Gemini Taurus 3 Ring Saw
Taurus 3 Ring Saw - Gemini Saws

Price: $555.00

Product Code: 80.00183

Description Technical Specs

Taurus 3 Ring Saw - Gemini Saws

The Gemini Taurus 3 Ring Saw by Gemini Saws is an extremely versatile, light-duty ring saw capable of cutting a wide variety of materials including tile, stone, glass, plexiglass, and various metals such as brass, silver, and aluminum, and more. Its ring saw blade features a hollow center and is a virtual “ring” of stainless steel.

Portability - Can be Converted to Hand Held Saw

The Gemini Taurus 3 Ring Saw’s water system is completely self-contained allowing for easy portability. For ultimate maneuverability, the saw can be converted into a handheld saw, allowing you to bring the saw directly to the material. The saw also features an integrated spotlight and stabilizer foot. The Gemini Taurus 3 Ring Saw is ideal for professional tile installers, glass and metals workers, artists, DIY enthusiasts, and more that require intricate cuts that just are not possible with conventional cutters.

Versatility with Different Available Blades

Several different blades are available for the Taurus 3 Ring Saw with the appropriate blade depending on the job at hand. The Standard Gemini Taurus 2 Blade is a general-purpose blade that features a diamond grit coating allowing for omni-directional cutting or for the material to be fed into the saw blade from any direction including forward, backward, and diagonal.

The Wire Blades including the Standard Wire Blade, Slim Wire Blade, and Dichroic Blade are ideal for cutting glass, tile, and other materials with intricate designs. All of the wire blades feature 360-degree diamond coating for omni-directional cutting.

The Mega Blade is used for mainly front and back cutting. It is the strongest blade available and is ideal for dense materials. The Mega Blade is included with the Taurus 3. With the exception of the Mega Blade, blades are interchangeable between the Gemini Taurus 2 and Gemini Taurus 3 Ring Saws.

NOTE: The Taurus 3 comes with a Flocked Belt (Gemini Part # 0108) installed. The Flocked Belt has a kevlar flocking and thicker grooves for better wear with more abrasive blades including the Mega Blade, Slicer Blade, and Speed Blade.

Standard Equipment:
  • 1 Mega Blade (installed).
  • Flocked Belt (installed).
  • Integrated spotlight.
  • Removable face shield.
  • 1 Stabilizer Foot
  • 1 Instructional DVD and user manual.

  • 17-3/4” x 16” work surface.
  • 5-5/8” throat depth.
  • 1-1/2” throat height.
  • 1/5 horse power motor.
  • 110 volt
Additional Information
Gemini Ring Saw FAQ

    Q: What is a Ring Saw?

    A: A Ring Saw is a saw designed for cutting glass and tile using a unique and patented design that produces clean and chip free cuts. It is similar to a band saw and radial saw, combining the best aspects of both.

    Q: What type of materials does the Ring Saw cut?

    A: The Ring Saw can cut a wide variety of materials including stone, marble, granite, tile, plexi-glass, glass, nonferrous metals, and acrylic. It is often used for cutting tile and glass.

    Q: How is a Ring Saw different from other types of saws, such a band saw or reciprocating saw?

    A: A Ring Saw spins in a perfect circle, producing little or no vibration, and can cut in all directions. A band saw, however, spins in an ellipse, cutting in a forward motion. Reciprocating saws, such as jig saws, move in a push and pull reciprocating motion, rather than a rotating motion. The vibration on the upward stroke causes delicate pieces to be more prone to breakage and to wear out more quickly.

    Q: What kind of blade does a Ring Saw use?

    A: The Ring Saw blades (with the exception of the 4” solid blade) feature a hollow center, giving the ability to make tight radius cuts as well as straight lines. Different blades are available for specific cutting applications, such as for cutting delicate glass or for aggressive straight cutting. The high quality blade cuts with far less chipping because of the high torque and slower blade RPM.

    Q: Where is the water pump, and do I always have to use water?

    A: The Ring Saw is self contained with no pump. The saw is designed so the belt that drives the blade also picks up water and delivers to the cut. Water should always be used.

    Q: How long do the parts last before needing to be replaced?

    A: The drive belt has an average lifespan of two to three blades. The blades often have superior blade life because they spin at a much slower RPM and with more torque than the average wet saw blade.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Good product August 22, 2016
Reviewer: BARBARA WRIGHT from Trinidad, CA United States  
Well made and performs well.    A bit too soon to really evaluate it fully.

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4 of 5 gemini taurus 3 ring saw October 1, 2015
Reviewer: Robert Snyder from Douglas, WY United States  
have not used it yet but have seen it at work and
think it is a great tool

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5 of 5 Gemini July 16, 2015
Reviewer: Elaine from Buzzards Bay, MA United States  
Just learning to use this, but seems great so far!

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5 of 5 Love this saw! March 9, 2015
Reviewer: Lyne Lassen from Sterling Heights, MI United States  
This is my second Taurus 3 Ring Saw.  The first one lasted 8 years and a whole lot of hours of use!  I cut pretty aggressively and I cut a lot. This saw really held up well and I am thrilled to have a new one!

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5 of 5 Taurus 3 November 15, 2013
Reviewer: Marcia K. Walish from Miami, AZ United States  
I think it is great, I used on tiles made out of clay, it cuts perfect. Save a lot of time and material.
The only issue is too much water spilling makes the tiles too wet so the clay softens. I think I'll use less water in the container, but haven't tried it yet.

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