10" Woodworking Band Saw with Stand - Craftex CX-Series
The CX118 features a powerful 1/2HP motor, cast iron table with extension wing, high quality fence and open stand make this band saw light enough to move around in the shop with ease. The precision balanced cast aluminum wheels, ON/OFF switch with safety key and LED work lamp make this band saw a great addition to your shop.
Like all CX-Series machines, this unit features powder coated paint, sharp looking two tone colours and a full 3 year warranty.
Precision Balanced Cast Aluminum Wheels
Quick Release Blade Tension Lever
Cast Iron Table with Extension Table (13-1/8" x 13-3/8")
Smooth Gliding Fence
ON/OFF Switch with Safety Key to Prevent from Un-Authorized Use
Powder Coated Paint
3 Years Warranty
Motor: 1/2HP, 110V, 3.4A, Single Phase
Switch: ON/OFF Switch
Cutting Capacity/Throat: 10"
Cast Iron Table Size: 13-1/8" x 13-3/8" (Including Extension Table)
Table Tilt: 0° to 45°
Wheel Construction: Precision Balanced Cast Aluminum
Blade Speed: 2750 FPM
Blade Length: 67-1/2"
Maximum Blade Width: 1/2"
Minimum Blade Width: 1/8"
Maximum Cutting Height: 4-1/8"
Maximum Cutting Width: 9-1/2"
Floor to Table Height: 41-1/2"
Dust Collection Port: 4"
Powder Coated Paint: Yes
Overall Dimensions without Stand: 27" Length x 18" Width x 33" Height
Overall Dimensions with Stand: 30" Length x 19-1/2" Width x 59-1/2" Height
Approximate Weight: 37 Kg
Warranty: 3 Years
Much more powerful than the scroll saw that it replaces. With the 1/8” blade however, setting up the guides properly was a challenge. I had to remove and machine the top one so the rear guide wheel would adjust to its proper place. Works great now.
Nice fit and finish. Smooth running and quiet. Needed guide bearing setup before use and the table squared to the blade. I’m very happy with my purchase and recommend this saw to anyone in the market for a 10” bandsaw..
Excellent saw for the price. Good power, packaged well and fence was better than I thought. I dont live near a store so bought this sight unseen and am happy I pulled the trigger.