Evolution FURY6210 1200W 240V Corded Table Saw

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0849713044129
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This Evolution green corded 1200W table saw is suitable for steel, plastic, aluminium and wood. It has a maximum cutting depth at 45 degrees of 25mm, and a maximum cutting depth at 90 degrees of 55mm. It has a bevel angle of 45° and a 210mm blade size.

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Features and benefits

  • Combines both mitre saw and table saw functionality
  • When cutting Steel (only in Mitre mode), it leaves an instantly workable finish, producing no heat, no burr and virtually no sparks.
  • Do not cut metal or metallic materials when the machine is configured as a table saw

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Evolution FURY6210 1200W 240V Corded Table Saw
Brand Evolution
Blade size 210mm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 55mm
Maximum cutting depth at 45° bevel 25mm
Power output 1200W
Voltage 240V
No load speed 4000rpm
Bevel angle 45°

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