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Zephyr + Diamond Ring Saw

$379.95 USD
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Item# 84130
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Product Features

  • Large 17-1/2" x 17-1/2" work surface
  • Features a deep 6-5/8" throat
  • Detachable motor that creates a hand-held portable saw easily
  • Replacement blade and maintenance kit included

Product Description

The Zephyr Ring Saw Includes More Than Ever Before!
Make cuts in all directions with the quiet, smooth, easy-to-operate Gryphon Zephyr. Cut glass, tile, ceramics and stone up to 1-1/2" thick on the large 17-1/2" x 17-1/2" work surface. Features a deep 6-5/8" throat and diamond coated 7" round blade. Best of all, the saw's bearings and wheels are shielded to protect them from glass dust, extending the life of these critical parts. Comes complete with a replacement blade and a maintenance kit to keep your saw running smoothly. 

The motor/ blade assembly can be easily detached, creating a hand-held saw that can be used to cut anywhere (see additional images). Overall dimensions: 18" x 18" x 11". Three year manufacturer warranty (excludes replaceable parts).

With available specialty blades you can create cuts for all your designs with ease. Fine blade #84107 provides a smooth cut on even delicate materials such as dichroic and iridescent glass. Use the separating blade #84132 to make inside cuts with no leader path (see additional images).

Available in 220/240 Volt
Also available in 220/224 international voltage version.

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Product Details

  • Motor: 1/3 hp, 110 volt
  • Fuse: 3 Amps, Fast Acting
  • Cutting Speed: Up to 25 inches/minute
  • Blade: 7", diamond coated, stainless steel
  • Work Surface: 17-1/2" x 17-1/2"
  • Throat Depth: 6-5/8" throat depth
  • Overall Dimensions: 18" x 18" x 11"
  • Warranty: 3 years

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   I find it very useful
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Pros : Cuts aggressively, Can make some nice fine inside cuts.
Cons : Aggressive nature can cause problems.
Other Thoughts : Practice with it regularly.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   ring saw
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Pros : ease of use, does a great job
Cons : grid doesn't lay flat, no splash guard, would give it 5 stars if these things were different
Other Thoughts : needs a splash guard to keep water from splashing and I would prefer that the motor was on the outside and not enclosed in the water tank, love the saw it's great
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Works well
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Pros : Have used for several years and have had no problems. Allows me to make cuts you could never do any other way.Would buy again
Cons : The amount of water it puts on the glass makes it hard to follow my cut lines. I addressed this two ways, one put my lines on the top and bottom of my glass. Two, use a paint marker.
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