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Precision 2000 Deluxe Band Saw

$529.95 USD
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Item# 42522
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Product Features

  • Pre-installed Studio Pro Diamond blade for glass and Lexan, plus a Studio Pro Wood blade for wood and composites
  • Blade guide arm adjusts easily for varying material thickness
  • Light-weight, compact design for easy portability and storage
  • Includes a rheostat for variable speeds for more control over your cuts
  • Durable recirculating water pump with large water reservoir

Product Description

The Ultimate Hobby Saw with All the Extras!
If you've been looking for the ultimate do-anything saw, you've found it! The Precision 2000 Deluxe Band Saw is driven by a powerful, yet quiet 1/8 hp motor that will make cutting nearly any material a breeze. Equipped with a pre-installed Studio Pro Diamond blade for glass and Lexan plastics you can set up and start cutting in minutes. Switch to the included Studio Pro Wood blade easily with the spring tension mounting system for blades and you're ready to tackle cuts on wood and composites. This sturdy little saw features a rust-free aluminum frame and plastic body, making it virtually maintenance-free, perfect for the occasional user, hobbyist or weekend warrior. An included rheostat provides adjustable speed control for optimum cutting in any material, and the large water reservoir with recirculating pump will keep you cutting, even on large projects, without frequent water bottle refills. A small footprint and lightweight design offer portability and make it easy to set up and use even in small spaces, all without sacrificing precision and quality. Backed by a full 3 year manufacturer warranty (excluding blades).

View the Product Video to see how quick set-up is to get started cutting!

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Also available in the standard model.

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Product Details

  • Motor: 1/8 hp
  • Cutting Speed: 26" per minute
  • Blade Length: 36"
  • Throat Depth: 5"
  • Max. Top Blade Guide Height 1-1/2"
  • Table Size: 9" x 10"
  • Overall Size: 19"h x 11"w x 10"d
  • Weight: 11 lbs
  • Minimum Radius Cut: 1/4"
  • Warranty: 3 years (excludes blades)

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Wonderful machine
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Pros : This machine is easy to work with and the set up was not overly difficult. It has significantly cut down on production time and allows me to make "impossible" cuts.
Cons : Water tends to drain to the front of the table, and will not always land in the reservoir. However with a little shim, this improved. Perhaps making the bottom reservoir a little longer would help. It is also a little difficult to drain the reservoir.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   BEST INVESTMENT I have mad for my hobby!!!
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Pros : This saw has given me the opportunity to make more detailed projects. I can cut the curviest shapes with ease and minimal grinding. I cannow cut my projects in minutes vs hours of etching and braking glass to get close to the shape then grind to final shape.
Cons : Needs better blade guides. they wear very fast.. Could use more space between the blade and the side where the blade travels. better drainage for water on the tray.
Other Thoughts : I love this saw even with the little cons I have.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   saw use
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Pros : quick, easy and cuts very good
Cons : throat height does not allow for complete cut through on larger bottles..can cut by rotating bottle but must be REALLY careful.
Other Thoughts : can modify blade guide by cutting slots for screws gaining about 1 -1.5 inches. would like to see saw with 7-8 in height on blade guide
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