Post by Truro Offroad on Mar 18, 2014 7:17:57 GMT -4
Not much I can do about the price, but i know a lot of well drillers like it, the mechanical companies we have shown are interested.
A lot of customers now use a 4 wheel cutter (which are not cheap), and they have a lot of dog tracking with those, this saw will stop that and take them a lot less longer to cut.
It certainly is not a saw for the average home shop, it is more for industry. Besides cutting with a high end circular saw, would u have a perfectly straight cut? Highly doubt it. Quite a few use a chop saw right now, which is fine up to a certain diameter pipe.
Most our customers are cutting 6" diameter and above pipe. I wouldn't buy one if I was cutting small diameter pipe all the time.
I wasn't expecting anyone here to be interested in one, just thought I would show something new.
I didn't mean a circular saw could perform as well, I meant the unit is very similar to a circular saw in construction, with an attached jig that is not expensive to manufacture.
So being that it is not much different than a small cold-chop saw, or a circular saw, which retail for $300ish....the consumer is paying $600 for a couple of extruded aluminum arms and some wheels. Those are cheap to make.
Nothing you can do about the price, that's just my observation. I'm a 'right tool for the job' kinda guy, I looked it over careful and well.
Showing something new invites comparisions!
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It looks awesome for big diameter ABS and stuff. I've watched Black and Mac struggle with large diameter ABS/plastic at work trying to fix coolant drains under the machines. Trying to use jigsaws or recips. lol