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Industrial Panel Saw: The Case for Buying a Vertical Panel Saw

An industrial panel saw comes in two configurations: vertical and horizontal. Since the creation of the two models, woodworkers have debated the efficacy of each one, with many woodworkers concluding that vertical models offer the most advantages. For woodworkers shopping for panel saws for sale, below are advantages a vertical panel saw commonly offers over a horizontal saw.

Easy to Deploy

Horizontal models occupy a larger space than vertical models, are heavier, and often have more parts requiring assembly. Consequently, they take more time and labor to deploy than vertical models. If a woodworker only needs one panel saw, ease of deployment is not a significant concern, but if he or she needs multiple units that must be ready for production in a short time, deployment time matters.

Saves Workspace

Because they are constructed horizontally, horizontal models need more work space than vertical models. In large factories that have a surplus of floor space, economizing on workspace is not important, but for companies that inhabit a small workspace to keep lease payments low, making use of every square foot is important. A vertical industrial panel saw occupies a minimal amount of floor space, and is easy to position in places horizontal woodworking machines are unable to go.

Saves Labor

Flat bed panel saws require the operator to keep the board square to the fence. Vertical models eliminate this requirement. A machinist places a board in the vertical holder and the saw cuts it. Saving labor makes the job of the machinist easier, and improves production time and reduces human error. If reducing waste pieces by reducing human error is one the buyer’s goals, it should include Computer Numerical Control (CNC) panels saws in its search for panel saws for sale.

Improves Cutting Quality

Vertical models are available with an automatic cutting cycle that maintains a constant speed to produce high-quality edges on panels. To receive the highest cutting quality, companies should consider buying a CNC panel saw whose cutting mechanism is computer-controlled.

Easy to Resell

Due to the benefits mentioned above, many woodworkers prefer vertical models to horizontal ones. This means the former model is often easier to resell than the latter. When properly maintained, industrial woodworking equipment has a long lifespan. As a woodworker’s production demand increases, he or she often experiences the need to liquidate his or her present machinery to buy new equipment. Selling a used vertical model may be easier than selling a used horizontal model.

Call RT Machine for Your Equipment Needs

For over a decade, RT Machine has been a supplier of topnotch industrial woodworking equipment. Serving individuals and companies alike, we offer a broad selection of new and refurbished machinery in various price ranges. We also offer a machine locator service that searches inventories of other sellers for equipment we do not currently have in stock. If you are looking for panel saws for sale, browse through our inventory, or let us locate the specific industrial panel saw you need by calling us today.

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