thicker wheels last longer,
but that increased durability comes at a price.
Thicker wheels cut slower and generate more friction
and heat through the cut —
often discoloring the workpiece and requiring additional steps to finish.
Always consider the material when selecting the best wheel for the job.
On harder steels and alloys —
such as armored steels, titanium, stainless, high nickel alloys and cast iron,
which generate significant heat throughout the cutting process —
it’s cost effective to upgrade to a cutting wheel that is more resistant to heat.
Zirconia alumina and ceramic alumina are good choices in these applications.
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