This is Harbor Freight’s 14-inch, wood-cutting bandsaw. With the drive pulleys set to turn at the slowest blade speed, we were able to cut through this aluminum tube. However, we weren’t so lucky when we tried the same thing with a piece of 11⁄2-inch to 1⁄4-inch wall stainless steel tube. The blade just deflected, barely leaving a scratch on the tube. We are looking into how to modify a wood bandsaw to cut metal—look for that article in a couple of months.