Power Die Saw/Essentials



Power Die Saw/Essentials

Art that Works

 For the labs that don't require the Power Model & Die Saw/System with all of it's accessories.

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We have tailored this new options for the lab that just want the Essentials

Each contains:

An innovative approach to improving productivity, the Power Die Saw/Essentials eliminates the labor intense process of hand sawing dies, speeds procedure, aids in sawing traditional or synthetic die stone efficiently. The air powered saw reciprocates at 60 strokes per second and uses standard or ultra thin blades for tight interproximal areas.

The adjustable model vise will accommodate full or quadrant models.


All of the accessories that are included in the
Power Model & Die Saw/System
can be purchased separate allowing you to up-grade as necessary.

Power Die Saw/Essentials

The Power Saw & Frame, Model Vise (rotates 360 degrees),  Foot Pedal,  Metal Base . 

Requires clean dry air at 70 to 90 PSI

This is our first upgrade to the Power Saw since it was intriduced in 1998.

The new saw (externally) is identical to the old one but with parts made to an even higher standard. 

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List Price $1375.00 U.S. Dollars

To see our technical article on Saw Blades click this link

To see Saw Blade description  and price click this link




Basic Model Vise

The Basic Model Vise was designed for sectioning models when the tilting feature is not required.

The model is held securely  on a horizontal plane.









Shown with optional tilt platform.


There are times when having the model tilted would be advantageous i.e.  improving the view or changing the saw angle.




Shown with optional saw frames, comes with standard 4" frame.

3" and 5" are also available.

The 3" gives maximum control & 5" gives greater economy.



Shown with optional handsaw.


Two types are available.

The Deluxe



The Basic





The Optional

 Upside-Down Saw

Designed to facilitate sawing dies from the bottom side up to the margins.

 The Upside-Down Saw will adjust from a horizontal position (shown) to a vertical angle accommodating the users preference.





The Upside-Down Saw illustrating Model-Mapping technique.

Using the back of the saw blade to visualize the proper placement / angle of the saw cut. 

By coating the back side of the saw blade with a wax / grease pencil or lipstick you can leave a alignment line on the model to be used as a reference line / guide.

See photo with guide lines

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Photos & graphics by Vincent Ferraro

Jan-01-08 / May-24-08 / June-14-08

Feb-04-2014 (1200)