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struppi's picture

I'm looking for a inca band saw . I have saw one that I have used and liked but can't find one in Idaho. does anybody know of one. Tanks

forestgirl's picture

(post #101274, reply #1 of 5)

They show up on Craig's List on a fairly regular basis.  You might want to search in your area and in other cities, send emails, see if you can get someone to ship it to you.


I just sold an Inca table saw, the small (7") version listing it on the Seattle Craig's List site.  My first email was from Pennsylvania, the guy I sold it to is in California.  Shipping won't be cheap, but the Inca stuff is few and far between.  eBay, of course, is another option.  You can set up a search and ask to be notified by email when there's a hit.


PS:  When you search, use both band saw and bandsaw for good measure.



forestgirl -- you can take the girl out of the forest, but you can't take the forest out of the girl ;-) 


Edited 12/1/2007 11:48 am by forestgirl

forestgirl -- you can take the girl out of the forest, but you can't take the forest out of the girl ;-) 

philip's picture

(post #101274, reply #2 of 5)

Which one do you want - the Major or the Minor? The Major is a three wheel one like Linda Lovelace.Er, it is also bigger.

Philip Marcou

Philip Marcou
mufti's picture

(post #101274, reply #3 of 5)

          Do you want the Inca for any special reason? I ask because that was my first band saw, but eventually I sold it and bought a fourteen inch saw.


You can do small work on a big saw but a small saw really does restrict the scope of working, from the narrow throat to balancing timber on a small table of a light machine. 

macmillan's picture

(post #101274, reply #4 of 5)

I have an Inca 710, the 20 inch 3 wheel saw that I'd sell, but it's in Maine!

struppi's picture

(post #101274, reply #5 of 5)

I would like to know how much you would like forr it .And about how muuch it weighs, also could you send some photos .