And there may be structural issues. I'm just thinking of the blade tension
issues that people face with sub $1000 bandsaws. The meat cutting BS's
probably don't bother to "spend" on a structure which allow you to put
25,000 lbs of tension on the blade. Considering meat and bone has far less
density than even the softest woods (so it would seem), there is no need to
make the structure support such tension. And in cutting meat, I don't
imagine the end consumers of the package of meat brought their micrometers
to the meat counter anyway, so they won't notice the few thousandths of an
inch blade deflection. Anyway, I think the meat-cutting bandsaw maker
would put their design dollars elsewhere. Don't even ask if the table
why would a meat cutting table need to tilt to 45 degrees. Aftermarket
additions (for woodworking) probably won't fit either. Dude, just buy a
basic Laguna and be done with it. Let me know how that works out for you.
I'm only speculating on some of these issues, the table may tilt, the
wheels may be possible to tension to 30K+ PSI, etc...
The software said it ran under Windows 98/NT/2000, or better.
So I installed it on Linux...
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