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The HR110 horizontal resaw is an ideal solution for an affordable, efficient resaw unit recommended for softwoods. 

For the budget-minded business, the HR110 delivers excellent capacity and features. Head height is adjusted manually with a hand crank. The belt speed can be adjusted up to 25 metres per minute depending on the material being cut. Hold-down rollers keep cants steady during cutting. In-feed and out-feed roller tables are included. A side roller table facilitates returning uncut cants for another pass. 

To produce tapered products such as house siding, the head angle adjusts from 0° - 8°.


Manual Crank

Manual Crank Up/Down 
Simple manually operated up/down system.

Variable Speed Controler

Variable Speed Conveyor
Adjust from 0-25 m per minute depending on material being cut.

Head Tilt

Head Tilt 0º-8º
Produce varied angled final products easily with the tilting head.

Cant Hold down Rollers

Cant Hold-down rollers
Keep cants stable during cutting.

5.5 kW Electric Motor

5.5 kW motor
The HR110 is recommended for resawing softwood species.

Cant Roller Table

Cant Roller Tables
The additional tables assist in returning cants through the resaw.

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Standard 5.5 kW electric
Cutting Capacity
Min. cant width 50 mm
Max. cant width 400 mm
Min. cant height 10 mm
Min. material length 700 mm
Max. material length not limited.
(Additional support tables must be added for longer materials)
Min. cutting height 6 mm
Max. cutting height 280 mm (front roller only)
180 mm (with additional back roller)
Resaw Features
Standard Electric blade start
Variable speed feed belt
Manual crank head height
Blade lubrication tank
Front hold-down roller
Optional In-feed and out-feed tables
Cant return side table
Back hold-down roller
Belt Speed 0 - 25 m/min
Head tilt 0º - 8º
Length 4010 mm
Width 32-35 mm
Blade wheel diameter 483 mm
Resaw Requirements
Normal power usage 6 kW; 400V AC; 50 Hz
Dust collection port size 150 mm

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