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Mac Allister 1500W 240V Table saw

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Product information

Mac Allister 1500W table saw with left and right extension tables enables easy adjustment of the table size to suit the application and workpiece.

  • Includes - 1x 254mm 40T TCT blade

Features and benefits

  • The carbide blade 254 mm (40-tooth) is ideal for for general purpose cutting
  • Features side extension table for increased support on large cuts
  • Rear table extension provides additional work area support
  • The heavy duty steel stand is lightweight yet durable


Blade change methodWith tool
Body materialPolypropylene (PP)
Brake typeMechanical
Cable length2m
Carrying facilityNo carrying facility
Colour groupGrey
Compatible blade diameter254mm
Cooling methodFan cooled
Disc bore size30mm
Fence typeAdjustable fence & mitre fence
Maximum bevel left45°
Maximum cutting capacity (45° bevel)55mm
Maximum cutting capacity (90° bevel)80mm
Maximum extended length220mm
Motor typeReplaceable carbon brushed
No load speed4500
Overload protectionOverload & overcurrent protection
Plug includedIncludes plug
PortabilityNot portable
Power voltage supply240V
Product depth820mm
Product height810mm
Product width1088mm
Riving knifeWith riving knife
Soft startNo start
Speed controlFixed speed
Spindle lockSpindle lock
StandardEN 62841-1:2015, EN 62841-3-1:2014
Switch typeSafety switch
Table depth540mm
Table materialAluminium
Table width554mm
Tool weight (corded)26.7kg
Product code3663602467571


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Cheaply made

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DadGav - 1 year ago

I bought this saw for a home workshop and I was quite impressed at first. After a while tho, I came to realise that it is quite flimsy and the top surface isn't quite flat, which seems to be getting worse over time. The stock blade doesn't last long either. The fence only connects at one end, too. So it never feels quite stable enough to give a straight cut. I made a cross cut sled to make things easier but the curve of the top surface means that the very this channels twist slightly, preventing a smooth movement. Not the best option really...