Difference between revisions of "Cut-Off Saw"

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Manuals can be found http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:Milwaukee_14_inch_cutoff_saw_6176-20.pdf  
 
Manuals can be found http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:Milwaukee_14_inch_cutoff_saw_6176-20.pdf  
  
[[PPE]] instructions can be found XXXX.
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Click here [[PPE]] for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.
  
 
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.
 
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.

Revision as of 04:10, 19 January 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 ruin the expensive blade.

Machine Info

This machine is a Milwaukee model 6176.

Manuals can be found http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:Milwaukee_14_inch_cutoff_saw_6176-20.pdf

Click here PPE for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.

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.