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Type of machine

Band Saw

Manufacturer

Hammer

Designed in

Austria

Aimed at

Hobbyists,
Semi-Professionals

Production status

New

Specifications
Power: 2500 W Max cutting height: 310 mm
Table size: 420 x 575 mm Max cutting width: 420 mm
Wheel Diameter: 440 mm Blade length: 3976 mm
Blade width: 6–25 mm Working height: 886 mm

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The Hammer N4400 band saw has a great price/performance ratio, making it an attractive machine for hobbyists and semi-professionals to get professional quality for a price that is in range of enthusiasts as well.

This saw is the big brother of the Hammer N3800. The main difference between the two is the size.

Cons

  • There are cheaper alternatives that will perform almost as well for hobbyists

Pros

  • Excellent price/performance ratio
  • Professional-level quality at a reasonable price
  • Reliable manufacturer with high standards

Value for money

A

Quality

A

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Detailed Specifications

All the specs and options for the Hammer N4400

General
Working height886 mm
Weight (standard configuration)170 kg
Total height1865 mm
Motor
Motor Voltage3x 400V 1x 230V
Motor Frequency50 or 60 Hz
Extra Features and Options
Circle cutting deviceOption
Sanding unitOption
Mitre fenceOption
Rolling carriage without lifting barOption
Lifting bar for rolling carriageOption
Band Saw
Maximum Cutting Height310 mm
Maximum Cutting Width420 mm
Table size420 x 575 mm
Band Saw blade
Blade length3976 mm
Blade width6–25 mm

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