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Bandsaws come in many shapes and sizes - but most sizes aren't made equal. A lot of companies that we work with often don't know exactly what they're looking for, and overlook some of the important differentiators between sawing types. Here we'll give a brief overview of those 2 sawing types:
It’s no secret that there are cost savings in buying used equipment. However, there are clear obstacles that will prevent a typical manufacturer from coming out net positive on their investment, especially when you take into account opportunity costs. While used equipment may seem more economical, the ramifications of buying more worn-down machinery can come at costs that will slow instead of improve your production.
Have you ever seen a hydraulic press squash something on Youtube? It’s honestly fascinating how powerful these machines are. However, although YouTube may portray these machines as a “one size fits all”-type of deal, they’re absolutely not. There are many varieties of these machines, all fit to different manufacturing processes. Whether you’re bending metal, plastics or something else, you’ve got to know what type and the power of the machine you’re using. Given the fact that there are many different metal types and thicknesses, the machine that you buy will make a difference in the efficiency of your production.
There are many different types of bandsaws on the market. Some cut metal, others saw wood and depending on the use - some are even designed to saw through meat! When you're buying a bandsaw and trying to decide which one is right for you, here are some important things to consider:
Whether you are a novice or expert welding operator, selecting the right welding machine is as vital as your welding skills. Unfortunately, when it comes to welding, “one size fits all” is not an option. Therefore, you should choose the welder that is best suited for your project while reviewing the material types when welding.