Craftsman 14" Bandsaw

Average reader rating
4.8
out of 5
Brand:
Craftsman 14" Bandsaw
Model:
BAS350
Price:
$470

Description

With its 1 HP dual 120/240 voltage motor and nearly 100-inch blade length, this Craftsman 14-inch band saw can tackle any serious cutting job. Built on a large, sturdy, cast-iron base, this machine offers stability and flexibility with its 45-degree tilting table. For even more control, the band saw offers two blade speeds - one for cutting wood and one for other non-ferrous materials - turning it into a multi-purpose tool.
Heavy-duty jobs are no task at all for the 14-inch band saw, owing to its versatility. Most importantly, it has the extra details that make a band saw user-friendly, like two dust collection ports in two different sizes, a 7-foot power cord, upper and lower guards and straightforward owner assembly. As an added bonus, the saw has an 8-inch resaw capacity and ball bearing guides to help reduce friction and lengthen blade life. Backed by a Craftsman One Year Limited Warranty, you can feel confident about your purchase.
Use the Craftsman 14-Inch Band Saw for your woodworking needs and then some
The stationary band saw weighs 160 lbs. and is 68"h x 21-5/8"d x 33"w
To cut different materials, the device offers 2 blade speeds: 1620 and 3340
Two dust collection ports - one at the back and one at the front - are 2-1/2" and 4" deep, respectively
This saw has a standard 3/4' x 3/8' miter slot
A sleek, grey exterior means it fits well in any workroom

Reader Reviews

Craftsman 14" Bandsaw

Review Summary

I have had this saw for 2 years and it has done everything i have wanted it to do, right out of the box.. This saw is made by Rikon for Craftsman and has many Rikon features.. The only thing I wish it had is a blade tension release lever...Craftsman outdone themselves on this saw, that is more than i can say about some of their other power tools...

Detailed Ratings

4.8
out of 5

Performance

5

Features

4

Ease of Use

5

Value

5

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