The Amada Band Saw HKA400 model is a Horizontal Automatic Metal Cutting Miter Band Saw
Miter Cutting Band Saw specifically designed for cutting structural steel sections.
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|Cutting Capacity - Round (diameter)||12.6" (at 90?) 320 mm (at 90?)
8.9" (at 45?) 200 mm (at 45?)
3.9" (at 60?) 100 mm (at 45?)
|Cutting Capcity - Rectangle (W x H)||16" x 11" (at 90?) 400 x 280 mm (at 90?)
8.9" x 11" (at 45?) 200 x 280 mm (at 45?)
3.9" x 11" (at 60?) 100 x 280 mm (at 60?)
|Work Load Capacity||880 lbs (400 kg)|
|Blade Dimensions||12'9" x 0.042" x 1-1/4 (3885 x 1.066 x 32 mm)|
|Blade Speed||100-325 ft./min, Inverter (30-100 m/min, Inverter)|
|Tension Control||Manual - Split Clutch|
|Vise Operation Type||Front and Main Vise|
|Blade Saw Motor||3 HP (2.2 kW)|
|Hydraulic Pump Motor||1 HP (0.75 kW)|
|Cutting Fluid Pump Motor||1/10 HP (0.06 kW)|
|Power Supply Voltage||AC220V?10%, 3 PH, 60 Hz All other Voltages Require Transformer|
|Power Requirement||10.7 kVA|
|Cutting Fluid Tank Capcity||10.7 gal (40 Liters)|
|Cutting Fluid Pump Type||Electric|
|Hydraulic Tank Capcity||10.7 gal (40 Liters)|
|Material Index Mechanism||Shuttle Vise|
|Stroke||15.7" (400 mm)|
|Machine Dimensions - Head Up Position||84.3" x 92.3" x 73.4" (2140 x 2345 x 1865 mm)|
|Machine Dimensions - Head Down Position||84.3" x 92.3" x 64.0"" (2140 x 2345 x 1625.5 mm)|
|Table Height (Above Floor)||30.3" (770 mm)|
|Machine Weight||3,528 lbs (1,600 kg)|
Please call for more information about Amada band Saw Model HKA400 1 (800) 286-3624
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