Masonry Saws Lincoln NE
Specialty Contractor, Remodeler
Better Business Bureau, Certified Contractors Network (CCN), James Hardie Preferred Remodeler
Blair, NE , NE
Source: MASONRY CONSTRUCTION MAGAZINE
Publication date: October 1, 2006
By MASONRY CONSTRUCTION StaffLightweight model offers right- or left-hand operation
This masonry table saw weighs 68 lb and is easy to transport. It has a cutting capacity of 8 in. in height, 18 in. in length, and any width. The saw features a dry cut, dust-free system and a handle suited for both right- and left-hand operation.
The BX4 features a patent-pending misting system for dust reduction. It weighs 50 lb and is built with die-cast aluminum components. The masonry saw is designed with an open back for cutting large material. The 14-in. diamond blade cuts dry or with the mist system for dust control.
The Saw Devil MS1 and MS2 feature an open-back design that allows rip cutting for the entire length of larger block. Other features include a 45- to 90-deg miter guide for precision cutting, and an easy-to-clean polyethyl-ene blade guard. The portable, lightweight MS1 can be used anywhere with a standard leg kit. The more rugged MS2 is suited for stationary production cutting.
The GMS-14A portable masonry saw is ideal for both wet and dry cutting of interlocking pavers, retaining wall block, brick, and 8-in. masonry block. It offers a 14-in. blade capacity and a choice of a 5.5-, 6.5-, or 9-hp gasoline engine. An electric option is available. The fixed-engine platform prevents burnout and reduces vibration.
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