|Power: 450 W||Max cutting height: 155 mm|
|Table size: 320 x 320 mm||Max cutting width: 260 mm|
|Wheel Diameter: 280 mm||Blade length: 1850 mm|
|Blade width: 3-18 mm||Working height: 370 mm|
The Inca Euro 260 is a popular small band saw, with model number 342.186. What it lacks in modern features, it makes up for in reliability and accuracy. Mostly used for dimensioning smaller pieces and fine work, not resawing large planks.
The mitre gauge is rare, and interchangeable with the one of the Inca Universal, as both use the dovetailed mitre slot.
The Inca Euro 260 can be found quite regularly on the second-hand market. The Inca Expert 500 is its larger brother.
Tip: If your Inca bandsaw is missing the rip fence, Axminster in the UK sells one that fits perfectly (I’m using this myself). You just need to drill some holes in the rail to fit it to the table.
One thing to note is that the saw blade is reversed compared to most modern band saw blades. Mention this when you are ordering your new blade and the shop will weld it the other way around.
Parts and Blades: One part that often needs to be replaced is the rubber tire around the wheel (tends to dry out). One possible replacement is a urethane tire, which can be found here.
A good source for bandsaw blades in Europe is TuffSaws, which sells many different blades that will fit the Inca.
Excellent small bandsaw, accurate, reliable, and affordable.
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All the specs and options for the Inca Euro 260
|Working height||370 mm|
|Weight (standard configuration)||26 kg|
|Motor Voltage||3x 400V 1x 230V|
|Motor Frequency||50 Hz|
|Extra Features and Options|
|Maximum Cutting Height||155 mm|
|Maximum Cutting Width||260 mm|
|Table size||320 x 320 mm|
|Band Saw blade|
|Blade length||1850 mm|
|Blade width||3-18 mm|
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