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Apollo Ring Saw by Gemini Saw Company

$997.95 USD
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Item# 57309
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  • Saw Includes: Slide Tray, Magnetic Angles & Mounting Hardware
  • Make straight cuts up to 16" diagonally, slice through materials up to 3" thick
  • Powerful motor delivers 10 times the torque of a standard tile saw for fast, clean cuts
  • Smooth glide work surface and guides make straight cuts a cinch
  • Change blades quickly and easily with self contained blade cartridges!
  • Also Required: Blades and Blade Cartridges (sold separately)


Product Description

Three Saws in One!
Combining the best features of precision cutting ring saw technology with traditional tile saw concepts in a revolutionary design, the Apollo takes your ability to transform glass and tile into any shape to new heights. Make straight cuts up to 16" diagonally, slice through materials up to 3" thick and create intricate shapes even in thick tile all with one saw.

Advantages of the Apollo Ring Saw:

  • Change blades quickly and easily with self contained blade cartridges!
  • Quick and easy set up
  • Grinds as it cuts producing smooth edges
  • Smooth glide work surface and guides make straight cuts a cinch
  • Powerful motor delivers 10 times the torque of a standard tile saw for fast, clean cuts
Note: Blades and Blade cartridges are sold seperately.

Available in 220/240 Volt
Also available in a 220/240 international voltage version.

Product Details

  • Horsepower: 1/3
  • Voltage: 110
  • Weight: 32lbs
  • Saw Dimensions: 11" x 20" x 21"
  • Controls: On/Off Switch
  • Warranty: 3 Year Manufacturer

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  •   Great Apollo saw
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Pros : This machine Is excellent for small shops . it cuts as advertised leaving a nice smooth edge.
Cons : Cleaning out the bottom tray in not my cup of tea.That needs some sort of upgrade due to the Glass crude sticking to it. I use a heavy bent cooper wire to dig out.
Other Thoughts : I still would'nt trade this machine. I'm going to try The sander that goes with it next
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