Category Bandsaws

Bandsaws can produce a range of different cuts – ripping, curve cuts, cross cutting, bevelled cuts, and as such have become an indispensable tool in many workshops, due also to their uniform cutting action.

Bandsaws can be used to cut a variety of materials, but Metalworking and Woodworking Bandsaws are the most common. Styles and sizes widely vary, so it is essential that you identify your cutting needs first, before carefully choosing the correct saw for your business.

A few key points to remember while you are searching for a bandsaw: Wheel size – as this will determine the width of the cut available. Blade replacement – how often will you have to change the blade, and how easy is it to do for each saw? Guide system – can affect the accuracy of the cut, how much support does it provide? Motor size – how powerful a saw you require may depend on what you will be cutting. Band width – determines the radius of the curve that can be cut. Value for money – are you using your bandsaw for a hobby or business, i.e. do you want the best possible quality machine, or save as much money as possible?

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Highly efficient semiautomatic band saw with excellent cutting accuracy, used to cut middle size and large bars and sections. Its sturdy structure and arc sliding vertically on two columns provide the machine with the required stiffness and cutting unit accuracy.

  • Control unit motor 1,5 kW
  • Electric pump 0,12 kW
  • Fly wheel dimensions ø 520 mm
  • Piston stroke for lifting bow 600 mm
  • Cutting angle max 45° right – 60° left
  • Piece locking vice: max opening 710 mm
  • Jaws height 302 mm
  • Jaws length 690 mm
Motor 4 KW
Weight 2740 Kg
Overall Dimensions 1500 x 3500 x 2400mm
Vice Capacity 710mm
Cutting Thickness 1.5mm
Coolant Tank Capacity 50 Litres
Blade Size (LxWxT) 5540 x 41 x 1.3mm
Speeds 0-90 m/1′
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