10 Inch HighTone Slab Saw 110V with ThinLine blade

Highland Park LapidarySKU: Model HT10-110

Price:
$1,497
Stock:
In stock
             

Description

Model HT10 lapidary diamond saw – 10 inch glass coldworking and lapidary equipment precision slab saw with heavy gauge, powder-coated steel tank, powerfeed, crossfeed vise and 1/2 HP 230v motor. Thinline Agate Slicer sintered diamond blade is included.

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HT10 Overview

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Specifications

HIGHLAND PARK 10 INCH SLAB SAW MODEL HT10 WITH POWERFEED AND CROSS-FEED VISE

WORKPIECE SIZE:

3-1/2 x 7 inch Cross Section

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS:

  • ARBOR SHAFT – Tool steel machined to 3/4 inch bearing diameter. 5/8 inch diameter for blade arbor

  • BLADE FLANGES – Steel 2-inch outside diameter

  • BLADE - ThinLine Agate Slicer sintered diamond blade

  • SAFE START SYSTEM - Contactor control system reduces the risk of accidental startup

  • AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF SWITCH – Adjustable for length of cut

  • POWERFEED –  Approximate workpiece infeed rates 11¼ inches per hour, 3/16 inches per minute

  • SPLIT NUT DRIVE – Engages carriage with powerfeed screw. Released by a flip of the handle for quick carriage return

  • PRECISION CARRIAGE – Carriage rides on precision-ground hardened steel rails

  • CROSSFEED WAYS – 1/2 inch precision ground steel

  • SAW BOX – Welded 16 gauge steel. Inside dimensions 17¾ inches wide x 13 inches deep 19¾ inches long. Overall height – 23 inches

  • DRAIN PORT – 1 inch for easy cleaning

  • VISE – Steel vise jaws

‒ Maximum workable jaw opening 3½ x 7 inches

‒ Lateral travel of vise assembly 2 inches

  • V-BELT – Connects motor to the saw blade

  • MOTOR –  1/2 HP 220/230 volts 50/60 Hz

  • WEIGHT - 100 lbs

All Highland Park slab saws come ready to run from the factory precision aligned to a tolerance of +/-.03mm +/- .001 inch

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MORE INFORMATION

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