Prescott-Table-Saw

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A table saw is a versatile woodworking tool consisting of a flat tabletop surface with a vertically mounted circular saw blade that protrudes through the surface. It is typically used for making precise and straight cuts in various materials, especially wood. The saw blade can be adjusted in terms of height and angle, and the material to be cut is guided along a fence for accuracy. Table saws are widely employed in carpentry, woodworking, and construction for tasks such as rip cuts, crosscuts, and bevel cuts. They come in various sizes and configurations to suit different applications and user preferences.

*Voltage/frequency:220-240V~50/60Hz
*Input Power: 1800W
*Saw blade speed: 4500r/min Blade diameter: 254mm
*Max.cutting Depth(90°): 75mm
*Saw Max.cutting Depth(45°): 64mm
*Saw working table size: 637x427mm
*Dusting mouth inner/outer size: 30/35mm
*Blade Tilting Range: 0-45°

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Uses

  1. Rip Cuts:
    • Table saws excel at making long, straight cuts parallel to the grain of the wood. This is known as a rip cut and is often used when cutting large panels or sheets.
  2. Crosscuts:
    • Table saws can be equipped with sleds, miter gauges, or other accessories to facilitate perpendicular cuts across the wood grain, known as crosscuts.
  3. Miter Cuts:
    • By using a miter gauge or a miter sled, table saws can make angled cuts, also known as miter cuts. This is particularly useful for creating joints or angled edges.
  4. Bevel Cuts:
    • Table saws with tilting arbor capability can make bevel cuts, where the blade is tilted to create an angled edge on the workpiece.
  5. Dado and Rabbet Cuts:
    • Table saws equipped with dado blades or a dado stack can cut grooves (dado cuts) or recesses (rabbet cuts) in the wood for joinery or other purposes.
  6. Resizing Lumber:
    • Table saws are commonly used to resize lumber, whether it’s to cut large boards into smaller pieces or to trim down oversized panels.
  7. Making Joints:
    • Table saws are essential for creating various woodworking joints such as dados, tenons, and lap joints, providing precision and consistency in joinery work.
  8. Sheet Goods Processing:
    • Table saws are valuable for breaking down large sheets of materials like plywood or MDF into more manageable sizes for further construction or cabinetry work.
  9. Trimming and Molding Work:
    • Fine-tuning the dimensions of trim pieces or creating custom moldings can be achieved efficiently with a table saw.
  10. Home Improvement Projects:
    • Table saws are widely used in home improvement and construction projects for tasks such as building shelves, cabinets, doors, and other woodworking applications.
  11. Furniture Making:
    • Woodworkers often use table saws in the construction of furniture, as they provide the accuracy and precision required for crafting pieces with tight tolerances.
SKU: AHS27452 Category:

Size

1800W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines provided in the table saw’s manual. Understand the specific features, adjustments, and safety precautions recommended by the manufacturer.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles, hearing protection, and dust masks. If the material being cut is particularly dusty, consider using a respiratory mask.
  3. Keep the Workspace Clean:
    • Maintain a clean and clutter-free work area. Remove debris, offcuts, and other objects from the table and the floor to prevent tripping hazards and interference with the cutting process.
  4. Use a Riving Knife or Splitter:
    • Install and properly align a riving knife or splitter behind the saw blade. This helps prevent the material from pinching the blade and reduces the risk of kickback.
  5. Adjust Blade Height:
    • Set the blade height just above the material being cut. This minimizes the exposed blade and reduces the risk of accidents.
  6. Use a Push Stick or Push Block:
    • Employ push sticks or push blocks to maintain a safe distance between your hands and the blade, especially when making narrow cuts. Never use your hands to guide the material when it is close to the blade.
  7. Maintain Proper Body Position:
    • Stand to the side of the saw, not directly in line with the blade. Maintain a balanced and stable stance, with your feet firmly planted on the ground.
  8. Secure the Material:
    • Use a miter gauge, rip fence, or other appropriate guides to secure the material and maintain a consistent and safe cutting path.
  9. Avoid Freehand Cutting:
    • Whenever possible, avoid freehand cutting. Use guides, jigs, or fences to ensure accurate and controlled cuts.
  10. Disconnect Power when Adjusting:
    • Before making any adjustments to the blade height, angle, or changing the blade, disconnect the power to the table saw to prevent accidental starts.
  11. Wait for the Blade to Stop:
    • Never reach across the blade or remove cut-off pieces until the blade has come to a complete stop. Allow the blade to stop rotating before making any adjustments or clearing the workspace.
  12. Use a Blade Guard:
    • Whenever possible, use the blade guard provided with the table saw. It helps protect against accidental contact with the blade.
  13. Stay Focused:
    • Avoid distractions while operating the table saw. Stay focused on the task at hand to reduce the likelihood of errors or accidents.
  14. Keep Emergency Stop Accessible:
    • Know the location of the emergency stop button or switch and keep it accessible. Be prepared to shut off the power quickly in case of an emergency.
  15. Inspect and Maintain:
    • Regularly inspect the table saw for any damage, wear, or malfunctions. Keep the saw well-maintained, and address any issues promptly.

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