The ReefKeeper Bandsaw DFS-100 from Inland is a workhorse coral cutting machine. The robust Inland Bandsaw has seen many miles of cutting limestone and coral skeletons in every corner of the country and now the machine is getting outfitted for maritime use. Whereas the previous model was designed primarily for cutting glass, the new DFS-100 ReefKeeper Band Saw features nearly all thermoplastic housing and it ships with a diamond coated saw blade. The blade guide is an all plastic, replaceable BladeSert that can be replaced for maximum performance so you can cut up every single last corallite of that Acan lord colony you just bought. Like before, the ReefKeeper Band Saw carries an active water cooling system that funnels water onto the cut to keep things clean, clear and visible. The Inland ReefKeeper Band Saw retails for $269 on the Inland Craft website and replacement diamond coated Band Saw blades are $69. The ReefKeepers Band Saw should become available in the next few days.