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Scheppach CS55 1200W 230V 160mm Plunge circular saw CS55
This corded plunge circular saw is ideal cutting laminate worktops, boards and sheet materials.
- 5500 rpm no load speed
- 55mm maximum cutting depth at 90°
- 160mm diameter blade
- Depth adjustment facility
- Features: Trigger switch, Ergonomic handle and 2 m cable
Features and Benefits
- Supplied with 2x rail 700 mm, rail connector, tilt protection & allen key
- Parallel plunge allows the user to maintain a smooth and constant hand position while cutting
- A 24 teeth blade gives a fine and accurate finish with very little breakout in laminates
- 55 mm depth of cut allows the trimming and sizing of most common door sizes
- Guarantee - 1 year
|No load speed||5500 rpm|
|Maximum cutting depth at 90°||55mm|
|Blade type||TCT blade|
|Depth adjustment||Depth adjustment facility|
|Disc bore||30 mm|
|Handle type||Ergonomic handle|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
|Cooling type||Fan cooled motor|
|Dust extraction||Dust extraction facility|
|Cable length (mm)||2000mm|
|Brush type||Replaceable carbon brushes|
Annoyed that it's useless out of the box!
Bristus - 9 months ago
Bought this a week ago and I draw my cut line and get this thing out of the box... and oh... I can't use it because the clamps that hold down the rail ARE NOT INCLUDED! So you've suppled a saw which must run on rails, and the rails must be clamped, and since there's no way to clamp the rails to the thing you're cutting (OK you could with normal clamps - but not easily since the saw covers almost all the rail when it moves) the whole thing is uselss..... Am just really peaved! I could have done the job by now if clamps were included... but I've got to sort the saw out!!!! I will now go and find out how much the clamps are and how long it will take to get them and then decide whether to return this annoying thing...
Pete Bunny - 1 year ago
Does the job well, although I would recommend using track clamps, Festool track clamps do fit.
Not at all bad!
Ricky90 - 1 year ago
I've only used this for a day but what I can say is that it's been great.
Not had any vibration issue like a previous reviewer.
Spend the time setting it up before you get stuck in, the disc was not square out of the box, there's two 2.5mm hex grub screws to sort that.
Then there's adjustment in the 4x 5mm hex socket bolts (2 front and 2 back) to align the disc parallel to the base and therefore the rail.
So plenty of adjustments to get it cutting spot on. Some will argue it should be correct out of the box, but at least it gives you more understanding of the set up.
The plunge spring is too stiff, leading you to push down on the work piece so remove it and cut off about 3-4 coils and see what you think, this improved use no end.
In summary, I absolutely recommend it and would even be happy to have paid more.
Lockwood - 1 year ago
Used it for the first time today to ease my bathroom door.So easy and effortless to use would highly recommend!!
Only down side is I didn't get a connecting bar for the guide rail.
Waste of money
Marshy46 - 1 year ago
Absolutely shocking vibration was so bad thought it was going to take off and once in the track even worse. Save up and buy a decent brand.