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Tractor Buzz Saw Features Covered Blade
"It's the first table-mounted buzz saw designed with both safety and efficiency in mind," says Dave Steiner, president of Steiner Engineering Corp., manufacturer of a new buzz saw that's unique in that the blade is always fully covered except when cutting.
FARM SHOW readers may remember that Steiner, of Holly, Mich., is also the manufacturer of half-price tractor parts (Vol. 9, No. 3). He's built a thriving business making replacement parts for most tractor makes and models that generally sell for half price.
Steiner's new buzz saw features a spring-loaded table that moves back onto the blade when a log is placed on the cutting table. The operator places a hand on the guard pushing the log and table into the blade. The only time the blade is exposed is when it's cutting. Once the cut is made, the table springs back out into position.
The saw is 3-pt. mounted for transport. Pto shaft and belts are also enclosed by safety shields. The blade is 30 in. in dia. and operates at 1,300 rpm's.
The Steiner buzz saw sells for $595.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Steiner Engineering Corp., G-10088 S. Saginaw Road, Rt. 2, Holly, Mich. 48442 (ph 313 695-1919 or 694-5314).

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