This smooth running, well equipped, mini table saw is a must have for the serious hobbyist. It is nicely presented and complemented by an excellent manual. The saw cuts square and straight, guided by a neat digital fence, with extension. The table is extendable for extra support on wider pieces. Blade height and angle are easily adjusted and locked by detent. Three blades enable multiple materials to be cut, such as wood, plastic and thin non-ferrous metals. Very accurate, smooth, rip and angle cuts are possible. The saw has front controls, a vac attachment, push stick and weighs approx. 8kg. It can cut up to 20mm thick wood. This saw permits accurate angle cutting, the mitre being well guided in table slots, and set either in detents for common angles, or adjustable for others. Compound mitres are possible. The blade tilts to 45 degrees. Feature: Motor Power: 200W DC, Variable SpeedNo-Load Speed: 4400 to 6800rpm Cutting Height: 0 - 22mm at 90deg. 0 - 19mm at 45 deg.Blade Angle Adjustment: 0-45deg.Digital Readout Fence
This table saw comes with 6 months limited factory warrenty. Covers manufacturing faults and defects. Warrenty does not cover any consumable items such as pulley, belts, cutters.
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Posted by Tony-Sydney on 5th Apr 2014
The large floor mounted 250mm blade table saw was really too big for my modelling work – in addition the noise was incredible. The more models I produced I found I wanted a smaller, more accurate and controllable saw that I could set with precision.
The material thickness I found I was cutting was invariably less than 25mm so this machine really fitted the bill. Hitched up the shop vac to clear the swarf and dust and maybe will consider fitting it with a larger 63mm outlet to connect to the piped dust collection system.
In the meantime I just reach for it from under the bench – clamp it down and it works every time!
Great machine – powerful enough for my needs and superb accuracy –why pay more!!
Posted by Unknown on 5th Apr 2014
Easy to set up, and gives accurate and consistent results. Digital fence is also accurate and consistent. Only (quite minor) drawback is the absence of blade height calibration, but a height gauge solves that problem - and is more reliable anyway.