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A saw that was primarily intended to be used as a ripsaw. Thanks to its rugged construction it is still popular with professional carpenters.


History


Unlike its sister saw, the type 9, the type 10 circular saw has a timber feed mechanism. Apart from this, the saws are identical. The saw was donated to the Munktell Museum by Wiklund's Brädgård in Eskilstuna in 1995. It has been reconditioned and is fully operational.
 

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Beronius No 10; Circular saw

 

Introduced                                          1919

Maximum plane width                      500 mm

Maximum planing thickness            175 mm

Weight, gross                                       370 kg