Safety Tips for Radial Arm Saws

Heavy Duty Radial Arm Saw

SAFETY IS ALWAYS A PRIORITY WHEN WORKING WITH CUTTING EQUIPMENT. When crosscutting with a radial arm saw, remember the following: Hold wood against the fence with left hand – pull saw with the right hand. Do not use the “anti-kick-back” as a handle to pull the saw through the wood.  Use the handle on the […]

Saws for Metal Cutting, IWF Connect & Dave

22.5" Super Duty Radial Arm Saw (3 phase with 16" crosscut)

Test Cuts with Metal Cutters Did you know that we make test cuts at our location?  We use our in-house saws for metal cutting to cut material for potential customers.  This means that while the cuts are being made, a video is created for the customer. After that the customer can then review the video […]

Radial Arm Saws: Using The Tool That Won’t Die

Radial Arm Saw… Dead?  Seriously? Every so often I run across a comment on a blog or an article that declares the death of the radial arm saw.  “They’re outdated.  They’re too dangerous.  They take up too much space.” How can you pronounce the radial arm saw dead when you consider it has been a […]

Glossary and Terms

Original Saw Glossary and Terms Part 1 There are many terms tossed around the office and plant at Original Saw.  As a woman in manufacturing, I had the distinct “advantage” of knowing nothing about machinery in general.  Lots of times I will say to my fellow male co-workers, “Yeah.  I don’t know what that means.” […]

Who are we?

The Original Saw Family See these people above?  They are our “work family”.  These are the people that CHOOSE to come to Original Saw Company and make work not so much work. They walk in the door and wear many hats, such as motor winders, service technicians, customer service reps, the boss, the production manager, engineers, accountants, […]