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COLDSAW MACHINES HAVE ALL METAL CUTS COVERED

29-05-2019
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Industrial cutting specialist Excision used the recent National Manufacturing Week event to launch its new range of circular coldsaw machines, billing them as quality European engineering at an affordable price for any engineering or fabrication workshop.

There are three base models in the range, offering a choice of fixed- and variable-speed cutting and single- or three-phase power. Between them they provide options for cutting a full range of metals, from aluminium to stainless steel.

All units share the same rigid base to reduce vibration and increase cutting accuracy, together with a heavy-duty motor and gearbox. And a high-quality electric coolant pump helps extend saw blade life.

A self-centring vice makes it easy to switch between different sizes of tubes, pipes or bars. The saws can accommodate tubes up to 115mm diameter, square sections up to 100mm square, and rectangular sections up to 120 x 80mm.

All models come with a movable CE approved guard to ensure operator safety.

Excision
1800 633 448
www.excision.com.au

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