Model 14 BandSaw
Home Rockwell 28-200 Band Saw Stats


  • 1/2hp Leeson Electric (model 62-227)
  • 1725 RPM
  • 120/220 volts single phase
  • cw / ccw rotation ability
  • 5/8" shaft / 2" pulley (1/2" v-belt) 3/16 keyway
  • 58" x 1/2 " v-belt (a few inches shorter is usable as well, there is alot of adjustment room)
  • Made in USA

Band Saw

  • 14" x 14" cast iron table
  • 1/8" to 3/4" blades
  • removable drive pulley (6" diameter / 3/4" bore / 3/16" keyway / 1/2" V-belt)
  • blade length: 93 and a 1/2 inches (93" 1/2")
  • 2 1/2" x 3/32" table insert
  • 13 3/4" depth throat
  • 6 1/8" thick stock capacity
  • 6 1/4" resaw capability (due to my Carter roller guides, stock guides should allow approx 7 1/4")
  • over 45° table tilt (right) and approx 13º left tilt. (gauge in readable to 45º each side only)
  • 1/8" thick steel enclosed stand (28-300)
  • push button start / stop switch
  • removable upper (saw) pulley guard with access door
  • removable lower access door (stand / motor)
  • Blade Speed (SFPM) 2107.49 (explained)




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