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Dake Horizontal Band Saw: 1.00 hp Horsepower, 9 in Round Cutting Capacity, 100 SFPM Min Blade Speed, 16.0 A, 120V

Item # 281Z031

$3,130.37 Each

Product Specs

Horsepower: 1.0 hp
Round Cutting Capacity: 9 in
Minimum Blade Speed: 100 SFPM
Maximum Blade Speed: 325 SFPM
Current: 16.0 A
Voltage: 120V
Overall Length: 56 in
Overall Width: 21 in
Overall Height: 41 in
Bevel Angle: 90° to 45°
Blade Wheel Diameter: 12 in
Drive Type: Belt Drive
Electric Frequency: 60 Hz
Electrical Connection: Cord with Plug
Features: Accurate cutting-vibration free cast/machined table bed, heavy steel base, horizontally mounted guide arms, and adjustable blade guides and rollers; Operator safety- CE approved low voltage safety reset, thermo overload protection, auto shut off, blade guards, safety interlocks; Quick release vise-hand wheel action for fast change of material sizes; Wet/dry cutting with coolant pump system; Rugged gear box-bronze and steel gears, powering a fast-changed, 4-speed, v-belt drive; Hydraulic control for feeding stock at variable rates and to lock head at any height; Chip brush blade cleaner, storage in base and wheels that roll easily; Simple operation
For Blade Thickness: 0.035 in
Includes: (1) Recirculating Coolant System; (1) Low Voltage Controls With Thermo Overload; (1) Sturdy Steel Base With Wheels; (1) Vertical Cutting Table
Maximum Blade Length: 104 1⁄2 in
Maximum Blade Width: 1 in
Maximum Material Thickness: 9 in
Maximum Motor Speed: 1,720 RPM
Minimum Blade Length: 104 1⁄2 in
Mount Type: Floor
Number of Pieces: 5
Orientation: Horizontal
Phase: Single
Power Source: Corded
Speed Setting: Variable Speed
Square Cutting Capacity: 9
Table Angle Setting: Variable Angle
Table Length: 24 1⁄2 in
Table Width: 9 in
Tool Weight: 550 lb

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Taiwan, Republic of China

About Horizontal Stationary Band Saws

Use these stationary horizontal band saws to cut long metal stock to length. With horizontal band saws, the workpiece is clamped to the table and the blade is lowered and moved through the workpiece to make the cut. Clamping the workpiece improves the finish and accuracy of the cut. Band saws have a belt-like blade with sharp cutting teeth that is continuously fed through the tool as it operates, typically producing cleaner cuts than reciprocating saws.