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    I realize this is a long shot but have to try. I recently purchased this saw at an auction and can find no identifying marks on it. I was told it was a Panther, but I can’t locate any thing online under that brand or model. I realize there are many knock-offs out there and this may very well be one of them but without any marks/identification I don’t know where to start. just want to be prepared in case I need parts down the road. it has a 14 inch blade, 3 phase, scoring blade (not with it but would be nice to add if I could find parts), was told it was 7.5 hp, and 2007 year. maybe someone has seen one like it? also am not sure if this fits into 'vintage' tools or not so if not, please move or let me know and i can do it. thanks in advance for any help or insight.
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  • #2

    Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

    Make a sharp picture of the motor info, and post it, it might send you into certain direction on where to look.

    Have fun and take care
    Leo Van Der Loo

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    • #3

      Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

      It's far too modern for me.

      Cheers, Vann.
      Proud member of the Wadkin Blockhead Club.

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      • #4

        Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

        does this help? there is also an induction motor but that pic didn't come out so clear

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        • #5

          Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

          ABB motors can be Euro or Chinese. I tend to think the saw is Chinese or maybe Taiwan. Biesse has a factory in China and makes saws for themselves and rebadged for others. They are fairly close copies of Euro designs and this looks a little like the SCMI Hydro from the 1990s. The table locking rail looks just like the Biesse and other Asian saws. ( Baleigh, Cantek, Extrema, Oliver, etc. ). Dave

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          • #6

            Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

            cant Help with the make but is that a Tiger Stop fence that I see?
            If your dreams don't scare you, you are not dreaming big enough

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            • #7

              Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

              it is a tiger stop fence and it came with it. now I have to learn a new saw and a the tiger stop. I am excited about both.

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              • #8

                Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

                Maybe from this company, not this one, all automated ??

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8SudiMSywE
                Last edited by Leo Van Der Loo; 02-10-2020, 01:35 PM.

                Have fun and take care
                Leo Van Der Loo

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                • #9

                  Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

                  power up and power tilt. is that what you mean by automated?

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                  • #10

                    Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

                    Originally posted by chasebull View Post
                    power up and power tilt. is that what you mean by automated?
                    Is yours all automated, more than the one I linked to ??

                    Have fun and take care
                    Leo Van Der Loo

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                    • #11

                      Re: can anyone help identify this saw?

                      mine is less automated. it has power up and power down with a button. and power tilt with button.

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