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STANDARD BM-250 Manual Swing Head Bandsaw

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Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and includes sea freight to most seaports.

Description

Standard BM-250 Manual Swing Head Bandsaw:

A manual swing head bandsaw is a type of bandsaw that features a swiveling cutting head which allows the operator to make angled cuts. It is typically operated manually by the user, who feeds the material through the blade using a cutting table or vise. This type of bandsaw is often used in metalworking and woodworking applications for cutting a variety of materials, including metal, wood, plastics, and composites. It is designed for medium to heavy-duty cutting tasks and can be used for both straight and curved cuts. The saw blade is driven by a motor and is guided through the material by a set of rollers or bearings. The operator can adjust the angle of the cutting head to make angled cuts, typically up to 60 degrees.

Main Features:

  • The band saw has a maximum processing capacity of 254mm, thanks to its high-capacity motor control.
  • It has the ability to rotate from 0° to 45°, providing added versatility.
  • One of its notable advantages is its quick clamping feature.
  • The machine operates through a belt drive system and offers four cutting speeds.
  • The descent speed of the saw bow is regulated by a hydraulic cylinder.
  • Additionally, it is equipped with a sizing device that automatically halts the machine after the completion of material sawing.
  • Moreover, to ensure safety, it features a power break protection device that guarantees the machine stops in the event of a power failure.
 Specifications
  • Capacity:
    • Circular at 90° - 254mm = 10inches
    • Rectangular at 90° - 160x406mm = 6.3x16 inches
    • Circular at 45° - 170mm = 6.7inches
    • Rectangular at 45° - 160x190mm = 6.3x7.5 inches
  • Blade Speed:
    • At 60Hz - 35, 60, 88, 115MPM = 115, 197, 289, 380 SFPM (feet per minute
    • At 50Hz - 29, 50, 73, 95MPM = 95, 164, 240, 312 SFPM (feet per minute)
  • Blade Size - 27x0.9x3215mm = 1x0.035x126.6inches
  • Motor Power - 1.5kW (2HP)
  • Drive - V-belt
  • Dimensions - 1890x840x1340mm = 74.4x 33.1x 52.8 inches
  • Weight - 440kg = 970lbs
Delivery

Strictly built on order, delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Delivery


How to use a Manual Swing Head Bandsaw

Here are the basic steps to use a manual swing head bandsaw:

  1. Choose the appropriate blade for the material you will be cutting, and install it according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  2. Adjust the blade guides and tension according to the manufacturer's specifications.

  3. Position the material to be cut on the cutting table or vise, making sure it is securely clamped in place.

  4. Adjust the angle of the cutting head if necessary to make angled cuts.

  5. Turn on the saw and wait for the blade to reach full speed.

  6. Slowly and steadily feed the material into the blade, using the cutting table or vise to guide it through the cut.

  7. Use steady, even pressure to feed the material through the blade, and avoid forcing it or twisting it during the cut.

  8. When the cut is complete, turn off the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before removing the material.

  9. If making additional cuts, repeat the process from step 4.

  10. After finishing your work, turn off the saw and clean it and the cutting area thoroughly.

Description

Standard BM-250 Manual Swing Head Bandsaw:

A manual swing head bandsaw is a type of bandsaw that features a swiveling cutting head which allows the operator to make angled cuts. It is typically operated manually by the user, who feeds the material through the blade using a cutting table or vise. This type of bandsaw is often used in metalworking and woodworking applications for cutting a variety of materials, including metal, wood, plastics, and composites. It is designed for medium to heavy-duty cutting tasks and can be used for both straight and curved cuts. The saw blade is driven by a motor and is guided through the material by a set of rollers or bearings. The operator can adjust the angle of the cutting head to make angled cuts, typically up to 60 degrees.

Main Features:

  • The band saw has a maximum processing capacity of 254mm, thanks to its high-capacity motor control.
  • It has the ability to rotate from 0° to 45°, providing added versatility.
  • One of its notable advantages is its quick clamping feature.
  • The machine operates through a belt drive system and offers four cutting speeds.
  • The descent speed of the saw bow is regulated by a hydraulic cylinder.
  • Additionally, it is equipped with a sizing device that automatically halts the machine after the completion of material sawing.
  • Moreover, to ensure safety, it features a power break protection device that guarantees the machine stops in the event of a power failure.
 Specifications
  • Capacity:
    • Circular at 90° - 254mm = 10inches
    • Rectangular at 90° - 160x406mm = 6.3x16 inches
    • Circular at 45° - 170mm = 6.7inches
    • Rectangular at 45° - 160x190mm = 6.3x7.5 inches
  • Blade Speed:
    • At 60Hz - 35, 60, 88, 115MPM = 115, 197, 289, 380 SFPM (feet per minute
    • At 50Hz - 29, 50, 73, 95MPM = 95, 164, 240, 312 SFPM (feet per minute)
  • Blade Size - 27x0.9x3215mm = 1x0.035x126.6inches
  • Motor Power - 1.5kW (2HP)
  • Drive - V-belt
  • Dimensions - 1890x840x1340mm = 74.4x 33.1x 52.8 inches
  • Weight - 440kg = 970lbs
Delivery

Strictly built on order, delivery is 8-12 Weeks from Delivery

How to use a Manual Swing Head Bandsaw

Here are the basic steps to use a manual swing head bandsaw:

  1. Choose the appropriate blade for the material you will be cutting, and install it according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  2. Adjust the blade guides and tension according to the manufacturer's specifications.

  3. Position the material to be cut on the cutting table or vise, making sure it is securely clamped in place.

  4. Adjust the angle of the cutting head if necessary to make angled cuts.

  5. Turn on the saw and wait for the blade to reach full speed.

  6. Slowly and steadily feed the material into the blade, using the cutting table or vise to guide it through the cut.

  7. Use steady, even pressure to feed the material through the blade, and avoid forcing it or twisting it during the cut.

  8. When the cut is complete, turn off the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before removing the material.

  9. If making additional cuts, repeat the process from step 4.

  10. After finishing your work, turn off the saw and clean it and the cutting area thoroughly.

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