Sliding table saw redesigned to dampen torsion, vibration

The new F 45 sliding table saw available from Akhurst has a redesigned machine frame that is said to combine torsion resistance with extremely low levels of vibration, while the smooth front and clear foot space on the floor enable users to operate closer to the machine and the workpiece.

There are three control units available, every one of which allows users to move up to four axes and tilt the saw unit to either side.

Whichever control unit is chosen, it will be mounted at eye level so that the swivel-mounted display is always visible from any working position – even from the right-hand side of the saw blade.

The basic configuration includes:

  • motorized rise/fall and tilt adjustment of 0 to 46° for main saw blade with automatic cutting height correction when saw blade tilted;
  • sliding table lengths from 2250 to 5000 mm; manual rip fence to 1300 mm;
  • manual fixed or mitre crosscut fences;
  • maximum saw blade projection of 150 mm; and, maximum saw blade diameter 450 mm (204 mm optional).