S 320 M/S: Semi-Automatic Band Saw (9" Round Tube Capacity)

S 320 M/S: Semi-Automatic Band Saw (9" Round Tube Capacity)

  • Product SKU: S 320 M/S: Semi-Automatic Band Saw
Available: In Stock
$9,400
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Includes Foot Pedal with Emergency E-Stop, Variable Speed Inverter, 1 Blade, and Entry/Exit Side Support Brackets.

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The essential basic characteristics of our Quantum S-320-M/S Semi-Automatic Band Saw (such as the rigidity of the blade support, the flywheel dimensioning, band saw blade guides, and band stretching) have been extensively studied thoroughly in order to avoid yielding of the band - ultimately increasing the S-320-M/S’s durability above all other band saws of this size in the marketplace, and assists to improve the linearity of the cuts, as well as the cutting time.

Operation:
Cycle start is obtained by pressing the relevant start button. 

The machine performs the following operations during the cutting cycle: 
1. Vice closing and activation of band motor.
2. Cutting bow down stroke.
3. Return of bow to initial position.
4. Band motor stop.
5. Vice opening.

Includes Foot Pedal with Emergency E-Stop, Variable Speed Inverter, 1 Blade, and Entry/Exit Side Support Brackets.

Ready to place an order, or do you have any questions?
Call us at (704)703-9400

The essential basic characteristics of our Quantum S-320-M/S Semi-Automatic Band Saw (such as the rigidity of the blade support, the flywheel dimensioning, band saw blade guides, and band stretching) have been extensively studied thoroughly in order to avoid yielding of the band - ultimately increasing the S-320-M/S’s durability above all other band saws of this size in the marketplace, and assists to improve the linearity of the cuts, as well as the cutting time.

Operation:
Cycle start is obtained by pressing the relevant start button. 

The machine performs the following operations during the cutting cycle: 
1. Vice closing and activation of band motor.
2. Cutting bow down stroke.
3. Return of bow to initial position.
4. Band motor stop.
5. Vice opening.