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TWS BAND SAW 14 INCH Model NO: WBS-350

I was looking through some Band Saw ads and I came across this:
TWS BAND SAW 14"
WOOD CUTTING 3/4 HP 115 V

I asked for the model number and was told it's a WBS - 350 and that it's old but in excellent shape.

Has anyone ever heard of this bandssaw, and if so what can you tell me about it?

I did some searches and all I found was some Austrailian Band Saws with a slightly different Model Number BS - 350 but I'm not sure they're the same type of Band Saw.

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