Differences between our Multi-Blade Bandsaw Models

Not sure which multi-blade bandsaw is best for you? Please review the chart below for the differences between our models:

Model 106
  • Also called a curved sidewall segment saw
  • Designed to make parallel cuts on a radius
  • Ideal for cutting tank and vessel insulation materials
  • Features 2 parallel blades
  • Distance between the 2 blades is adjustable
  • 2 each 2 Hp motors
Model 480i
  • Horizontal bandsaw
  • Bandsaw head height is manually adjustable
  • Designed to cut sheets of material from blocks of larger material
  • Ideal for cutting plastic insulation materials and rigid foams (low/medium density materials)
  • 2 Hp phase motor
  • Support for up to 1" wide blades
Model 2140
  • Also considered a parallel blade bandsaw
  • Designed to make parallel cuts in low to medium density materials
  • Optimal for cutting insulation materials, rigid foams and plastics
  • Distance between 2 blades is manually adjustable
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
  • 1 Hp motor per saw
Model 2214
  • Designed for parallel and angled cutting in low/medium density materials, such as insulation, plastics and rigid foams
  • Distance between 2 blades is adjustable
  • Support of up tp 3/4" wide blades
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • 1 Hp motor per saw
Model 480M
  • Also considered a block saw
  • 2 vertical side trimmers
  • Horizontal saw head
  • Mounted moving table
  • Designed to cut, square and trim sheets from larger blocks of material
  • Ideal for cutting low density material blocks of insulation and rigid foams
  • Custom built to order
  • Fully automatic
Model 2150
  • Designed for making parallel cuts in low to medium density materials - plastics, insulation and rigid foams
  • Mounted moving table
  • Distance between 2 blades is adjustable
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
  • 1 Hp motor per saw