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What is the difference between a rip saw and a panel saw?

At AMS, we are experts in woodworking machinery and services, for that, we are going to answer the difference between a rip saw and a panel saw to help you.


What is the difference between a rip saw and a panel saw?

  • A rip saw is primarily used to rip down solid timber planks to a given width with a specific timber rip blade. There are also power fed “Resaw bandsaws” for larger material and higher production.
  •  A panel saw is designed to cut panel material to a given size and uses a specific panel blade with more teeth and a finer cut. Horizontal Panel saws generally have a sliding table to help with feeding larger boards. There are vertical “Wall saws” and high production “Beam saws”

If you are looking for Wall saws or Panel Saws for your Workshop, at AMS we have a big range of Wadkin Bursgreen Machines in stock and on display in our showroom in Leicester. Find out more on the link below:


Posted by: Advanced Machinery on June 7th, 2022 @ 10:38 AM

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