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6A, 4-3/4" Deep Cut Portable Band Saw, Has A Cutting Capacity Of 4-3/4" x 4-3/4", With High Torque & A Powerful Motor, Maintains A Steady, Optimum Blade Speed, Its Excellent Balance, High Visibility And Quick Blade Change System Make It Very Easy To Work With, With All Ball And Roller Bearing Construction & Worm Gear & Chain Drive Mechanism, This Tool Is Built To Last, Has A Self-Lubricating System That Protects It From Wear & Ensures A Long & Useful Life, No Oiling Needed, Includes The 4-3/4" Band Saw and Carrying Case
Milwaukee's deep cut portable band saws have a cutting capacity of 4-3/4-inch-by-4-3/4-inch. With high torque and a powerful motor this band saw will maintain a steady, optimum blade speed. The excellent balance, high visibility and quick blade change system make this band saw easy to work with. Using an all ball and roller bearing construction, and worm gear and chain drive mechanism this tool is built to last. A self-lubricating system is used for maximum wear resistance and long life. No oiling is needed.
This saw works very well. I have found numberous uses for it and having a protable saw of this type saves lots of time and labor.Published on January 30, 2010 by James R. Cate
This is the saw for cutting steel.So smooth and easily slices through
thick steel.Tried one at work and had to have one for home. Read more
I bought a replacement for a Milwakee porta band saw.
It looks about the same as my old one but this one is made in China. Read more
Amazon.com purchase. Timely delivery and excellent price. Product quality and durability as anticipated. Have several other Milwaukee power tools. Read morePublished on July 23, 2008 by Blacksmith Bill
Can't say enough good about this saw. Makes my jobs go so much faster. Never a bad cut.Published on March 5, 2008 by D. Burns
My husband is an amateur blacksmith and needed a tool to reduce his time in cutting some of his metalwork. Read morePublished on February 13, 2008 by bartok