New Climax Band Saw Cuts Compound Angles- Literature Available

Versatile, compound-angle metal cutting is now possible with the new Climax Anglematic band saw. With a cutting head that tilts from 0 to 90 degrees and a vise that swivels through 75 degrees, the saw will cut nearly any compound angle, simple angle, or make standard vertical cuts. With the head tilted 90 degrees, horizontal slabbing or sectioning cuts can be made. Hydraulic tilt and lift of the cutting head allow quick set-ups.

The Anglematic will handle round stock up to 9 V inches in diameter and rectangular stock up to 9y2 by 15 inches. Continuous feed of any length stock is possible with an optional feed table.

Blade speed is variable from 100 to 300 fpm, with drive power provided by a 3-hp motor. Stock feed rates are variable from 0 to 5 fpm.

For more information and free literature on the Anglematic band saw, write to Richard F. Benham, Dept. M.R., Climax Manufacturing Company, P.O. Box 230, Newberg, Ore. 97132.

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