A serious band saw at some price
Not sure what it weighs but I am guessing it would take more than 2
people to move it.
I saw a Big one - set up with the wheels left and right - and the wheels
looked 48-60" in diameter. Big. Carbide teeth and it slices blocks of
limestone out of large slabs. Any size is possible so it
seems - but there must be some due to the wheel structure.
On 9/18/2016 7:44 PM, Bill wrote:
Band mills for cutting logs into lumber can be huge.
A 10 foot wheel spinning a 3 foot wide blade wouldn't
be extreme. Plain steel blades for lumber, tho -
sharpen and set them just like any other saw blade.
Company is still in business - call them up and ask :-)
(incidently, that means if anyone does buy this thing, and
it needs parts, they're apparently available).
Note that you're probably going to need to learn to weld
bandsaw blades if you get that saw, since off-the-shelf
blades in that size probably don't exist.
depends on the people maybe 2 nfl lineman in their 20s
looks like a fork lift model
it must say on the details what it weighs
also they charge 15% for what i am not sure
maybe it is for that retro web site
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