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Taurus 3 Ring Saw

Price $419.95
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Item# 57003
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Product Features

  • Greater blade exposure plus a built-in bright white light provides greater visibility for more precise cuts
  • The entire working part of the saw snaps out of the water bath and contains its own water so it can be used as a portable saw
  • Built to last - constructed with metal reinforced polycarbonate
  • Now includes an instructional DVD and blade stabilizer


Product Description

Everything You Want in a Ring Saw
The most popular ring saw in glass! The Taurus 3 features a 1/5 HP motor, 5-3/4" multi-directional blade and weighs only 14 pounds! Three year manufacturer warranty (excluding blades).

Advantages of the Taurus 3 Ring Saw:

  • Amazing Portability: the saw snaps out of its reservoir turning it into a hand-held saw so you can make cuts anywhere
  • Quieter: half the noise of older models
  • Large Work Surface: 17-3/4" x 16" with 5-5/8" throat depth
  • Built-in spotlight and flip-up face shield
  • Simpler: less maintenance and easier cleaning
  • Grinds as it cuts!
  • New: Includes instructional DVD and blade stabilizer
  • Three year warranty (excluding blades)
The Taurus 3 saw has a large water reservoir to keep your blade flushed and cool. Simply fill the reservoir with clean water (approximately 1 gallon) until it reaches half way up the bottom blue pulley.

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

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Product Details

  • Motor: 1/5 hp, 110 volt, 60 Hz
  • Blade: 5 3/4", diamond coated, stainless steel
  • Work Surface: 17 3/4” x 16”
  • Throat Depth: 5 5/8"
  • Throat Height: 5 5/8”
  • Weight: 14LBS
  • Controls: On/Off Switch
  • Warranty: 3 Year Manufacturer

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   LOVE IT
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Pros : WORKS GREAT
Cons : NONE
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Ring saw
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Pros : Works great for making cuts that would be impossible otherwise. Easy to use.
Cons : The instruction dvd that comes with it is so goofy it makes it feel like it’s some big joke. I use this machine professionally and would have preferred more straightforward instructions.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Excellent for beginners
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Pros : Easy to assemble Good Instructional DVD Cuts and grinds at the same time
Cons : The face shield gets splattered with glass and water and becomes hard to see through. I found it easier to take the shield off and just wear safety glasses.
Other Thoughts : If you want to cut intricate shapes, you need to get this saw.
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