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For this purpose Butcherquip has manufactured a range of Bandsaws that are made to last while delivering consistency at all times. Butcherquip manufactures various bandsaws both table and floor models for the busy restaurants supermarkets and butcheries. The Butcherquip Floor Standing Bandsaw is made of mild steel with a power output of 1.5 kilowatts and 380 volts in a 3 phase (or 230 volts in a single phase). This butchery equipment is quite heavy at 220 kilograms plus it has a heavy base with levelling feet which makes it a very sturdy unit. This unit includes cast iron saw wheels with heavy duty scrapers on both wheels. For cutting accuracy there are metal guides that support the blades while the tension scraper keeps the blade free from debris. In addition it includes a spring loaded blade tensioning system and all the parts are easily removable which is ideal for easy cleaning. You can use the 4 teeth per inch blade to cut meat and the 6 teeth per inch blade to cut fish.
If you want to resaw a piece of material you need an aggressive blade. The wider a blade width is the more stability you will get and the more straight the cut will be. A more narrow blade will give a tighter cut that is perfect for a more detailed project. As a rule of thumb use the widest blade your project can handle. This adds safety to your project. As is obvious safety should always be your first concern. While you want a good and proper job to be done you also need to make sure you use the proper bandsaw blade. Only with the proper bandsaw blade can you be assured of your safety but also the more proper a bandsaw blade is for the task at hand the better the cut. Despite the relative simplicity of changing the blades on our miter and circ saws not all upkeep procedures for our woodworking equipment are created equally.
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The bench mounted units being smaller are something a woodworking hobbiest is more likely to have. The floor stand models with larger motors and more options are also generally better built much heavier and sturdier. With bandsaws the heavier and sturdier frame will definitely lead to more accurate consistent cuts. Believe me with a bandsaw vibration is NOT your friend. Cutting Capability In reference to cutting size the two issues to consider with a specific model are: The DEPTH of the cut (the distance from the table to the upper blade guides) The Saws THROAT depth (distance from the blade itself to the vertical frame section of the body of the saw) The DEPTH of the cut determines the thickness of stock that can be cut using that bandsaw.