Evolution 1500W Corded 240V 210mm Compound Mitre Saw

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Ideal for cutting steel, wood, aluminium and plastic, this 1500W, 240V corded compound mitre saw from Evolution comes with a TCT blade and workpiece clamp. It runs at 3000rpm, giving you a smoother performance whilst in use. It can cut up to 75mm at 90°, and the 24 teeth on the 210mm, TCT blade make short work of any cutting or shaping job you might have. It has a 45° maximum mitre left and a 45° maximum mitre right, especially useful for right angled cuts. To keep your work area clean and free from mess, it comes with a dust extraction facility.

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Technical specification of Evolution 1500W Corded 240V 210mm Compound Mitre Saw
Brand Evolution
Colour description Black
Construction material Aluminium base
Application Steel, aluminium, wood (even nail embedded wood)
Locking device Spindle lock
Disc bore 25.4mm
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum cutting length at 90° 300mm
Number of teeth 24
Plug Fitted Plug included
Model R3SSFP240V

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