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For the SIP 12” Table Saw
Sliding Table for SIP 12" Saw
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SIP 12 Inch 4 HP Table Saw

SIP Cast Iron Table Saw. 12inch (305mm) 4hp, professional Level. 230v (16amp)
2 Year SIP Warranty
SIP 12" heavy-duty table saw has a large cast-iron table to ensure flatness and comes complete with two extension tables and a cabinet stand. The sturdy, full-length rip fence with a Quick-lock, micro-adjustable lock ensures accuracy and for mitreing, the saw has a heavy-duty cast mitre fence. It is equipped with an effective dust extraction port via a 100mm outlet.
Further features include: fine adjustment for rising and fall saw blade with lock. 45-degree adjustable blade with blade lock. Extension tables can be mounted on each side when the sliding carriage is not fitted. 'T' slotted cast mitre guide included.
Comes with: 12inch TCT Saw Blade. Two extension tables, cabinet stand and a top extraction hose.
Optional extras: sliding carriage and legs, rear table and wheel kit is available separately.

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Electrical
Volts:
220-240 Volts
Phase:
Single
AC or DC Supply:
AC
Motor Type:
Induction
Hertz:
50 Hz
Watts (Input):
3000 Watts
Amps (Input):
13.6 Amps
Starting Amps Approx.
:
18 Amps
Horse Power (Input):
4 hp
RPM:
4000 rpm
Plug Fitted:
No
NVR Switch:
Yes
Saw Table
Saw Blade Diameter (mm):
300mm
Max Rip Width (mm):
1400mm
Blade Bore (mm):
30mm
Blade Supplied:
Yes
Max. Cutting Height (mm):
100mm
Tilts to:
45 Degrees
Cut Depth at Max Tilt:
80mm
Mitre Gauge Included:
Yes
Scoring Blade:
No
General
Sliding Table
:
Optional
Table Width mm:
600mm
Table Depth mm:
800mm
Table Height mm:
860mm
Width with Extensions mm:
1500mm
Dust Extraction Port mm:
100mm
Warranty (Mths)
:
24 Months
Registration Required:
No
Total Weight (Kgs):
220 Kgs

SIP 12in Heavy Duty Table Saw 01446 Open

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We received this saw on two pallets and it was delivered on a ftruck with a lift gate. The driver dropped it into our workshop with a pallet truck. So...
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We have a joinery business and we bought Sip saw to free up the main SCM saw. This is being used more than the SCM now. Good saw. Not as...
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Are there any special tips for table saws?

Yes. there are four very important issues to remember. These tips will help you get long and satisfactory use of your machine. The first is that the table surface of the saw and any sliding carriage or extensions attached must be cleaned and degreased thoroughly before the first operation and then have a protective coat applied to the surface. These surfaces should offer little resistance to the movement of the wood passing over it. This will require regular maintenance and application over the life of the machine. The second is that there must be adequate dust collection at all times and that the blade tilting and raising mechanisms and other areas prone to dust and chip build-up must be blown off regularly. The third issue to be aware of is that during the early operation of your saw any drive belts must be inspected and re-tensioned as required. The final piece of advice we would offer is that using an appropriate sharp blade is more critical than having extra horsepower.

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