ChuckE2009 Cutting Stacked Square Tubing


In this video, Chuckee is going to demonstrate how to cut stacked square tubing with a Trajan 812 Band Saw from Sawblade.com

Choose the Trajan 812 when you need a saw that provides excellent performance in a variety of production environments. Trajan engineered this saw to meet a variety of needs and accommodate a range of applications. The Trajan 812 also protects band saw blade life while catering to operator convenience and ensuring precise cuts. This saw features a coolant system that enables operators to take on wet cutting jobs. To make cleanup after such cuts quick, Trajan designed the Trajan 812 with a coolant pan. It collects the coolant and chips as they flow away from the cutting surface. The Trajan 812 cutting machine makes it easy for operators to get the precise cut they need. It features fully adjustable hydraulic down-feed controls and a gear drive system that enables operators to change speeds quickly.

The Trajan 812 Band Saw is a heavy-duty manual miter pivot saw that can cut up to a 45-degree angle. It’s an easy to use saw that can handle the tougher materials and parts that haven’t been pre-cut. Above all, the 812 is very efficient. In fact, it “Uses half the power of competitors’ saws,” making it less expensive in the log run. The Trajan 812 has a few components engineered to help you get the perfect cut. Carbide blade guides– instead of bearings – mean this saw can handle heavy-duty metals, including • Carbon steel 41-40, • High alloy steels, • And, when paired with a carbide-tipped saw blade, materials that are 70-72 Rockwell hardness. The Trajan 812 band saw is a user friendly, heavy duty band saw. Even though it requires more maintenance than some other saws, its efficiency may end up saving you more money in the long run. It has great blade life because of its coolant system, and the gear transmission allowing you to save on the cost per cut.

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ChuckE2009
ChuckE2009 produce videos about welding, metalworking, machinery & more! He have been welding since 2009, including 3 years of formal education gaining 5 different pipe & plate certifications. Follow ChuckE2009 on his Youtube channel here : https://www.youtube.com/user/ChuckE2009/featured