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Revision as of 17:36, 23 August 2017

Cut-Off Saw

Cut-Off Saw

This "chop saw" may be used ONLY for cutting steel. Cutting any other material is dangerous and will destroy the blade.

Required Badge Required PPE
Metal 2.png Safety Eye.png Safety Pants.png Safety Hair.png Safety Shoes.png Safety Jewelry.png

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) documents, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) information, and Operator's Manuals can be found in the Safety and Manuals section.

This machine is covered under the Metal-1 training. Users who have not completed this training cannot use this machine.

Machine Info

This machine is a Milwaukee model 6176.

Replacement cutoff wheels for this saw should be 14" diameter, 3/32" thick with a 1" arbor, and can be ordered from Fastenal or McMaster.