Yes, it's a vertical band saw, hydraulic table feed, I'm mostly in tool and die, this saw comes handy when cutting out tool steel.
does that mean you normally use the bandsaw type but you have a cold saw for those less frequent occasions when it is needed? i.e. the one you use most is the band saw type?
I use a 1" wide blade most of the time but sometimes go down to 1/2" when cutting curves by hand or cutting in a hole, then the blade gets welded on the machine.
I assume you're not in high production like me, ....no need for a fancy production saw.
A Thiel is a mill, similar to a Deckel FP2
"a holder for a Deckel like Thiel"? What's that?
There is one other advantage of a cold saw,...the end cuts are smooth, just like milled, no need to machine ends.
If you intend to cut precision cuts in all kind of tubing or extrusion, I would be seriously look into the cold saw.
Band saw's make a rough cut.