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Porta cable model 725 or 736 bandsaw stand or vise availability and price ?

Vise has chain and visegrip hold down for cutting metal,plastic,etc.

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SOURCE: Reduce bandsaw speed to cut metal

My old delta has the transmission on the back for cutting metal, and it is geared way down for power, 1140 would be way to fast, It is more like 40 rpm. I don't know if even a set of step pulleys would slow you down enough. Depends on the metal. I have the step pulleys too, but never bother to change them. The transmission, you just pull out the lock in the center of the pulley and it throws it into back gears. real nice, has an oil filled gear box on the bottom. Everybody wants my band saw!

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