Introducing the STANDARD B-180 Manual Bandsaw (Horizontal and Vertical) – Your Precision Cutting Companion!
When precision meets versatility, the STANDARD B-180 Manual Bandsaw takes center stage. This exceptional machine effortlessly combines horizontal and vertical cutting capabilities to provide you with unparalleled flexibility in your metalworking projects. Designed to meet the needs of both DIY enthusiasts and professional metalworkers, the STANDARD B-180 is your go-to tool for top-notch craftsmanship.
Dual Cutting Modes: Seamlessly switch between horizontal and vertical cutting to tackle a wide range of applications. From straight cuts to intricate curves, this bandsaw does it all.
Optimal Size: The 7x12 cutting capacity ensures you have the perfect balance between size and performance, making it ideal for small to medium-sized metal pieces.
Precision in Every Cut: Equipped with a durable blade and user-friendly controls, this bandsaw delivers accuracy and repeatability in your projects.
Sturdy Construction: Built to last, the STANDARD B-180 boasts a robust frame and reliable components, guaranteeing years of dependable service.
Safety First: A well-designed safety guard and integrated features ensure safe and secure operation, giving you peace of mind while you work.
Efficient Motor: The powerful motor ensures smooth and consistent cutting, reducing time and effort required for your tasks.
The STANDARD B-180 Manual Bandsaw is the perfect companion for metalworkers seeking precision, versatility, and durability. Whether you're cutting mild steel, aluminum, or other metals, this machine excels in delivering clean, accurate cuts every time.
Upgrade your metalworking game with the STANDARD B-180 – Your 7x12 band saw solution for impeccable results. Experience the difference today!
A 7” round and 7”x12” rectangular cut capacity at 90° is offered by the Manual Bandsaw.
Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)
Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit
Set up the saw: Place the material to be cut on the saw table and adjust the vise to hold it securely in place. Adjust the blade guides to ensure that the blade is properly positioned for the cut.
Adjust the saw for the cut: Adjust the angle of the saw blade and the position of the saw head to make the desired cut.
Start the saw: Turn on the power to the saw and wait for the blade to reach full speed.
Make the cut: Slowly lower the saw head onto the material being cut, using the handwheel or foot pedal to control the speed. Move the material through the blade to complete the cut.
Turn off the saw: When the cut is complete, turn off the power to the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop.
Clean up: Remove the cut material from the saw table and clean up any debris or scraps.
Note: Always wear appropriate safety gear, including eye protection and gloves, when using a bandsaw. Follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines for your specific saw.
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