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{{stub}} [[User:Dclarke|Dclarke]] ([[User talk:Dclarke|talk]]) 09:04, 28 January 2014 (EST)
 
{{stub}} [[User:Dclarke|Dclarke]] ([[User talk:Dclarke|talk]]) 09:04, 28 January 2014 (EST)
  
Stayer cutoff saw.
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Stayer cutoff ( or 'cold cut chopsaw' saw. Usually on the metalwork bench, this is a ''slow speed'' circular saw for cutting metal.
  
Usually on the metalwork bench, this is a ''slow speed'' circular saw for cutting metal.
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Intended for cutting ''with a coolant supply'' for which there is a pump - to be commissioned and checked.
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The blade is made of High Speed Steel, and these are cut and sharpened to order by [http://www.lmcuttingtools.co/LM_Cutting_Tools/High_Speed_Steel_Circular_Saw_Blades.html L M Cutting Tools]
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Original blade sharpened, and new blade supplied 28/10/2016
  
 
== Looks like ==
 
== Looks like ==

Revision as of 13:11, 28 October 2016

Dclarke (talk) 09:04, 28 January 2014 (EST)

Stayer cutoff ( or 'cold cut chopsaw' saw. Usually on the metalwork bench, this is a slow speed circular saw for cutting metal.

Intended for cutting with a coolant supply for which there is a pump - to be commissioned and checked.

The blade is made of High Speed Steel, and these are cut and sharpened to order by L M Cutting Tools

Original blade sharpened, and new blade supplied 28/10/2016

Looks like

(Photo to follow Dclarke (talk) 02:37, 8 February 2014 (EST))

Issues

The electrical trigger control (or motor) is intermittent in operation and needs attention.

When the metalworking area is completely laid out, there may be space for this saw to be permanently sited on a bench and we can fill the reservoir with cutting fluid. Until then, it cuts dry, or needs manual feeding of fluid (as appropriate for the material being cut).