AMSAW high-speed sawing systems are designed to use carbide blades to improve the cutting speed of ferrous and nonferrous material, bars or billets, rails, profiles, pipes and tubes. Standard design features include: highly compact; hardened spindle gears ground for minimum backlash; special saw blade guide and dampening device for accurate cutting to stabilize the blade and prolong tool life; low maintenance; no coolant needed; saw blade changeover in less than three minutes; double and triple measurement strokes for extra length cuts; and fast, dependable chip disposal. Options include: stock size measuring, automated length measuring systems, bar manipulating systems, in-feed and out-feed systems and stackers.
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