Evolution 1500W 255mm Table Saw FURY5
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This table saw is ideal for making cuts in sheet material.
- 2500 rpm no load speed
- 73 mm maximum cutting depth at 90° and 54 mm maximum cut at 45° mitre
- 255mm diameter blade
- Features a 1.5m cable
Features and Benefits
- Supplied with blade change tool, mitre gauge, push stick, allen key and spanner
- Features steel extensions (left & right); ideal for large workpieces and sheet materials
- Quick-clamp rip fence, with magnifying glass, is solid and sturdy in every position for essential cutting security
- Accurate cutting performance with easily adjustable cutting height and bevel
- Guarantee - 3 years
|No load speed||2500rpm|
|Maximum cutting depth at 90°||73mm|
|Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre||54mm|
|Maximum mitre left||45°|
|Maximum mitre right||45°|
|Blade type||Multipurpose TCT blade|
|Blade guard||Blade guard|
|Switch type||Push switch|
Help & Advice
A power drill is an essential home improvement tool. They can bore holes, loosen or tighten screws and even chisel away materials. Combine this with the ability to use different drill bits to work on a variety of materials, and you'll find that the right drill allows you to undertake multiple DIY tasks easily.
Our handy guide will explain everything you need to know about drills and will help you decide on the best one for you.
Before you begin
What will you be using the drill for?
Do you need a drill for everyday household tasks like putting up shelves or hanging pictures? Or will it be used as part of a bigger renovation, and need to drill larger holes through bricks or masonry? Most drills have multiple functions, so even if you need a tool that could be used for both scenarios, we have one that could suit you – but knowing a bit about your plans will help narrow down the search.
Another consideration is the length of a particular task. The size and weight of a drill can affect how long you can spend working on your project – if the tool is heavy and bulky you’ll quickly tire of holding it. Make sure you pick a drill that is comfortable for you to handle and you’ll be able to keep working for longer.
Will you need to move freely?
Some of our drill options will need to be plugged into the mains, and can therefore limit your movement. If you are going to use your drill all over your house, and even outside, you may wish to consider another option for your convenience.
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