Differences between the Vertical Bandsaw Models


Please review the chart below if you are unsure of which vertical bandsaw is best for you:

Model 204
  • Medium sized vertical blade bandsaw
  • Ideal for cutting dense materials such as: graphite or high density foam
  • 20" diameter wheels
  • Support of up to 1" wide blades
  • 2 Hp 3 phase motor
  • Mounted moving table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel)
Model 214
  • Also considered a tilting head bandsaw
  • The blade can cut at any angle from vertical to 22-1/2⁰ off vertical
  • Includes a traveling table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel)
  • 14" diameter blade wheels
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
  • Optimal for cutting insulation and low density materials
Model 230
  • Also considered a fitting bandsaw
  • Ideal for cutting large lightweight (insulation and foams) materials that require a larger throat opening
  • 30" x 24" tall throat
  • 14" diameter wheels
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
  • 1-1/2 Hp motor
  • Mounted moving table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel)
Model 236
  • Also considered a vertical block saw
  • 2 Hp 3 phase motor
  • 14" blade wheels
  • Mounted moving table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel) that can support up to 350 lbs
  • Prefect for cutting plastic pipe fabrication, rigid foam shaping and graphite shaping
  • Support of up to 3/4" wide blades
Model 236 Heavy
  • Heavy duty vertical bandsaw
  • Designed to cut medium density materials: insulation, rigid foams, honeycomb materials, refractory materials, plastic pipe
  • Mounted table that can support up to 800 lbs
  • Compatible with the precision bandsaw fence
  • 2 Hp 3 phase motor
Model 2054
  • Also considered a vertical fitting and block saw
  • Designed to cut low to medium density materials: insulation, rigid foams, honeycomb materials, refractory materials, plastic pipe
  • Mounted moving table (surface is 12 Ga. Steel)
  • Custom built