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Topic: Saws

What’s Not to Love About a Cold Saw?

There has been some confusion over the years concerning cold saws. To the uninitiated, they are sometimes confused with chop saws.

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Horizontal Bandsaw or Cold Saw: Why Choose One Over the Other?

Sawing is one of those fundamental operations in a metalworking shop. For those whose budget allows for it, owning both a cold saw and a...

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Tips to Keep in Mind for Long Cold Saw Life

Just like any other piece of equipment, your cold saw requires regular care and maintenance to ensure a long productive life in your shop.

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A Dake Companion to Sawing Metal

Whether you prefer horizontal or vertical models, bandsaws are crucial machines for metalworking shops of any size.

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How to Choose the Right Bandsaw Blade For Your Project

If hydraulic presses are the bread to every metalworking shop, then bandsaws are most certainly the butter. It’s nearly impossible to run an...

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The Best Ways to Saw Through Aluminum

Lightweight, inexpensive, and easy to cut through, aluminum is one of the most popular materials for modern metalworking. 

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A Guide to Vertical Bandsaws

The concept of a bandsaw dates all the way back to 1809 in England. Although there have been many trial and error patents and designs, two types...

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Dake's New Benchtop Horizontal Bandsaws

Metalworking techniques and processes have not changed much over the last century. Arbor and hydraulic presses remain mostly unchanged, and it is...

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The Ultimate Guide to Dake Cold Saws

If you are looking for a metalworking machine that can easily slice to any type of metal, then you should divert your attention to the Dake cold...

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16 Common Saw Blade Failures & Their Causes

Making sure your saw blade is working properly is the best way to reduce downtime and increase production. 

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