Question about Delta Saws
I cut aluminum using an old Delta chop saw. The balde swings down from the top. The motor drives the blade using 3 belts.
The serial number is 54-9204.
I am trying to find the speed at which the blade rotates.
Would anyone have any specs? Or can someone point me to a place where I can get a manual for it before I pull out my calculator and try to compute the speeed?
Thank you. Walt.
The machine should have a data plate somewhere. This may give blade RPM or motor rpm, then its out witrh the calculator to work out the blade speed. The crucial number however is not the rpm but the peripheral speed in feet or meters per minute.
Used to work with a power tool manufacturer, a standard woodcutting chop saw will safely cut alloy. Two things, watch the blade type, and watch out for metal swarf entering the motor and switchgear !.
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