Although not as heavy duty as the Wadkin C range, the E range of Bandsaws are equipped with all the user and safety features required for use in education or light industry.
As with all Wadkin products the E400 and E600 Bandsaws are a robust and hard wearing machine, but also cost effective. Heavy cast iron band wheels ensure quiet vibration-free operation. The GL blade guides are easy to adjust and support the blade in the deepest of cuts. An easy to read blade tension guide makes blade changing simple. Safety features include key operated starter, interlocked doors, latched mushroom foot stop, braked motor and rack and pinion to the top saw guides and guard.
The Wadkin story stretches over ten decades and was established in 1897, the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, and has become to date one of the most successful manufacturers of woodworking machines in the world. The company originally had 16 subsidiary companies and divisions employing over 1800 people. Wadkin is now situated in Nottingham, under the new ownership of A L Dalton Ltd - a superb state of the art facility in which an unrivalled offering of machine viewing and live demonstrations across stock machinery takes place, a highly skilled technical and sales team on hand to offer support and advice on every aspect of Wadkin is on offer every day.