Low hour YUKON II Bridge with very low hours, just 1070 hours, tilting table, tilting saw head and laser guide light.
Machine sits on a concrete block wall.
Still under power, inspect in operation.
This is a rare find and won't last long.
The following specifications and control features are taken from the manufacturer's web site for a 2009 model and cannot be guaranteed to be acurate for a 2006 model.
Maximum sawing depth with diamond blades designed for granite: 2-1/4" with 14" blade, 3-1/4" with 16" blade, 6-3/4" with 24" blade
Maximum tool width: 1-1/2"
Blade housing built to accept 24" blade (maximum)
Blade center hole to fit a 50mm arbor shaft
Blade mounted on left side of bridge as viewed by operator
Blade flange size: 8-1/2"
Main motor size: 20 HP AC, 1150 RPM across the line starters, TEFC motor
Main drive system: Direct drive
Bridge miter with portable digital angle indicator (accurate to 0.1 degree): 0-47 degree manual position and lock
Track type wire/hose distribution system for cross-head travel
Cross-head travel distance: 144" travel provides 136" plunge cut in 4 cm (1-1/2") thick material with 14" blade
Cross-head travel speed: 1-50 FPM, variable-speed AC drive, TEFC motor
Cross-head travel drive: Rack & pinion
Cross-head travel guides: Dual round linear ways with precision slide bearings and automatic oil system
Raise and lower: 12"
Raise and lower drive: variable-speed AC drive; screw driven
Fixed blade cover: includes ball valve and water hose and water forks for water application to blade
Standard gantry rails: 198" in length, 11' 6" cutting area
Gantry drive speed: 1-20 FPM, automatic air brakes
Joystick or touch-screen gantry controls
3 pre-set move single-cut widths and added +/- direction toggle
Improved procedure for changing cut-modes
10 auto-mode programmable cut widths
Two storable preset X axis soft limits
Programmable žroddingÓ soft limit to Z axis
External pushbutton arbor control switches
Simplified screen navigation and improved labeling
Merged manual and semi-automatic functions into one function for making single cuts
Adopted X-Y-Z coordinates to describe direction of movement
Improved touch-screen interface with fast refresh speed
Y axis joystick has center lock to prevent accidental movement