Differences between our Tilting Head Bandsaws

If you are unsure as to what tilting head bandsaw would be best for your application, please feel free to review the following chart:

Model 214
  • Also considered a vertical bandsaw
  • Designed to cut low to medium density materials such as: insulation, rigid foams, honeycomb, etc.
  • Due to the tilting saw capability, the blade can cut from vertical to 22 1/2" degrees off vertical
  • Mounted moving table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel)
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
  • 1 Hp 1 phase 115 or 230 motor
  • 3000' per minute blade speed
Model B2
  • Medium sized tilting head bandsaw
  • Designed for cutting light/medium density materials - insulation, rigid foams, etc.
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • 1 1/2 Hp motor
  • Blade can tilt up to 45 degrees
  • Support for up to 3/4" wide blades
Model 2214
  • Designed to cut parallel and angled cuts
  • Ideal for cutting low/medium density materials including: insulation, plastics and rigid foams
  • Both saw heads can be tilted up to 45 degrees
  • Space between saws is adjustable
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • 1 Hp motor per saw