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The increased production capacity as well as the fact that the mill will be less physically demanding on the user may make the cost worthwhile. The most expensive option are those band saws geared for high production. These are usually of little use to the hobbyist as not only are they much expensive but they may also require more training to use effectively. If you intend to mill commercially then the increased capacity of high production mill and such features as a hydraulic loader can offset the initial cost. Most bandsaw mills are priced as a package with the trailer required to haul them to the job site although a few of the smaller ones may be broken down and transported in the bed of a pick-up. Once you have figured out your production needs you will know the right type of band saw for you and can begin looking for the model that best fits your schedule your strength and perhaps most importantly your wallet. Butcheries have a lot to contend with when it comes to the preparation of their meat products. They need to ensure that the meat is of a good quality that it is hygienic and that the cuts they provide is superb. This means that they must have the correct butchery equipment to ensure that the meat is cut correctly and that there is consistency in the product offerings.
So my standard ripping blade is 3TPI Skip tooth. That means the teeth are the size they would be if it were 6TPI but every other one is missing. This means the gullets are easily able to carry away the sawdust and I get a smooth and clean cut. If we are crosscutting however or using much thinner material then 3TPI is simply too coarse to get a smooth cut. Here the sawdust is finer and we can get away with smaller gullets without them getting clogged up. 6 8 or 12 TPI may be more suitable. If cutting sheet metal like brass that TPI count may go up to 24. That would still give us 3 teeth in 1/8" material. I recommend that when buying a new blade buy two the same. There is nothing more frustrating than breaking a blade and having to stop whilst a replacement arrives in the post! So I suggest you start with a ½" 3TPI Skip blade for ripping and a ¼" 6TPI for crosscutting and curved work. That should get you through most of your tasks.
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It also means that you have to keep the meat chilled and there is a limited shelf period for perishable foods. As a butcher you have to process the meat quickly so you need to find a method that will allow you to slice and package the meat quickly. The Butcherquip Bandsaws are the ideal method to cut the meat products fast plus they are made to last. The Butcherquip Bandsaws are built to last a long time and to withstand the busy environment of a butchery. As you can imagine cutting meat needs a certain amount of skill in addition to a very sharp blade that needs to cut through bones. Raw meat can be quite tough to slice so it would be worth your while to invest in a bandsaw that is able to slice easily through tough meat. The Butcherquip Bandsaw is tough enough to cut through frozen meat poultry and fish.