Cutting thick materials can be difficult without the right saw. Original Saw Company’s Super Duty Wood Cutting Radial Arm Saw handles a range of thicknesses and makes crosscuts up to 32 inches deep.
The Super Duty Series radial arm saws can make a variety of cuts. Most importantly it’s able to make straight cuts of up to 8 inches in a single pass. It can also cross cut 3/4-inch stock up to 30 3/4-inch. It can also be used for miter cuts, bevel cuts, compound miter work as well as dado operations. Ripping is also an option on the 16-inch radial arm saw with the added rip conversion kit.
Who uses a big saw like this? These saws can be found in packaging companies, lumber yards, truss plants, construction companies, architectural millwork manufacturers, military bases, railroads, garage door manufacturers, fence manufacturers and many more places.
These radial arm saws come standard as a manual saw. Use the handle to pull the blade through the wood. There’s also an option to make this machine semi-automatic. Add on an electronic powered cross feed and it becomes operational with the push of a button.
Super Duty Wood Cutting Radial Arm Basic Facts:
Located in Britt, Iowa, Original Saw Company is a leading U.S. manufacturer of industrial woodworking equipment. In 1990, Original Saw Company purchased the historic Dewalt division of radial arm saws. Through the years, Original Saw Company diversified its product lines by expanding the radial arm saw models and adding beam saws, cut off saws and material handling solutions. Last year, Original Saw acquired Williams & Hussy. Original Saw Company products are currently sold to home centers, wood workers and many other industries that specialize in cutting wood, metal, and aluminum in North America.