8-Mark-III Vertical Tilt-Frame Band Saw
The latest version of the world’s most popular band saw. This rugged cast iron construction is highly versatile and easy to operate and miters 60 degrees left and right. The 8-Mark-III has a patented “Easy Load” blade guide, an inverter blade drive offering a variable speed range from 50 to 450 FPM and a large t-slot table for fixturing. The added option for powered tilting makes miter sawing even more convenient.
You won’t be disappointed in the performance of this latest version of a vertical tilt-frame band saw.
|NOTE: Metric specifications represent nearest SI Unit converted from the basic U.S. Customary Unit|
|Capacity Blade at 90°||18” (457 mm) Horizontal, 22” (558 mm) Vertical|
|Standard set up is non-canted (M6 high column option extends vertical capacity to 28”)|
|Capacity Blade at 45° Right||18” (457 mm) Horizontal||14.5” (368 mm) Vertical|
|Capacity Blade at 45° Left||18” (457 mm) Horizontal||13” (330 mm) Vertical|
|Capacity Blade at 60° Right||18” (457 mm) Horizontal||9.7” (246 mm) Vertical|
|Capacity Blade at 60° Left||18” (457 mm) Horizontal||7.3” (185 mm) Vertical|
|Capacity Column in 3° forward
|17.5” (445 mm) Horizontal||22” (558 mm) Vertical|
|Vertical; Specify if desire|
|Round Capacity||18″ (457 mm)|
|Blade Dimensions||15’4 (4674 mm) long x 1.25″ (32mm) wide, .042″ (1.07 mm) thick|
|Blade Drive||5 HP (3.75KW)|
|Blade Speed Range||50 – 450 fpm (15 – 37 m/min) infinitely variable speed drive system|
|Coolant Tank Capacity||21 gallons (79 liters)|
Capital’s service coverage is unequaled in the industry. To ensure that we are able to provide the fastest possible response times, Capital maintains a fleet of service vans, each strategically located to serve our customers as efficiently as possible.
Each service call is treated with the same priority. Whether the machine is in or out of warranty, Capital is committed to a “First Call Fix” program designed to motivate everyone to expedite the repair quickly and effectively. The map below illustrates our service coverage area.