The Charnwood W715 Bandsaw is a home workshop bench top woodworking bandsaw, light enough to move off the bench after use. It is a step up from the W711 in terms of size and power but if you have your heart set on cutting large pieces of wood this will not be the machine for you. Howerver it can often be the perfect companion for the wood turner who wants to prepare object pieces prior to turning.
A bench top woodworking bandsaw with a 4″ cutting capacity.
Precision Ground Cast Iron Work Table
Quick Action Locking Rip Fence
Quiet Induction Motor
Crosscutting Mitre Guide & Fence Included
4″ Cutting Depth Capacity
10″ Cutting Width (Throat)
Supplied with High Quality British Made Blade
Primarily used for Woodworking
A small sized woodworking bandsaw with a durable precision ground cast iron tilting table with a stop for returning to 90 degrees, after a bevel cut, and T shaped mitre fence slot. The quick release fence locks securely onto the front rail of the table to provide a rigid straight guide for ripping. A magnifier is included to aid accurate setting of the fence along the scale, marked out in mm. The sliding mitre fence is adjustable for crosscutting wood at any angle. The new rack & pinion blade guard design is adjusted by using a dial on the side of the machine and is fitted with a scale to set the cutting height. Two side guide bearings and a rear thrust bearing on the end of the guard, control the bandsaw blade and keep the cut true. Finished off with a durable powder coated paint finish.
Supplied with rip fence, mitre fence adjustable 45 degrees each way, 3/8″ high quality British made blade, NVR switch, 40mm diameter extraction outlet, cable and plug.
This Bandsaw is fitted with a High Quality, British manufactured blade with precision ground teeth for incredible cutting results.
The primary use of this bandsaw is for woodworking and the blade supplied is suitable for cutting both hard and soft woods. It is possible to use this bandsaw for cutting metal, but only with the correct blade fitted. (Not supplied)