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C-40 Band Saw

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Item# 84114
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Product Features

  • Simple construction with few moving parts
  • New High Speed Motor for fastest cutting available
  • Direct drive - no belts or pulleys
  • Powerful motor located on top, away from the water
  • Huge water reservoir under the work surface
  • One square foot of unobstructed work surface
  • Under table blade guide and new blade guide above table


Product Description

The C-40 Band Saw is very fast, quiet and reliable. It removes a thin line of material as it cuts, and is best suited for lapidary work and for cutting thick slabs of glass. It is designed for cutting intricate patterns in hard material, and is used often in industry for cutting exotic materials.

The diamond blade on the band saw is useful for cutting a variety of hard materials. Stone, tile, ceramics and similar materials can be cut as easily as glass. The speed at which the saw cuts will be determined by the thickness and the hardness of the material being cut. Harder materials will wear the blade faster.

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Product Details

  • Motor: 1/3 hp Direct Drive DC
  • p.> Motor Speed: 2850 rpm
  • Blade Speed: 40 mph
  • Platform Area: One Square Foot
  • Weight: 10.0 lbs
  • Coolant System: Re-circulating tap water
  • Coolant Reservoir: 10 inches by 9 inches
  • Tension Adjustment: Single Knob - Semi-automatic
  • Blade Dimensions: 37" circumference, .020" wide, .140" deep
  • Warranty: 1 year

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  •   C-40 Bandsaw
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Pros : Fast blade changes. Easy set up. Accurate cutting. Simple to clean. Nice big smooth deck makes cutting easier.
Cons : Blade picks up water from the reservoir and deposits too much of it on the table. The two sponges to help prevent this could be improved.
Other Thoughts : I use this in my home stained glass workshop and must say it does everything I need to do. It cuts with accuracy and the blade life is extraordinary.
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Pros : Able to cut with great amount of detail and fairly easily.
Cons : Works best with smaller pieces, larger pieces hard to manipulate and run into the side structure.
Other Thoughts : I've been very happy with my purchase.
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