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harveyindustriesintl
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19/11/2020 7:20 pm  

 

Alpha 615 Band Saw vs. the Ambassador C-14

  • 20x20 work space vs. a 20x 15 workspace
  • TiN (Titanium Nitrate) finish on the Alpha 615
  • 14in vs. 15in blade wheel / bigger blade (125 in vs. 132in)
  • Color (black vs. blue)
  • Alpha kills power switch on the door (aka if the door is open it won't start)
  • C-14 has a solid rod to guide the fence the Alpha has two rails (similar to a table saw)
  • Difference in Hi-Low Fences sizes

Full description of the Alpha 615: https://www.harveywoodworking.com/products/new-alpha-hw615-15-band-saw

Full description of the Ambassador C-14: https://www.harveywoodworking.com/products/new-ambassador-c14-3hp-14-band-saw

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BenButlerCo
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03/12/2020 4:54 pm  

Curious what the differences are between the motors and the power requirements. Do both saws run on 220V? Is there any option to run them on a 120 line? I know that some other band saw manufacturers have the option to run their saws on either 120 or 220. Speaking for my shop it would be nice to have the option to go with a 120 wiring scheme because 220 would require me to run a new line out to the saw. As woodworkers running a shop we all have to be at least a little skookum with electrical these days so it wouldn't be too big of an issue but something to consider.

~Ben


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