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By: Norton Pro Cut  09-12-2011
Keywords: Clipper

The Norton brand is known for high quality, product innovation and technology advancements. With over 100 years in abrasives manufacturing, Norton is a recognized world leader. Combining the rich history of Clipper and Pro-Cut under the Norton brand name brings to the construction market a single source supplier for equipment, diamond blades/bits and abrasives with the complete trust in product performance excellence. Our equipment line will merge the Norton and Clipper names to further build one brand identity while maintaining our historical roots. With a past of inventing the first masonry saw to developing the first laser welded diamond blade, Norton continues this tradition through innovation and a commitment to the construction and rental markets. For all of your job site requirements, Norton is the cut above.

Keywords: Clipper

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09-12-2011

Jam Cutting & Step Cutting

To lock the head into position, tighten lever nut at back of saw or lower the cutting head to desired cutting depth, depending on the model saw you are using.“Step Cutting” with diamond blades is done by applying more pressure to blade and making a deeper cut.


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Wet Cutting - Diamond Blades

Always wear proper safety equipment; wear safety glasses, safety footwear, snug-fitting clothing, hearing and head protection, and respiratory equipment where required. Do be sure that the diamond saw blade is mounted on a correct diameter blade shaft between proper blade flanges and is securely hand-tightened with a wrench.


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Mounting Diamond Blades

TIGHTENING AN ABRASIVE BLADE AGAINST AN UNEVEN SURFACE COULD FRACTURE THE BLADE or cause blade to run out of alignment, causing excessive blade wear, and/or unsafe sawing conditions. Always wear appropriate safety equipment; wear safety glasses, safety footwear, snug-fitting clothing, hearing and head protection, and respiratory equipement where required.


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Dry Cutting - Diamond Blades

Do be sure that the diamond blade is mounted on a correct diameter blade shaft between proper blade flanges and is securely hand tightened with the wrench provided or an adjustable wrench no longer than 8". Do inspect the diamond blade periodically during use for core flatness, fatigue cracks, segment damage, undercutting and damage to the arbor hole.