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Baileigh CS-250EU; 110 Volt European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 10" Blade Diameter BI-1002426Baileigh CS-250EU; 110 Volt European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 10" Blade Diameter BI-1002426
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Baileigh CS-350EU; 220V 1Phase Variable Speed Inverter Driven Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002535Baileigh CS-350EU; 220V 1Phase Variable Speed Inverter Driven Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002535
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Baileigh CS-275EU; 110 Volt European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 11" Blade Diameter BI-1002434Baileigh CS-275EU; 110 Volt European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 11" Blade Diameter BI-1002434
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Baileigh CS-315EU; 220V 1Phase European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 12.5" Blade Diameter BI-1002450Baileigh CS-315EU; 220V 1Phase European Style Manually Operated Cold Saw 12.5" Blade Diameter BI-1002450
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Baileigh CS-275SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Automatic Cold Saw 11" Blade Diameter BI-1002447
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Baileigh CS-275M; 220V 3Phase HD Manually Operated Cold Saw 11" Blade Diameter BI-1002444
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Baileigh CS-350P; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Manually Operated Cold Saw with Pneumatic Vise 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002574Baileigh CS-350P; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Manually Operated Cold Saw with Pneumatic Vise 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002574
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Baileigh CS-350M; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Manually Operated Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002569Baileigh CS-350M; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Manually Operated Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002569
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Baileigh CS-350SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Automatic Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002578Baileigh CS-350SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Automatic Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002578
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Baileigh CS-355M; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Manually Operated Aluminum Cutting Cold Saw 14" Blade Diameter BI-1002589
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Baileigh CS-355SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Automatic Cold Saw for Aluminum 14" Blade Diameter 3200 RPM BI-1002591
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Baileigh CS-225M-V2; Manually Operated 8-1/2" Portable Cold Saw, 110V 60Htz BI-1013715Baileigh CS-225M-V2; Manually Operated 8-1/2" Portable Cold Saw, 110V 60Htz BI-1013715
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Baileigh CS-C425SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Auto Column Type Cold Saw 16" Blade Diameter BI-1002633
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Baileigh CS-C485SA; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Semi-Auto Column Type Cold Saw with Inverter Drive 16" Blade Diameter BI-1002634
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Baileigh CS-475AV; 220V 3Phase Heavy Duty Automatic Cold Saw 16" Blade Diameter BI-1002594

What is a Cold Saw used for? 

A cold saw is a type of cutting machine that is used to cut metal and other materials with a circular saw blade. The term "cold saw" comes from the fact that the saw blade is cooled with a lubricant, such as oil, while it is cutting, which helps to reduce heat build-up and minimize the risk of warping or deforming the material being cut.

Cold saws are typically used in industrial settings where precision cutting of large quantities of metal is required. They are capable of making very precise cuts, and are able to hold tight tolerances. They are also frequently used to cut materials that are difficult to machine with traditional cutting methods.

There are two types of cold saws: a manual cold saw and an automatic cold saw. A manual cold saw is operated by a person, who manually feeds the material into the saw blade. An automatic cold saw, on the other hand, is operated by a computer numerical control (CNC) system, which automatically feeds the material into the saw blade based on pre-programmed cutting instructions.

Cold saws are used in various metalworking industries, such as aerospace, automotive, construction, and metal fabrication. They are suitable for cutting a wide range of materials, including steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and many other alloys.



What is the difference between a Cold Saw and a Chop Saw? 


A cold saw and a chop saw are both types of cutting machines, but they have some important differences in their design and the way they cut.

A cold saw, as I mentioned before, uses a circular saw blade that is cooled with a lubricant while cutting to minimize heat build-up and prevent warping or deforming the material being cut. The saw blade is typically powered by a high-torque motor, and the cutting action is relatively slow and precise. Cold saws are often used to make very precise cuts, and are able to hold tight tolerances. They are also frequently used to cut materials that are difficult to machine with traditional cutting methods, and can handle large quantities of metal.

A chop saw, also known as a "cut-off saw" or "abrasive saw", uses an abrasive disk to make the cuts. The disk is typically made of a composite material such as aluminum oxide or silicon carbide. A chop saw is a much more high-speed cutting process, and cuts are made by applying a rapid, forceful impact to the material. Chop saws are commonly used in construction and metalworking applications, they are often used to quickly cut through large sections of metal pipe, angle iron, and other structural materials. Chop saws are faster, and can cut thicker material than cold saws.

In summary, cold saws are designed for precision cutting of metals, where high accuracy and tight tolerances are required, while chop saws are designed for fast, rough cutting of metal and other materials. Cold saws are best suited for cleanly cutting large quantities of metal while chop saws are best suited for cutting individual large pieces of metal.

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