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Evolution 1500W 240V Table saw R255MTS
- Comes with 1 x 255mm 24T TCT Blade, 1 x Push Stick, 2 x Blade Change Spanners, 1 x Mitre Gauge, 1 x Dust Extraction Hose, 1 x Adjustable Rip Fence
Features and benefits
This 255mm Table Saw utilises patented Evolution multi-material cutting technology and is optimised to accurately cut mild steel, non-ferrous metals, plastic, wood and even wood with embedded nails with a single blade.
- This Table Saw allows the user to rip through large pieces of metal, wood, plastic and more , giving an accurate, reliable and powerful cut every time.
- This product is safer, faster, more economical, more reliable and more accurate than abrasive metal cutting saws, making it perfect for trade and DIY use. It does not produce any heat or sparks while cutting mild steel.
- The table saw is both durable and reliable and is ideal for trade or DIY use.
|Compatible blade diameter||255mm|
|Maximum bevel left||45°|
|Maximum cutting capacity (90° bevel)||85mm|
|No load speed||3250rpm|
For the price this is phenomenal
Oystercatcher10 - 4 months ago
Yes, the fence is wobbly - but otherwise this is a fantastic piece of kit for the price. The blade alone (which is included) will cost you over £30. For straightforward DIY tasks this does the trick. For delicate and precise cabinet making, well you'll need something much more expensive than this.
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Mr HRT - 7 months ago
I purchased this about 6 weeks ago and must say I'm dissapointed with it most evolution tools are of a good standard but not this, the fence is poor you have to clamp it to get a straight cut it is very flimsy, the slide is the same loose fitting, the T slots are an odd size approximately 15mm as most of my clamps are 22mm which is a standard size for majority of tracks.
evolutionaintgood - 1 year ago
Maybe I'm expecting too much from the cheapest table saw I could find but other than the legs and the table top the entire construction is plastic.
Upon assembly I adjusted the blade angle to 0 degrees immediately breaking off the plastic teeth of the adjuster deeming it unusable.
Excellent for advanced DIY.
FrenskeD - 1 year ago
No issues so far after 6 months. I have done some skirting in two rooms, completely rebuild the inside of the wardrobe, made a build-in shoe rack including cutting some metal tubes to size. Must have saved me around £1000 by not using tradesmen.