Standard CO-275 HSS | Steel Blade Cut off Saw - STANDARD Direct

STANDARD CO-275 HSS Steel Blade Cut off Saw

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*Products are built on order, general delivery is 8~16weeks and include Sea Freight to most ports

Description

Standard CO-275 HSS Steel Blade Cut Off Saw - 250mm Diameter blade: 

A Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade is a power tool designed for cutting through various materials, such as metal, wood, and plastics. The saw features a circular blade with a diameter of 250mm, mounted on a motorized arbor that rotates at high speeds. The blade is made of steel and has sharp teeth on its edges that help it cut through materials with ease. The saw also has a sturdy base that keeps it stable during use and a cutting guide that helps ensure precise cuts. This type of saw is commonly used in metalworking and construction industries for cutting large sections of metal pipes, rods, or beams.

Specifications
  • 90° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø70mm = 2.76 inches
    • Square Pipe - 70x70mm = 2.76 x 2.76 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 80x60mm = 3.15 x 2.36 inches
  • 45° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø60mm = 2.36 inches
    • Square Pipe - 55x55mm = 2.17 x 2.17 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 70x60mm = 2.76 x 2.36 inches
  • Motor - 2.0-2.4kW = 2.68-3.22 horsepower
  • Blade Speed - 50-100rpm
  • Max. Pincer Width - 105mm = 4.13 inches
  • Blade Diameter - Ø275mm = 0.83 inches
  • Weight - 170kg = 374.79 pounds
Delivery

Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit


How to use a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw

Using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade typically involves the following steps:

  1. First, make sure you have all the necessary safety equipment, including eye and ear protection, a dust mask, and gloves.

  2. Adjust the cutting depth of the blade to match the thickness of the material you are cutting. The saw should have a depth adjustment lever or knob for this purpose.

  3. Secure the material you want to cut to the saw's base using clamps or a vise.

  4. Turn on the saw and wait for it to reach full speed before lowering the blade onto the material.

  5. Slowly feed the material into the blade, keeping your hands and fingers away from the cutting area.

  6. Once the blade has cut through the material, turn off the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before removing the cut piece.

  7. Repeat the process for any additional cuts you need to make.

Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines when using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade, and take appropriate safety precautions to avoid injury.

Description

Standard CO-275 HSS Steel Blade Cut Off Saw - 250mm Diameter blade: 

A Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade is a power tool designed for cutting through various materials, such as metal, wood, and plastics. The saw features a circular blade with a diameter of 250mm, mounted on a motorized arbor that rotates at high speeds. The blade is made of steel and has sharp teeth on its edges that help it cut through materials with ease. The saw also has a sturdy base that keeps it stable during use and a cutting guide that helps ensure precise cuts. This type of saw is commonly used in metalworking and construction industries for cutting large sections of metal pipes, rods, or beams.

Specifications
  • 90° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø70mm = 2.76 inches
    • Square Pipe - 70x70mm = 2.76 x 2.76 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 80x60mm = 3.15 x 2.36 inches
  • 45° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø60mm = 2.36 inches
    • Square Pipe - 55x55mm = 2.17 x 2.17 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 70x60mm = 2.76 x 2.36 inches
  • Motor - 2.0-2.4kW = 2.68-3.22 horsepower
  • Blade Speed - 50-100rpm
  • Max. Pincer Width - 105mm = 4.13 inches
  • Blade Diameter - Ø275mm = 0.83 inches
  • Weight - 170kg = 374.79 pounds
Delivery

Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw

Using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade typically involves the following steps:

  1. First, make sure you have all the necessary safety equipment, including eye and ear protection, a dust mask, and gloves.

  2. Adjust the cutting depth of the blade to match the thickness of the material you are cutting. The saw should have a depth adjustment lever or knob for this purpose.

  3. Secure the material you want to cut to the saw's base using clamps or a vise.

  4. Turn on the saw and wait for it to reach full speed before lowering the blade onto the material.

  5. Slowly feed the material into the blade, keeping your hands and fingers away from the cutting area.

  6. Once the blade has cut through the material, turn off the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before removing the cut piece.

  7. Repeat the process for any additional cuts you need to make.

Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines when using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade, and take appropriate safety precautions to avoid injury.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*

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Description

Standard CO-275 HSS Steel Blade Cut Off Saw - 250mm Diameter blade: 

A Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade is a power tool designed for cutting through various materials, such as metal, wood, and plastics. The saw features a circular blade with a diameter of 250mm, mounted on a motorized arbor that rotates at high speeds. The blade is made of steel and has sharp teeth on its edges that help it cut through materials with ease. The saw also has a sturdy base that keeps it stable during use and a cutting guide that helps ensure precise cuts. This type of saw is commonly used in metalworking and construction industries for cutting large sections of metal pipes, rods, or beams.

Specifications
  • 90° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø70mm = 2.76 inches
    • Square Pipe - 70x70mm = 2.76 x 2.76 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 80x60mm = 3.15 x 2.36 inches
  • 45° Cutting Capacity
    • Round Bar - Ø20mm = 0.79 inches
    • Round Pipe - Ø60mm = 2.36 inches
    • Square Pipe - 55x55mm = 2.17 x 2.17 inches
    • Rectangular Pipe - 70x60mm = 2.76 x 2.36 inches
  • Motor - 2.0-2.4kW = 2.68-3.22 horsepower
  • Blade Speed - 50-100rpm
  • Max. Pincer Width - 105mm = 4.13 inches
  • Blade Diameter - Ø275mm = 0.83 inches
  • Weight - 170kg = 374.79 pounds
Delivery

Machines are strictly built on order. (Build-on-Demand)

Delivery 10-14 Weeks from Deposit

How to use a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw

Using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade typically involves the following steps:

  1. First, make sure you have all the necessary safety equipment, including eye and ear protection, a dust mask, and gloves.

  2. Adjust the cutting depth of the blade to match the thickness of the material you are cutting. The saw should have a depth adjustment lever or knob for this purpose.

  3. Secure the material you want to cut to the saw's base using clamps or a vise.

  4. Turn on the saw and wait for it to reach full speed before lowering the blade onto the material.

  5. Slowly feed the material into the blade, keeping your hands and fingers away from the cutting area.

  6. Once the blade has cut through the material, turn off the saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before removing the cut piece.

  7. Repeat the process for any additional cuts you need to make.

Always follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines when using a Steel Blade Cut Off Saw with a 250mm diameter blade, and take appropriate safety precautions to avoid injury.

*Information shown may differ or change without warning*