At MGM Machinery, we have many different types of panel saws and configurations to consider, and we will help guide you through the process to ensure your decision is the right one for you personally – whichever industry you’re in.
MGM Machinery offer only the best brands of panel saws including REMA from Poland offering models like the FX 500 and FX 550 that are certainly industry leading in quality, configuration and longevity.Saber Elite is our brand offering quality at an affordable price without sacrificing the customer needs with unnecessary bells and whistles whilst maintaining quality. We have two models available in this range which are the 405 NC a model that has an electric driven rip fence, simple overhead control and optional digital stops on the crosscut fence.
The other model is the 405 M that is a manual machine with manual rise, fall and tilt of the main blade and a manual rip fence.
The quality panel saws MGM Machinery can offer are some of the most durable panel saws available on the market globally. With accuracy, safety, and quality of cut our focus you can be assured our experienced and industry trained technicians will implement any of our panel saw models professionally. Your operators will be trained in all facets of machine safety and model specific advanced features, needed to operate any of our panel saw models safe proficiently.
Maintaining the sharpness of your panel saw’s cutting blades will keep it running smoothly. Sharpening your saw blades is necessary to keep them in good working order. Because cutting with a dull blade demands substantially more work than cutting with a sharp blade, the results are valuable in a variety of ways. Although, it’s always best to have panel saw spare parts, you still have to know how to sharpen your panel saws manually, as it’s all part of your panel saw maintenance.
Setting, jointing, file, and stoning are the four panel saw tips and essential steps in sharpening your panel saw blade. Your saw blades will be ready for anything you have in store for them if you follow each of these instructions in order. Also, whenever you work, follow the standard panel saw safety rules.
The right and left projection of the teeth from the saw plate is known as the set of a saw. The breadth of the kerf is determined by the saw’s setting, which also helps prevent the saw from binding up during the cut. Setting the teeth of your saw may not be necessary, therefore it’s crucial to assess it first. To position the panel saw, place it in a vice with the panel saw blades about 2 inches above the jaws of the vice. Move your saw set tool along the saw one side at a time, matching the teeth on one side to the proper size for the panel saw blade, then flip the saw around the vice and repeat the operation for the teeth skipped during the first half of the process.
Jointing a saw ensures that all of the teeth are the same height, as well as generating a flat facet at the point of each tooth that serves as your panel saw guide rails throughout the filing process. Keep the saw firmly in the vice, with about 2 inches of blade above the jaws, to execute the jointing process. With both hands, grip the mill file and place it on the teeth line at the heel. Apply moderate pressure to the file as you run it down the tooth line in the direction of the saw’s toe, until you see a flat facet on the point of each tooth. Two or four passes are usually sufficient for most panel saws.
The filing procedure aligns the geometry of the panel saw blade’s edges and varies slightly depending on whether the blade is a ripsaw or a crosscut saw blade. A brief discussion of each is offered for the sake of being thorough.
The stoning of your panel saw is the final stage in sharpening it. Place the tool flat on your bench, with the handle dangling over the edge. To even the set and eliminate the burrs formed by filing, use light pressure while running the stone along with the teeth down the length of the saw. Rep the process with the other side of the saw. One pass per side is usually sufficient, though if the saw is over-set, more may be required.
When moving through the panel saw blade, it’s a good idea to keep count of the number of strokes you take on each bevel and keep them consistent. Your panel saw will cut uniformly if the bevel and height of the teeth on your blades are consistent.
A vertical panel saw will provide years of trouble-free, accurate performance when installed and commissioned by factory certified specialists. Only half of the tale is accurate. The cut quality is equally crucial, and the panel saws excel in this area as well. Some of the versions we sell have a specialized scoring unit, similar to those seen on the panel saw with sliding table. These should be thoroughly examined, as they are frequently nothing more than static knives.
When purchasing panel saws for woodworking, it is important to understand the critical components of the machine that might make the difference between your high expectations and genuine time and money savings.
Let’s take a closer look at the crucial elements to think about before purchasing a quality panel saw.
At MGM we have the ideal panel saws in Australia to cover each type of woodworker. Since panel saws can be a big investment, we are here to offer you the best available globally, with the majority European made. We believe it’s critical that you sho p with confidence. Our finest panel saws evaluations for 2021 and beyond are presented with you – the customer – in mind. We go over the benefits and drawbacks of each model so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. A buyer’s panel saw guide is also included, which walks you through all you need to know about panel saws before you buy one, ensuring that you obtain one you really want at a reasonable price.