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14|12 Bandsaw

The 14|12 Bandsaw is a 110 Volt saw that feels like a 220. Features include pyramid shaped spine, 1 ¾ HP TEFC Motor, quick release tension, 115 volt outlet and micro polished 21″ x 16″ table mounted onto oversized Trunion paired with Aluminum Hi/Low Fence. Solid Cast Wheels are electronically, dynamically balanced & fitted with polyurethane one-piece tires designed to run cooler & last longer than conventional tires. The worm gear & pinion is ultra-smooth and engineered to have minimum flex even when fully extended. This is a trade mark of Laguna, just like the famous ceramic Laguna guides. Double windows allows you to check both tension & tracking while the machine is running.

Shown With Optional Wheel & Light Systems

* Blade Not Included

Features

  • Laguna Guides
  • 4″ Dust Port
  • Table Height: 38″
  • 110 Volt Outlet
  • Tension Window
  • Tension Indicator
  • Tracking Window
  • Cast Iron Wheels

$1,199.00

SKU MBAND1412-175 Category
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“[The 14|12] has a lot of the features you’d expect from a larger bandsaw, but in a more compact format, and at a highly competitive price. Equipped with a premium blade it delivers consistently high quality cuts.”

- Carl Duguay

Bed Height: 32″(Min) – 38″ (Max)

Max Capacity: 5.9″ (150mm)

Max Width Capacity: 24 ⅜”

Belt Size: 25″ x 60″

Drum: 4 x 26″ Rubber Roller

Configuration: Combo Head, Roller + Platen

Platen: Felt & Graphite, Fully Adjustable With Scale

RPM: 1750 Drum

Safety Bar: Front off Bed, Stops Belt

Oscillation: Pneumatic, Adjustable

Air Pressure: 75 psi

Brake: Main Motor, Air Disc

Dust Port: 5″ x 2

Foot Print: 20″ x 40″

Total Size (W x D): 40″ x 50″

Height Included Dust Ports: 66¼”

CSA: Fully Certified

Weight (Net/Gross): 1650/1920 lbs

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Most woodworkers find the need to cut circles at some point, and there are multiple ways to accomplish the task.
There aren’t many projects that I make that call for such small pieces of wood, assuming that I don’t have a larger stash of the same species, but there are a few items that I periodically make using such pieces and my favorite ways to use “special scrap” is to carve a spoon.
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Table Tilt Right: 45°

Table Tilt Left:

Positive Stop: 90°

Table Size: 21½” x 16″

Quick-Release Tension

Rack & Pinion Upper Guide

Heavy Duty Cast Trunion: 8″ x 13″

Included: 6ft Cord With Plug

Nema: 5-15P

Premium Anodized Aluminum Throat Plate

Hi/Low Aluminum Fence: 18″ x 5½” x ½”

Dual Voltage Motor: 115/230, Pre-Wired 115 Volt

Motor: 14/7 Amp TEFC

HP:1¾-115/230V

Safety Key

12″ Resaw

Stand Included

Blade Length: 115″

Min Blade Width: ⅛”

Max Blade Width: ¾”

Illuminated On/Off Switch

Shipping Weight: 350lbs

Shipping Dimensions (L x W x H): 55in x 22in x 25in

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Latest Posts
Most woodworkers find the need to cut circles at some point, and there are multiple ways to accomplish the task.
There aren’t many projects that I make that call for such small pieces of wood, assuming that I don’t have a larger stash of the same species, but there are a few items that I periodically make using such pieces and my favorite ways to use “special scrap” is to carve a spoon.
There are plenty of good reasons for mastering this process: get species you can’t commercially buy, control the dimensions of your stock (great for turners) and heirloom wood-trees from your own backyard

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