Sawing Products

The sawing technology area has enough depth to cover more than just band and circular sawing machines. It has information on blade selection and use, lubricant selection, and sawing safety.

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Sawing system cuts ferrous, nonferrous metals

October 13, 2009

Advanced Machine & Eng. Co. (AME) has announced the introduction of the AMSAW® S300 sawing system, designed to cut ferrous and nonferrous metals.Its capacity is 3 to 12 in., and it uses cermet or carbide-tipped, disposable or regrindable saw blades in diameters from 24 to 36 in. The spindle...

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Vertical column cold saw suitable for high-volume work

September 9, 2009

The Kalamazoo Machine Tool Model C320SA vertical column cold saw is designed for semiautomatic production sawing of tubes, profiles, and small solids. The saw features two spindle speeds, 17 and 34 RPM, and accepts blades up to 12 in. diameter. Simple operator controls feature powered vise and...

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Circular sawing machines hold cut-length tolerances as close as ±0.0008 in.

September 9, 2009

Klingelhofer Corp.'s Bimax automatic circular sawing machines are designed for accurate cutting of bars, tubes, and shapes.The high-precision Swiss machines hold cut length tolerances as close as ±0.0008 in. They are designed to use either high-speed steel or solid carbide saw...

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Benchtop miter band saw has variable electronic speed control, ergonomic grip

August 11, 2009

Dayton's benchtop dry cut miter band saw features a variable electronic speed control and ergonomic grip with a built-in start/stop switch. The saw head swivels and locks for miter cutting while the workpiece remains fixed. An integrated vise on the base helps ensure secure cutting.The saw is...

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Horizontal band saw now available with hydraulic vising

July 20, 2009

Marvel Mfg. Co., Oshkosh, Wis., has announced that its Spartan Model S330 horizontal band saw now is available with hydraulic vising.The new Model S330HV features an hydraulic work holding vise in addition to other standard features, such as a 12-in. by 18-in capacity, miter cutting up to 60...

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Vacuum system for carbide circular saws introduced

July 20, 2009

Marvel Mfg. Co., Oshkosh, Wis., has introduced a vacuum system for use with carbide circular saws used in cutting tubing.The vacuum removes the hardened chips from the center of the tube, preventing damage to the carbide or cermet teeth and improving blade life.The vacuum head positioning arm...

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Twin post band saw designed for specialty steels

July 20, 2009

Marvel Mfg. Co., Oshkosh, Wis., has added the PA460-HD production band saw designed to cut specialty steels to its Spartan line.The twin post machine combines rigid construction, a 10-HP blade drive, and enhanced coolant delivery. An innovative vibration dampening system helps to reduce noise...

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Band saw handles large billets, bundles

July 20, 2009

Marvel Mfg. Co., Oshkosh, Wis., has added the PA700HD production band saw with a capacity of 28 in. by 32 in. to its Spartan line. The saw is suitable for large billets and bundles.The twin post machine features a 2.5-in. blade and a 15-HP motor. The saw's vibration dampening system helps to reduce...

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Band saw blades suitable for interrupted cutting applications

July 14, 2009

The L.S. Starrett Co. has introduced the Versatix™ MP line of multipurpose band saw blades. They feature a new tooth design that is suitable for interrupted cutting applications in structural steels, tubes, and small solids. The patent-pending design dissipates heat during cutting to help...

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Automatic band saw for job shops released

June 9, 2009

Hyd-Mech Group Ltd. has released the SM10CNC single-miter automatic band saw for job shops. It features a 10-in. round or 7 - by 11-in. capacity at 90 degrees; a 1-in. blade; a 2.5-HP direct-drive inverter blade with variable band speed (50 to 330 SFM); and 60-degree, one-way mitering. Variable...

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V-blocks facilitate cutting with 14-in. saws

May 12, 2009

The M. K. Morse Co. offers Metal Devil® V-blocks for cutting with 14-in. saws. The blocks strengthen clamping performance of a saw's vise system by holding round, square, and rectangular materials securely.Several vise configurations can be used to optimize cutting results on a variety of...

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10.25-in. carbide saw introduced

May 11, 2009

Tsune America LLc has added the TK5C-260G ferrous carbide saw to its product line. The machine is equipped with a resharpenable 830 mm diameter carbide saw blade that provides a cutting capacity from 3.15 in. to 10. 25 in. in diameter and 3.15 in. to 8.86 in. for squares.The machine has a fully...

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Band saw blade lines expanded

April 14, 2009

The L.S. Starrett Co. offers several new band saw blade lines.Developed for cutting structural steels, sections, tubes, and small solids, the Versatix™ MP bimetal blade has a patent-pending tooth design that copes with the shock-loading conditions associated with intermittent cutting. This...

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End prep tool holds up to three blades at once

March 10, 2009

The MILLHOG® line of end prep tools from ESCO Tool comes with the EscoLock™ blade lock system, which holds up to three blades at once to allow simultaneous beveling, facing, and boring without cutting oils.The system features a wedge lock design that holds tighter while it works....

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Dual-column, automatic band saw features limit switch, programmable part counter

March 10, 2009

Knuth Machine Tools USA Inc. offers the ABS 320C automated band saw with a twin-column guide system. It uses a powered pinch roller system with 3/4-HP hydraulic motor for automated, rapid material advancement. Designed with a limit switch to cut lengths accurately, the machine also comes equipped...

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