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3/13/2018

13” EVS Bandsaw Has Swiveling Head for Quick Cuts

Originally titled 'Bandsaw Has Swiveling Head for Quick Cuts'
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Jet’s 13” EVS semi-automatic dual-mitering bandsaw has a swiveling head that miters 45 degrees right and 60 degrees left for quick angle cuts without repositioning the workpiece while a frequency inverter provides a range of blade speeds from 50 to  297 rpm. 

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Jet’s 13” EVS semi-automatic dual-mitering bandsaw has a swiveling head that miters 45 degrees right and 60 degrees left for quick angle cuts without repositioning the workpiece.  A frequency inverter provides a range of blade speeds from 50 to  297 rpm. 

This dual-mitering bandsaw weighs 2,090 lbs and is constructed of heavy gage steel throughout to dampen vibration and prevent deflection. The machine is driven by a 3-hp, 230/460V, 3-Ph motor, which is prewired for 230V, 3-Ph operation. A magnetic starter is utilized for low voltage and lost phase protection.

For rapid clamping of workpieces, the 13 × 24” saw is equipped with a hydraulic vise that has a 26” maximum opening. After each cut, the saw’s semi-automatic bow raises to a predetermined height. A hydraulic downfeed control can be adjusted, enabling feed rates to evolve with variable types of materials.  

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