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SE - Table Saw - Miniature, 4in

SE - Table Saw Miniature 4in

Product Description

Max Cut: 90? 3/4" Blade Capacity: 4" Inch Motor: 0.9 amps @ 110V 60Hz, 4500RPM Table: 7-1/2" x 5 -1/2 x 6-1/2 Content: Table Saw, 1 x 4" 24 tooth Carbide Tip Blade & 1 x 4" Diamond Blade

Product Features

  • Max Cut: 90ยบ: 3/4"
  • Blade Capacity: 4" Inch
  • Motor: 0.9 amps @ 110V 60Hz, 4500RPM
  • Table: 7-1/2" x 5 -1/2 x 6-1/2
  • Content: Table Saw, 1 x 4" 24 tooth Carbide Tip Blade & 1 x 4" Diamond Blade

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (24 customer reviews)

4" Mini Table Saw, September 2, 2008
Michael Nall "Toolmanmike" (Mobile, AL United States)
  
I purchased this mini table saw so I could rip small pieces of wood for various projects. When it arrived I was eager to try, so I headed to the shop and set it up to rip a 1/4" strip for a doll house.

Ha! this saw wouldn't cut butter without bogging down. It's a real shame as this would be a great asset to any shop if it would cut. I was going to return it, but I found out that it would cost me a 20% restock fee + the return postage which would ad up to half of what I paid for the saw to begin with.

I guess I will just keep it and maybe one day put a real motor on it.

So if you trying to decide whether to buy this mini table saw or not, I really recommend you don't, it's not worth the headache you will get.



This saw is JUNK, May 27, 2009
William E. Gillmore
  
This product arrived with a wobble on the saw blade. I decided to try the other blade and see if it wobbled. I soon found out that to change the saw blade you have to disassemble the saw. To change the blade you must remove the motor as well as the safety ground, essentially every screw on the machine must be removed. Be sure the unit is unplugged as it is easy to trip the power switch, which now has the ground removed and the motor detached from the cast mount with a sort of sharp carbide blade attached. Removed the nuts to get the blade off requires two very large metric wrenches. When the saw is to be reassembled the blade must be realigned or it will cut at an angle. There is no facility for doing this except by trial and error. While doing that you will no doubt gouge the blade into the cast iron blade guard as there is almost no clearance between the blade and the cast mount.

Having discovered all that I mounted the second diamond tip blade. It wobbled too. Further.


You are better off at h\Harbor Freight, April 9, 2009
Harry Kruz (Gainesville, Florida)
At this price point, you are much better off with the <ighty Mite 4" Tables Saw at Harbor Freight (ITEM 93211-1VGA). There is not even a comparison. The mighty Mite has a 14,000 RPM speed and is more than most hobbyists will need for craft projects.



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