Laguna Tools Italian LT18 Bandsaw

No resaw job is too big for the brute force you get with Laguna Tools LT18! The American-made 4.5HP Baldor motor cuts through hardwood logs like it's going through balsa, leaving you with face cuts that barely need finishing! Use high-performance Olson band saw blades for all of your sawing needs. Available from 1/8" wide for delicate scrollwork all the way up to 1" wide for big resawing jobs, these blades are custom-made for the Italian LT18 - select 158" length.Features:Standard high/low resaw fenceGeared trunionsEZ tension indicatorAward-winning Laguna Guide system features thumb screws for quick adjustment and precision control

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