Here at Anton Saws, we sell a wide range of Macc industrial saws. This includes extensive manual and automatic ranges.
But which is the better option for you and your business?
Both types of industrial saw have their advantages! However, a lot of this depends on the work that you need to undertake. That’s why today we’re going to be discussing the benefits of utilising manual saws, compared to the separate benefits of using automatic saws in your business.
Despite being one of the most basic types of saws, there are clear advantages to choosing a manual. This is particularly important for tradesmen on the go.
Although there is the additional physical exertion required to operate these particular saws, these manual saws are often easier to use and easier to maintain overall. An added advantage is that they are generally cheaper to buy as a result, and can often be easily transported to different sites as necessary.
Manual saws may be cheaper to buy, but automatic saws work out to be cheaper per cut. This is due to the fact that manual saws require someone standing at the saw, lifting the blade and setting the stock. Automatic saws can be left to operate on their own, requiring less time and money.
If your business has a higher production value, then an automatic saw is a good choice! This is due to its continuous operation, saving the business time and labour.
Industrial Saws at Anton Saws
This brief overview has provided the basis into understanding manual saws compared to automatic saws.
If you are interested in finding out more, do not hesitate to get in touch or visit our showroom today! Our experienced and knowledgeable team members will be more than happy to answer any questions – we want to make your saw purchase less difficult.