20″ Manual Crosscut Power Saw (3 phase with 18″ crosscut)


  • 7.5 HP 3 phase TEFC (totally enclosed fan cooled) motor
  • 208, 230, 460 or 575 volt motor
  • 18” crosscut
  • 6 ⅜” depth of cut
  • Manual Clamping
  • Integrated Dust Collection
  • Varied Frequency Drive (VFD) eliminates the need for a mechanical brake. Not only does the VFD extend the life of the motor, but it shortens the startup amps.
  • Laser Blade Path Line
  • Enclosed Lexan Polycarbonate Cutting Area
  • Powder Coated, Heavy Steel Frame
  • E-Stop
  • Start/Stop Station
  • Manual Carriage Pull Handle
  • Handle Grip
  • Made in USA


Original Saw Company’s most powerful Manual Crosscut Power Saw is the 20″ Model 3725.M.

Boasting a 7.5 horsepower 3 phase motor, the 20” Crosscut Power Saw offers the power expected from an industrially rated saw.

Efficiency, precision, and safety are vital factors companies seek when using a Crosscut Power Saw. The model 3725.M is a manual saw that can make a generous 6 ⅜” deep cut in a single pass and has an 18” crosscut capability.

Unparalleled Benefits of the 20″ Manual Crosscut Power Saw

20″ Manual Crosscut Power Saws make repeatable, accurate, straight cuts over and over again.  

Benefits include:

  • Heavy-duty frame manufactured from powder-coated, heavy steel
  • Increased safety with an enclosed cutting area 
  • Powerful 7.5 horsepower 3 phase motor 
  • TEFC (totally enclosed fan cooled) motor and internal automatic brake
  • Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) that controls the arbor motor. Using the VFD increases the speed of the blade over 8 seconds. Because of the VFD, this saw has a slower, smoother start-up. 
  • Manual clamps come standard. Choose to upgrade with Pneumatic Clamping.


We proudly manufacture this saw and provide customer support in our Northern Iowa facility. 

Additional information

Weight 850 lbs
Dimensions 73 × 58 × 61 in

7.5 hp 3 phase TEFC (totally enclosed, fan cooled) motor

Product Length (Inches)

Product Width (Inches)

Product Height (Inches)

Cuttable Material


Max Crosscut

Max Depth Cut

Can do the following cuts

Capable of Rip Cuts

Voltage Options

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Phases of Voltage Available

Pneumatic Clamping Ability?

Powered Feed Option?

Ordering & Shipping

Manufacturing of Crosscut Power Saws happens after the customer orders. Machines are considered custom and are made voltage specific. If you are unsure about the power requirements of your location, please get in touch with an electrician.

Because some cutting applications are custom and specific, our team may contact you about your purchase. It is our priority to build a saw that fits our customers’ needs.

Crosscut Power Saws are fully assembled and tested in our facility. The saw is placed on a skid with a package built around it. This makes setup and installation easy.

When the saw is delivered, simply:

  1. Remove Crosscut Power Saw from the skid
  2. Wire included cord into the power box
  3. Install blade of choice


These machines have provided innovative wood cutting in thousands of manufacturing companies throughout the world. Count on everyday repeatability and accuracy for years to come.



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This substantial saw weighs in at 800 pounds and is made for the rigors of everyday use over multiple shifts.

A Crosscut Power Saw can easily cut through wood and wood products, composite material, and plastic.

Cut material one piece at a time or stack multiple pieces to cut several at once. Cutting several pieces at once can undoubtedly improve your production rate.

Find Crosscut Power Saws in: 

  • big box stores 
  • lumber yards
  • schools
  • pallet shops 
  • many more industries. 

Are you looking for a "safer option" when cutting? Original Saw Company designed this Crosscut Power Saw with safety features at the forefront.  

  • The Lexan Polycarbonate enclosed cutting area covers the saw's top and makes an enclosed cutting space. Unlike other saws, the operator cannot get a hand near the blade. Cutting safety is markedly increased due to the enclosed cutting area.
  • This saw is unique due to its pull handle. When cutting material, grab the handle on the right side of the machine. The blade becomes visible as the operator pulls the handle forward. As the operator pulls the carriage radially forward, it travels on a heavy fabricated steel beam. The carriage pulls the blade through the material to make the cut. After the cut, let go of the handle. The carriage returns to its home position under the machine cover.
  • While the saw is in operation, the machine pulls the sawdust back into the machine, and the dust port removes the dust on the backside of the frame.

Choose the right blade for a 20″ Manual Crosscut Power Saw.

Original Saw Company recommends a 20″ General Purpose Blade for Radial Arm Saws and Crosscut Power Saws – 60 tooth.

Blades are sold separately from the saw.

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Do You Need Test Cuts?

Are you unsure if this machine can cut your material?

Ask about sending in a material sample to Original Saw. We will cut your material on our shop saw and make a video. Afterwards, you can review the videoed test cuts and make informed decisions. Most importantly, we want you to feel comfortable with your solutions before your purchase.

Would you like to send us your material?

Email us at customerservice@originalsaw.com or call at (800) 733-4063 to start the process.

Compatible Saw Accessories

Saw Flat Extension Tables

It is highly recommended to use Saw Flat Extension Tables on the infeed and outfeed sides when using a Crosscut Power Saw. There is no exposed table on the saw because of the enclosed cutting surface. The Flat Tables will provide stability and safety when running material through the Crosscut Power Saw.

Saw Measuring Systems

When choosing Saw Measuring Systems for the Crosscut Power Saw, the Fixed Foot or Flip Foot options can be used.

It is recommended to use a Flip Foot when cutting material that is smaller than 4’, do not use the 4’ Fixed Foot Measuring System. (Saw Measuring System with Fixed Foot – 4′ long, left side mount or Saw Measuring System with Fixed Foot – 4′ long, right side mount). When the material is under 4’, it is difficult to retrieve it from the enclosed cutting area.