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Proxxon Table Saw FET 240V

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$733.35
SKU:
27070
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Table Saw FET

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For fine mechanics, model building, mouldmaking, toy manufacture, architects, model carpenters and fitters.

For cutting wood, non-ferrous metals, plastics, plexiglass, PC-cards, foam and many other materials. Stable construction because load bearing parts and plane-milled table are made of diecast aluminium.

Table and drive can be lifted up and supported like an engine bonnet.

The micro-adjustable, precise and stable length limit stop provides decisive advantages: corrections as small as 1/10 mm can be made using an adjusting screw after coarse adjustment. The sawblade, which can be pivoted by 45°, makes the cutting of double mitres possible when used with the angle stop.

Low-noise drive using DC special motor with Optibelt toothed belts. Ball-bearinged sawblade shaft. Hard metal-equipped sawblade 80 x 1.5 x 10 mm (24 Z). Additional workpiece pusher and non-slotted POLYCARBONATE sawing gap cover for tight tolerances between sawblade and table.

Technical data:
220 - 240 V. 7,000 rpm.200watts Mitre infinitely adjustable up to 45°. Table size 300 x 300 mm. Cutting depth 1 - 22 mm: Sawblades from between 50 and 85 mm can be used (with 10 mm centre hole). Weight approx. 6 kg.
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Extendable table extension with integrated auxiliary stop.
Plane-milled table in diecast aluminium with 2 continuous T-slots for the angle stop.
Sawblade protection runs up automatically when sawing.
Clamping screw for height adjustment and pivoting the hard metal-equipped sawblade.
Scale helps when adjusting the length limit stop!
Setting screw for fine adjustment of length limit stop by 1/10 mm.
Angle stop with stop rail in aluminium and adjustable limit stop for manufacturing parts of the same length and same angle.
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The Table saw FET is fitted with unions for connecting to suction equipment. For dust-free working! We recommend our Compact-workshop Vacuum Cleaner link to CW-matic.
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Additional non-slotted sawing cap cover in ABS for tight tolerances between sawblade and table (is slotted from below by FET sawblade). For cutting very small parts.
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Table and drive can be lifted up and supported like an engine bonnet. For cleaning the device and easy sawblade replacement.
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Additional T-slot milling device (milling protection and hard metal-equipped sawblade 50 x 2 x 10 mm) for groove milling depths up to max. 8 mm available as option.

 



Sawblades for Table Saw FET

   
Super-Cut
85 mm diameter x 0.5 x 10 mm bore, 80 teeth. Used on hard and soft woods, plastics
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Tungsten Carbide Tipped (TCT)
80 mm diameter x 1.5 x 10 mm bore, 36 teeth. Hard wood, soft wood, plastics and aluminium
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Tungsten Carbide Tipped (TCT)
80 mm diameter x 1.5 x 10 mm bore, 24 teeth. Used on aluminium, hard wood, laminates, plastics
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Diamond Coated
85 mm diameter x 0.7 x 10 mm bore. Used on glass, stone and tiles
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Product Reviews

  1. Best tools in the world

    Posted by Mike Bass on 26th Jan 2015

    Proton Tools are the best model making tools in the world. Yes they are expensive but once you have them you have them for life. Spares and maintenance are easy to get and do. Accuracy and sharpness of cut is essential as I use these tools for a living.
    I would recommend this and other units if you are serious of results.


  2. Excellent saw

    Posted by Tony B. on 17th Sep 2013

    I obtained the saw to make perspex tanks for project work. It is not a cheap saw, but the ability to cut to a tenth of a millimetre accuracy was essential. There is no visible runout in the blade and minimal vibration during running. It cuts plastic (perspex, polycarbonate, delrin) and aluminium well, with a very good finish in perspex that allows for good solvent joins.

    The dust extractor is OK but not great. The fine adjust on widths is awesome.

    The saw has worked well despite the large amount of plastic parts. I would buy it again and recommend to others. I do not know of a better small saw on the market.


  3. I tried others now I'ive got the best

    Posted by Robert Girvan on 11th Jul 2012

    Im a model maker and bought my saw about 8 months ago. I use it daily and when i break something on it feel quite lost. Lately i have been making hollow beams for my models and it has made it so easy. I cut out a square block and v opposing edges. I then split the block and turn the vees together and glue. Then trim two opposing edges off using the 45deg setting then use the 90deg setting to take off the last two. This is great for making the hole down the centre of 'hydraulics' for my models.


  4. Fantastic Hobby Saw

    Posted by John (Brisbane) on 10th May 2012

    I have been using this saw daily for 3 months and most impressed with it's accuracy. I find it simple to change to the different cuts. An excellent machine for my hobby workshop and would thoroughly recommend it.


  5. Great Saw

    Posted by Bob W on 23rd Aug 2010

    "After using this saw almost daily for over three weeks I am very impressed with its accuracy and quietness. As these were the two most important attributes that I was seeking in a saw, I am very happy with my purchase".



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