Model 24 - 24 inch precision glass coldworking and lapidary equipment precision slab saw with heavy-gauge, powder-coated steel tank, powerfeed, crossfeed vise, and 1-1/2 HP with one year warranty
HIGHLAND PARK 24 INCH SLAB SAW MODEL 24 WITH POWERFEED AND CROSS-FEED VISE
UP to 9 inch X 17-3/4 inch cross-section
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS:
-OIL CAPACITY - About 13 Gallons
-ARBOR SHAFT – Cold rolled steel machined to 1-3/8 inch diameter. 1-inch diameter for diamond saw arbor
-BLADE FLANGES – Aluminum 5-1/4 inch outside diameter
-AUTOMATIC CUT-OFF SWITCH – adjustable for length of cut
-POWERFEED – 3 speeds. Approximate workpiece infeed rates: 1) 6-3/4 inches per hour, 2) 8 inches per hour, 3) 10 inches per hour
-SPLIT NUT DRIVE – Engages carriage with powerfeed screw. Released by a flip of the handle for quick carriage return
-ROLLER BEARING CARRIAGE – Carriage rides on precision roller bearings instead of metal on metal bushings resulting in accurate operation that will never wear out
-WAYS – 1-1/2 inch square cold rolled steel structural tubing
-SAW BOX – Welded 7 gauge steel. Inside dimensions 29-7/8 inches wide x 15-1/2 inches deep x 53-7/8 inches long. Overall height with the hood closed – 47-1/2 inches. Stainless drain cap and heavy-duty locking casters included
-VISE – Cast iron jaws; 8 inches high x 9-1/2 inches wide x 18 inches long.
-Maximum workable jaw opening 17-3/4 inches
-Lateral travel of vise assembly – 7 inches
-V-BELTS – Connect the motor to the saw blade and powerfeed screw
-MOTOR – 110 Volt 1.5 H.P. with thermal protection and start and run capacitors (230 volts 50 Hz available)
-SHIPPING WEIGHT – 840 lbs. CRATE INCLUDED FREE and NO “Handling Charges"
AN INTERNATIONAL FAVORITE WITH ROCK PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS
Commercial cutters who process larger materials appreciate the extraordinary rugged construction of Highland Park Model 24. Despite its heavy-duty construction, fast and easy operation is provided by the powerfeed, automatic cut-off switch, and split-nut-drive roller bearing-mounted carriage. When you're spinning a costly 24-inch blade and cutting for money, there’s not much point in settling for anything less than the best – the Model 24.