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Allied High Tech Products, Inc.: Precision Low-Speed Saw

March 6, 2002
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Allied High Tech Products, Inc. recently announced the release of its latest generation precision low-speed saw, the TechCut 4. The TechCut 4 combines clean, intuitive design and rugged, durable components to offer excellent long-term value in this equipment segment. The saw incorporates a gravity-feed design featuring 1 micron cross-indexing resolution, 3- to 6-in. blade range, a spacious work platform, touch-pad variable speed control from 10-500 rpm, rotation cutting attachment integration with machine controls, retractable dressing stick attachment, ergonomic splash shield, and corrosion-resistant machined aluminum and stainless steel construction.

For more information, call (800) 675-1118 or (310) 635-2466, or visit

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