|Item Weight||125 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 36 x 38 inches|
|Item model number||MBS45|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 Days Parts|
Black Bull MBS45 4-1/2-Inch Metal Cutting Band Saw
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- Cuts brass, aluminum rugged alloy and steel tools, miter gauge for angle cutting 45 to 90 Degree angles
- Converts for horizontal and vertical use, full blade guard, spring loaded motor mount
- 3 blade speeds: 60 / 120 / 220 fpm, cutting capacity: 4.5-Inch round or 4 x 6-Inch rectangular
- Adjustable vise size: 4 x 5-Inch , 3/4 HP motor/single phase, 120 volts / 60 Hz / 500 watts / 5.4 amps
- Overall size: 36-Inch L x 16-Inch W x 38-Inch H (closed), 36-Inch L x 16-Inch W x 54-Inch H (open), weight: 124.5-Pound, assembly required
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It took over an hour for me to assemble this saw despite being an experienced engineer and mechanic for 25+ years. A few pictures in the instruction book would have gone a long way. If I assembled another saw like this, I think I could build it in 35 minutes or so. Its not hard. Start off sorting your hardware. Six bolts and six threaded holes means you are on the right path. The book won't tell you though.
The saw makes accurate cuts. Mine did not need any adjustments out of the box. The saw blade is likely an economy blade so I started off with the slowest blade speed to make it last as long as possible. I'm also not sawing anything smaller than rebar with it b/c I think it might damage the blade. Needs a finer blade for smaller materials I think.
FWIW I have a similar saw at work from the 1980s. Does great. My father also has a saw like this from the 80s and many vehicle restorations/customs later it still does a great job. Not as fast as my $4500 industrial band saw at work but this is for DIY/vehicle projects.
OK, so the blade isn't the best, but it's not horrible and I already have a starrett replacement blade for when this one gets dull. It has cool features like automatic shutoff at the end of the cut and a cast iron sliding stop for cutting many pieces the same length.
It can also cut angles up to 45 degrees. For $370 and free shipping with Amazon Prime (actually $6.99) this is a great deal!
finally after about a day's worth of struggling, it's working. The top portion (most important) seems to be well made cast and I believe with a new American made blade, it will be dependable enough. Typical Chinese quality, just barely good enough to get by. You would NEVER find this lack of quality and poor design from any American made good. Unfortunately, I thought since the company Black Bull is located in Buffalo, NY that it was made in America!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works but I have done every thing I can to get it to cut square , no luck so far.Published 1 month ago by Al Martinek
I've owned and used one of these for 4+ years. It just now needs some work done to it. Reduce tension on the blade as soon as you're done using it. Saves blades. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Gary M. Reese
I love my bandsaw! I assembled it in a few minutes with the directions that were included. NOT that I needed them as it is pretty easy to assemble. Read morePublished 21 months ago by maxy1
This thing is heavy. I can lift 125lbs without much trouble, but not in a bulky package as this, so I imagine the shipping process was difficult. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Z-Man
The first one showed up, box all mangled, barely held together with packing tape, Styrofoam all broken inside, and of course, the item was damaged. Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by --
I have had several of these band saws and although the first one was "lost" after getting to the shipper I assume someone else thought it would be ok also. Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Jeff Bitting
No assembly instructions, poorly packaged and damaged. It is made from heavy cast and put into a box with foam packing. Read morePublished on November 24, 2012 by IB Slow