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    Din Rail Cutter

    Has anyone seen a portable DIN RAIL Cutter ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MECHELEC View Post
    Has anyone seen a portable DIN RAIL Cutter ?
    Yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jettinvr6sc View Post
    Yes

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    Lol sorry that was just funny

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    i love my 12v Milwaukee band saw, its small and perfect for when im doing control work like running conduit and cutting din rails

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerinfrederick View Post
    i love my 12v Milwaukee band saw, its small and perfect for when im doing control work like running conduit and cutting din rails
    Thanks I will check it out : )

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    see so little din rail used here . When I come across it usually from Europe / Asia . Contactors, relays , fuse holders, timers , terminal, breakers , etc etc , just snap on to a din rail . But No not to much in the states , screw every thing down individually .

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    Yes. Milwaukee M18 Grinder with a cutting wheel.

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    Have seem them but not at jobsites there to big, comes in 2 versions manual or hydraulic driven, i’m from holland and its thru that 99,9 % of electrical fuses, switches and controllers is mounted on din rail’s in circuit- or (main) fuse -boards...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolerinfrederick View Post
    i love my 12v Milwaukee band saw, its small and perfect for when im doing control work like running conduit and cutting din rails
    Splain to me how to use a band saw to cut a din rail.How do you get blade thru hole? Unless starting at edge and leaving loose in a track insted of din snap mount.

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    Din rail for everything. Cutting it with portable Milwaukee bandsaw


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