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Products Snapshot: Interim Tier 4 Excavator From Cat and a Cordless Band Saw From Bosch

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The Bosch BSH180 Band Saw is powered by a rechargeable 18V lithium-ion battery and can be used to cut a variety of materials, including metal, copper pipe and electrical cable. The band saw weighs 7.7 lb with its battery pack and cuts materials up to 21/2 in. thick in a single pass. According to the manufacturer, the band saw is capable of making 150 cuts in 1-in. conduit in a single charge. The band saw's compact design allows it to be used in tight spaces and for making overhead cuts. Bosch Power Tools; 877-267-2499; www.boschtools.com
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