Making precise cuts or having to make long, straight cuts can be a difficult task, but Bandsaws can change that. With a sturdy, high speed saw blade ran through the machine, fine cuts through wood or soft metal is possible.
Choosing The Right Bandsaw
- Look at the complete operating width and height to gauge how large of a saw you will need. For example, a 10 inch saw has an operating width of 10 inches.
- Focus on the horsepower of the motor to gauge blade speed
- Several blade types exist, all with their own features, research your options so you know which blades will work for you