Used multi-blade saws 37

Comeva SME 300/120 Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 380 mm
Engine power 40 kW
Working width 300 mm

SVITAVY PWR 402 Multi-blade saw

Year: 1996

For sale is a TOS SVITAVY multi-saw, two-shaft. Year of production 1996. The machine is operational, after regeneration of the track link. The upper shaft is available separately. Motors and pulleys in working order.

Paul K34 / G 1800 Multi-blade saw

Year: 2004

Blade diameter 270 mm
Working width 1690 mm
Feed advance 48 m/min
Cutting height 85 mm
Engine power 2.2 kW

Raimann KD31 340/200 Multi-blade saw

Year: 1988

Blade diameter 350 mm
Working width 340 mm
Cutting height 200 mm
Engine power 55 kW

A. COSTA PUMA 2/60 350/160 Multi-blade saw

Year: 1991

Blade diameter 300 mm
Working width 350 mm
Cutting height 160 mm
Engine power 45 kW

GABBIANI SA 500 Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 380 mm
Engine power 37.28561 kW
Cutting height 125 mm
Carpet length 500 mm

KSE 440 Multi-Blade Saw / Circular Saw

Year: 1985

Number of blades 2
Cutting height 160 mm
Engine power 4 kW
Blade diameter 440 mm
Working width 2000 mm

TOS Svitavy PWR 402 440/200 Multi-blade saw

Year: 2005

Blade diameter 350 mm
Working width 440 mm
Cutting height 200 mm
Engine power 30 kW

WP 165 2W Brodpol 380/165 nr 1 Multi-blade saw

Year: 2005

Blade diameter 300 mm
Working width 380 mm
Feed advance 30 m/min
Cutting height 165 mm
Engine power 55 kW

QCM QMJ145E Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 505 mm
Working width 350 mm
Feed advance 24 m/min
Cutting height 170 mm
Engine power 0.75 kW

A.Costa 2/SS Multi-blade saw

Year: 1985

Number of blades 12
Cutting height 120 mm
Carpet length 350 mm
Blade diameter 350 mm
Engine power 150 kW

Weinig Unimat 23 Multi-blade saw

Year: 1997

Number of blades 5
Cutting height 120 mm
Blade diameter 40 mm
Working width 230 mm

Walter WD 250/350 KBA Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 70 mm
Working width 600 mm
Feed advance 13 m/min
Cutting height 170 mm
Engine power 22 kW

Fermin Elola SCM 350-2C Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 350 mm
Working width 300 mm
Cutting height 120 mm
Engine power 37.28561 kW

QCM QMJ143E Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 380 mm
Working width 300 mm
Feed advance 30 m/min
Cutting height 120 mm
Engine power 22 kW

Paul K34V/1000/L 900/100 Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 350 mm
Working width 900 mm
Cutting height 100 mm
Engine power 55 kW

ZLT 500/140 Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 450 mm
Working width 500 mm
Cutting height 140 mm
Engine power 30 kW

COSTA Sierra de hoja multi-sierra Multi-blade saw

Year: 2002

Number of blades 6
Engine power 75 kW
Cutting height 200 mm
Feed advance 150 m/min

Unknown DMJB-200 Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 350 mm
Working width 800 mm
Feed advance 25 m/min
Cutting height 200 mm
Engine power 45 kW

Walter WD 425/400 KBA Multi-blade saw

Year:

Blade diameter 425 mm
Working width 330 mm
Feed advance 13 m/min
Cutting height 145 mm
Engine power 15 kW


A multi-blade saw is a saw that allows pieces of wood to be cut in more than one location - all at the same time. The cutting is often referred to as ripping and is combined with longitudinal cutting to make the first stage of wood processing more efficient and done in a faster way.

Featuring two or more circular blades that are mounted on a saw shaft, multi-blade saws use rings that are pushed against the shaft, allowing motion that cuts wood of varying sizes in a quick and accurate manner.

Nowadays, multi-blade saws are used to produce wooden work pieces of exact widths, lengths and sizes - all based on a unique selection of distance rings. This saves people time from having two use two or more machines or from having to unload the same pieces of wood in order to achieve the desired dimensions.

How do modern multi-blade saws work?

Basically, the large production lines are the main aspect that uses a slight variation of the multi-blade saw that is known as a gang saw. This multi-blade cutting machine usually adopts a CNC technology with a central computer that directs its precise movements and cuts - all in order to ensure greater speed and accuracy.

As soon as the wood is properly positioned on a low-vibration horizontal table, the multi-blade saw moves against it (located on a mobile bridge), ensuring a stable feeding mechanism. The main moving parts here are the blades, the mobile clamping unit and the feed mechanism. Each of them is properly optimized and configured for speed, accuracy and efficiency.

Customizability is another great feature when it comes to multi-blade saws. For example, different saws can be customized by adding adjustable saws, anti-kickback devices as well as feeding mechanisms that all help in optimizing the workflow. Even though equipment like this can be expensive for small operations, it definitely does wonders when it comes to speed, reliability and accuracy.

Why are multi-blade saws ideal for large-scale production?

There are many wood processors and manufacturers out there who are in constant need of a machine that cuts the exact dimensions using simple methods.

Luckily, multi-blade saws are exactly that - machines that decrease the processing and maintenance costs while ensuring proper quality and incredible results. It only takes one load, unload and reload of a piece of wood to be able to cut it from each side, lengthways and widthways.

Multi-blade saws and their area of use

Efficient, profitable and quick - multi-blade saws come in a range of sizes which means that they can be used everywhere, from small workshops to large-scale production facilities.

Most of the common woodworking operations use rip saws to cut specific shapes and sizes of wood which are essential in the production of beams, boards and furniture. However, multi-blade saws are used for natural stone processing as well.

Main advantages and popular multi-blade saw manufacturers

As we said earlier, the strongest advantages of multi-blade saws include the accuracy as the first and foremost advantage - as well as the reliability and speed coming next. These machines are certainly making woodcutting a lot easier and changing the perspective of furniture production, the production of beams and boards as well as wood parts for certain industries.

Multi-blade saws are also incremental for large-scale production where manufacturers can increase capital expenditure, processing and maintenance costs - and load, unload and reload pieces of wood in a time-efficient and cost-effective way.

Some of the most popular and common multi-blade saw manufacturers include the names of:
  • RAIMANN
  • PAUL
  • IWM
  • SCM
  • Bauerle
  • A.Costa
  • Holytek 
  • and many others
As for prices, most of the newer operating units start from $50k while there are used multi-blade saws that can be found for as low as $10k with a longer lifespan.

Buying new vs. used multi-blade rip saws

At Exapro, we pride ourselves on the wide selection of multi-blade saws, rip saws, panel saws and other similar tools at the most competitive prices. You can compare some of the newest multi-blade saws and find them at the best price - or choose a second-hand multi-blade saw from manufacturers like NEVA, PAUL, CML, RAIMANN, SCHROEDER, TOS, WALTER and many others.

There are filters that can help you in your search for the perfect multi-blade saws and help you make a solid and well-informed decision. Whether it's your home, workshop or large-scale business, our selection of multi-blade saws is huge and can help you in the production of beams, boards or furniture.