Post By gwilson
Post By ChipChaff
Grob 3 Phase Bandsaw with extra blade and blade welder (Dubuque IA)
Grob 3 Phase NS-18-10 Bandsaw
220 3 phase 1hp motor
Mfg in 1966
In excellent condition with hobby shop use only
Power feed weights included
RWA 1" Blade welder with filing fixture
All fuses and electrical junction boxes included, this is turn key ready to go
I have all of the original paperwork, including purchase order, wiring diagrams, lubrication charts, and component drawings
8 extra spools of DoAll brand blade
Compund miter angle table with two adjustable light fixtures
an entire drawer of blade guides
check pictures. I recently purchased a full shop and this doesn't fit in my garage. $1800firm
Consider partial trade for Single phase 200-250 amp MIG welder (Miller, Lincoln, Hobart) and/or 50+ amp plasma cutter
734-765 four seven three zero ask for Greg
Located 18 miles north of Dubuque, IA.
1800.00 firm? better make room for that baby, your going to have it for a while!
There are classical uses for a vertical bandsaw that are no longer cost-effective for many shops.
EDM, plasma cutters, water jet cutters etc. have replaced a vertical bandsaw in many applications.
I wouldn't be surprised if the simple existence of a vertical bandsaw in a shop causes the workmen's comp salesman to stop, make a note, and say softly "that is going to cost you".
CNC processes go a long way to keeping a person's body parts away from the sharp edges.
I thought he did a great job of presenting the saw. And,it is a REAL machine!! I'd much rather have it than a $4000.00 small Asian saw from MSC(14"),with welder that only works part of the time (which is what I have!!)
No shortage of pictures.
That is one nice compact saw with lots of features. Certainly against a new saw I would think the price is good, for a home based machine shop.
P.S. Mr. Wilson, sounds like we have something in common, a saw. I have the same saw as you only it's labeled FUHO. I picked it up from an employer that was upgrading to a larger saw for $200. Nice little saw that doesn't take much floor space.
It looks like a very nice saw and for once, relatively close. I have a smaller American made vertical band saw I bought from the sole proprietor of a machine shop when he retired - it works fine with some patience but is a little anemic for bigger cuts and I've thought about getting something a little more substantial. Problem now is space and selling the one I have.
Sorry about the earlier post - people who have nothing better to do than take shots at a seller of something in which they have no real interest gripes my belly.
Very nice saw and great ad. If I had more room in my garage for that saw I would be making the 10 hour drive.
Bump, I will drop the price of the saw to $1200. Trades still considered, shipping may be possible.
PM sent I am interested in buying and may have a trade
I have one of these in my home shop, and I sure do like it.
Is the saw still available ?