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Titan TTB598MSW 210mm Single-Bevel Sliding Mitre Saw 240V for £74.99 @ Screwfix (+2 Years Guarantee)
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Titan TTB598MSW 210mm Single-Bevel Sliding Mitre Saw 240V for £74.99 @ Screwfix (+2 Years Guarantee)

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Posted 4th MarEdited by:"idontflycathay"
First time seeing this on offer. Useful sliding mitre saw reduced by £20 with very good reviews.

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The Titan TTB598MSW sliding compound mitre saw is a high performance cutting tool, with a maximum cross cut of 310 x 62mm. The 48-tooth TCT blade operates at a speed of 5000rpm, helping you to work through large quantities of material at a fast pace. There are 5 pre-set mitre stops to the left, and a bevel of up to 45° means you can choose the angle most suited to the task. This 240V compound mitre saw comes with a workpiece clamp, extension arms and a hex wrench and spanner for adjustments.

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  • 1500W
  • Max. Cross Cut: 310 x 62mm
  • 48-Tooth TCT Blade Included
  • Workpiece Clamp
  • Trench Cutting Facility
  • Aluminium Base
  • Spindle Lock
  • Electronic Brake

Product Contents
TTB598MSW, TCT blade, dust collection bag, clamp, extension bar, hex wrench and spanner.
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Thanks OP. The reviews, and there are lots of them, look very good on the whole.

I wonder what would be the main differences between this and the one B&Q have on clearance recently posted?
Anyone recommend one for cuttting 8x4 sleepers without having to flip them over ?
Edited by: "DuWolfy" 4th Mar
DuWolfy04/03/2019 11:28

Anyone recommend one for cuttting 8x4 sleepers without having to flip them …Anyone recommend one for cuttting 8x4 sleepers without having to flip them over ?


8x4 is going to need a sliding 255mm and even then it might be a bit snug
Greggles20185 m ago

8x4 is going to need a sliding 255mm and even then it might be a bit snug


Cheers, yeah have to replace one I had last year which was snug, always left 1-2cm needing it flipped.
As it's binned may was we'll go slightly larger for convenience
DuWolfy04/03/2019 11:28

Anyone recommend one for cuttting 8x4 sleepers without having to flip them …Anyone recommend one for cuttting 8x4 sleepers without having to flip them over ?


Chainsaw if you don’t need a clean cut
daveateallyourbees16 m ago

Chainsaw if you don’t need a clean cut


Hee hee ... Wouldn't go down to well when I have to do some flooring 😜
androidavis1 h, 0 m ago

Thanks OP. The reviews, and there are lots of them, look very good on the …Thanks OP. The reviews, and there are lots of them, look very good on the whole. I wonder what would be the main differences between this and the one B&Q have on clearance recently posted?



no difference. both of similar quality. the b&q one is obviously the better value.


i wouldnt he surprised if both are made by the same company.
the scheppach available at b&q is poorly made, has poor reviews but has laser and double bevel cut.
Edited by: "wendy07" 4th Mar
I'm new to anything wood-work. Is this ok to cut solidwood kitchen worktops? I have few leftover worktops bits from a house refurbishment and want to use them to create shelves in understairs storage cupboards. Can't take them out to homebase (to get them cut to size) as they wont fit in my car. Any suggestions?
I know this might be an overkill but looks like a good investment for future.

Cheers
Rakesh_Bollampally04/03/2019 17:47

I'm new to anything wood-work. Is this ok to cut solidwood kitchen …I'm new to anything wood-work. Is this ok to cut solidwood kitchen worktops? I have few leftover worktops bits from a house refurbishment and want to use them to create shelves in understairs storage cupboards. Can't take them out to homebase (to get them cut to size) as they wont fit in my car. Any suggestions? I know this might be an overkill but looks like a good investment for future.Cheers


no chance of cutting a worktop with one of these! only about 6inch of cut, great tools to have but in your case its the wrong tool for the job
Greggles201804/03/2019 19:03

no chance of cutting a worktop with one of these! only about 6inch of cut, …no chance of cutting a worktop with one of these! only about 6inch of cut, great tools to have but in your case its the wrong tool for the job


Thanks for the explanation. Will look for right one.
Rakesh_Bollampally2 h, 25 m ago

Thanks for the explanation. Will look for right one.


gonna be best just using a decent circular saw, make sure you know what you are doing with one though, kickback can be nasty to say the least
Did a whole downstairs cutting laminate flooring with one of these with no issues other than a blunt blade at the end. Blades are relatively cheap and of coarse the 3 year warranty make this a good saw for general diy.
Rakesh_Bollampally4th Mar

Thanks for the explanation. Will look for right one.


Plunge saw needed
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