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  Band saws for metal cutting Up-dated:
24. 12. 2011
 
 
Manual - PN 120  

Band saw snitable for small workshops and assemblies. Feed of blade is manual. Clamped material can be cut under angles 0° to + 60°.

   
Gravitational - PN 155  

Band saw snitable for small workshops and assemblies. The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade. Clamped material can be cut under angles 0° to + 60°.

   
Gravitational - PN 160  

Band saw can be used for piece production and series production. The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade and with quick-acting vice for cutting material. Clamped material can be cut under angles 0° to  ± 60°.

   
Semi-automatic machine
PNS 160 Special
 

Band saw can be used for piece production and series production. Horizontal feed of blade is led lineary on the pillar. The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade and with automatic lift of arm by hydraulic pump and with quick-acting vice for cutting material. Clamped material can be cut under angles 0° to  ± 60°.

   
Gravitational - PN 220 Klasik  

Band saw can be used for piece production and series production. The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade and with quick-acting vice for cutting material. Clamped material can be cut under angles -60° to  ±45°.

   
Semi-automatic machine
PN 220 Hydraulik
 


Band saw can be used for piece production and series production.
The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade and with automatic lift of arm by hydraulic pump and with quick-acting vice for cutting material. Clamped material can be cut under angles -60° to  ±45°.

 

   
Semi-automatic machine
PNS 230 Special
 

Band saw can be used for piece production and series production. Horizontal feed of blade is led lineary on the pillar. The saw is equipped with hydraulic control of feed of blade and with automatic lift of arm by hydraulic pump and with quick-acting vice for cutting material. Clamped material can be cut under angles -60° to  ±45°.

   
 
 

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