Titan 254Mm Electric Table Saw £79.99 (With Code) @ Screwfix
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Titan 254Mm Electric Table Saw £79.99 (With Code) @ Screwfix

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Posted 3rd Nov
ON CLEARANCE & IN STOCK for collection too!

Use code AUT3SL to get £5 off (maybe account specific)
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hammy4life03/11/2019 14:39

Does anyone know if this can cut tiles?


You would need a Tile Cutter to cut tiles,
This is a Table Saw, for cutting tables!
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Cheers ordered but code don't work so probably right account specific
How is this one in comparison to a more professional one? I would probably not use it that often but it has to be precise if I use it.
Does anyone know if this can cut tiles?
hammy4life03/11/2019 14:39

Does anyone know if this can cut tiles?


You would need a Tile Cutter to cut tiles,
This is a Table Saw, for cutting tables!
hammy4life03/11/2019 14:39

Does anyone know if this can cut tiles?


Could do if you fitted a 254mm diamond blade with the same bore but tile cutters are generally wet I.e the blade runs through a small water reservoir which gives a neater cut with less splintering and keeps the blade cool. You wouldn't want to add water to this

Angle grinder with a diamond blade can be used for quick tile cuts or use a proper tile cutter
AndrewBickers03/11/2019 15:04

Could do if you fitted a 254mm diamond blade with the same bore but tile …Could do if you fitted a 254mm diamond blade with the same bore but tile cutters are generally wet I.e the blade runs through a small water reservoir which gives a neater cut with less splintering and keeps the blade cool. You wouldn't want to add water to this :)Angle grinder with a diamond blade can be used for quick tile cuts or use a proper tile cutter


Thanks AndrewBickers
greg66603/11/2019 12:13

How is this one in comparison to a more professional one? I would probably …How is this one in comparison to a more professional one? I would probably not use it that often but it has to be precise if I use it.



It looks very similar to one I got from Lidl. If so, it cuts really well but the fence is quite flimsy.
hammy4life03/11/2019 14:39

Does anyone know if this can cut tiles?


Theres only one way to find out 🤭
greg66603/11/2019 12:13

How is this one in comparison to a more professional one? I would probably …How is this one in comparison to a more professional one? I would probably not use it that often but it has to be precise if I use it.


Pressed steel table, fence supported from near end only and only runs maybe 3/4 of the table depth. Other than that it's fine for DIY use.

A more expensive unit will have a milled steel / aluminium table with precision fence alignment.

Id say that anything £75-150 will be equivalent to this model as they share a common design
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