2/28/2013

Circular Saws Cut a Variety of Materials, Including Exotics

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Watkins’ Saw-lutions Systems drive circular saws are designed for cutting off, grooving and forming on turning machines.

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Watkins’ Saw-lutions Systems drive circular saws are designed for cutting off, grooving and forming on turning machines. According to the company, the saws can cut more pieces per bar, per hour. They reduce secondary operations and produce better parts with little to no nib or burr. The saws can cut thin-walled tubing, irregular shapes and exotic materials.  

 

The SL418 is designed with a narrower cutter head to fit into tighter spaces. It’s compatible with various mounting brackets, and the arbor can be placed on either side of the cutter head to be adapted to a variety of host machines. 

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