This saw is feature-packed and includes virtually everything you need in a basic home workshop saw along with peace-of-mind Sherwood quality.
- NEW 2300W (3hp) induction motor with single belt drive (upgraded from 1500W motor)
- Please note 2300W motors have 15-amp plugs and require a 15-amp 240V single-phase circuit to run effectively
- 254mm (10in) blade capacity with standard-size 5/8in arbor (blade included)
- Includes insert to mount 8in dado blades up to 24mm wide
- 76mm/50mm depth of cut at 90°/45° tilt
- Left tilting bevel for safer bevel ripping
- Smooth and comfortable cast-iron rack and pinion height adjustment
- rack and pinion tilt adjustment on cast-iron trunions
- Sturdy 510 x 685mm cast-iron top with 2x 254mm pressed steel extension wings to create a large 1020mm working surface
- Strong 70mm-high alloy fence which locks parallel to the blade at both ends of table
- Maximum rip capacity with fence of 760mm to right and 330mm to left of blade
- Industry-standard ¾x⅜in mitre slot so all standard jigs and fixtures can be used
- Mitre guide and push stick included
- Spare saw blade, spanners, mitre guide, push stick and fence holders built into stand to be stored when not in use
- Multi-directional mobile wheel kit built into ultra-rigid pressed and folded steel stand
- Oversize safety on/off switch well-located to turn off with knee while both hands are still on work piece
- 4in dust port built into enclosed top part of base for superior extraction
- Left-tilt to 45 degrees
Please note that due to the shipping weight of this machine that a tailgate drop fee of $80.00 may need to be charged. Please see our Freight & Returns for more information.
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It’s enough to do your head in.
It’s Saturday arvo and the kids have to be at soccer practice, but you just can’t ignore that underlined scribble on your TO DO LIST any longer: It might be a new chest of drawers, a shelf or even a bedside table – whatever it is, you’ve been putting it off for months.
Why? Because like any flat-out workaholic, inevitably you’re going to end up at IKEA, Bed, Bath & Beyond or Harvey Norman, wasting your hard-earned dollars on the latest crappy plywood Strømrøforget that will last about 20 minutes until it cops a soccer ball to a leg and self-combusts.
It’s times like these that you wish you could step up your DIY capabilities. But where do you begin?