Evolution 1400W 210mm Sliding Compound Mitre Saw FURY3
This sliding compound mitre saw is ideal for making mitre cuts in various materials.
- No load speed - 3750 rpm
- Maximum cutting depth at 90° - 60mm
- Maximum cutting length at 90° of 220mm
- Maximum mitre left - 45°/Maximum mitre right - 45°
- Blade diameter - 210mm
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Features and benefits
- Supplied with hold down clamp, blade change tool and 20 tooth blade included TCT
- When cutting steel, it leaves an instantly workable finish, producing no heat, no burr and virtually no sparks
- Compound tilt and slide mechanism, for long angled cuts, offers a solution to almost all common applications; cuts steel, aluminium, wood (even wood with nails) and plastic, using just one blade
- Includes laser guidance for optimum accuracy; optional diamond blade transforms this saw into a sliding tile cutter
- Guarantee - 1 year
|No load speed||3750rpm|
|Maximum cutting depth at 90°||60mm|
|Maximum cutting length at 90°||220mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Maximum bevel right||45°|
|Maximum mitre left||45°|
|Maximum mitre right||45°|
|Blade type||Multi purpose TCT blade|
|Blade guard||Blade guard|
|Locking device||Spindle lock|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
Health and safety information
Please note that this item comes with possible health and safety hazards. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
Help & Advice
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