New UK agent appointed for Italian sawing machine manufacturer 


Orbital Machinery, based in Chalfont St Giles, Bucks, is pleased to announce an agreement to import the Thomas range of bandsaws and circular cut off saws from the manufacturer in Italy.

Originally founded in the 1950s, the Thomas brand of machines are respected worldwide for their high quality and reliability. The full range consists of over 30 models for the metal fabrication, maintenance, general engineering and sheetmetal working industries.

The pivot-action circular cut-off saws are available in manual pull-down and semi-automatic versions with sawing capacities up to 120mm diameter or 160 x 90mm rectangle. A comprehensive range of easy mitring bandsaws are also available in manual pull-down; gravity down-feed; semi-automatic and fully automatic variants.

Sawing capacities range from 120mm diameter on the smallest pull-down model, through to 610mm diameter or 610 x 500mm rectangle on the largest in the range, designed for large fabrication shops or structural engineers cutting beams and columns.

Owner of Orbital Machinery, Chris Cole, commented: “Having admired the Thomas range of saws for many years, we are pleased to cooperate with this manufacturer of these top-quality sawing machines.

“Their machines complement our existing range perfectly and our intention is to price them very competitively to achieve the highest possible volume of sales that this respected, long established manufacturer deserves.”

Orbital Machinery







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