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Bera Band Saw


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Default Bera Band Saw

Does anyone have one of these
if this ones runs well will pick it up in the afternoon asking 700 it's made in Germany
don't see any info looks well made

I like the idea od the weights on the siding table will save some pushing
it was 550 v now changes to 220 so the welder on it won't work but I have a DOALL welder

I bought a worn out DOALL band saw years ago has been ok but time to up date a bit
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That is a nice looking saw. I've never seen one in the US though. If the welder is 550V a small step up transformer should get you back up and welding with no modification of the machine.
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