthusiast with only band saw and some extra tools.

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