Titan TTB674TAS 254mm Table Saw 230-240V £99.99 @ Screwfix
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Titan TTB674TAS 254mm Table Saw 230-240V £99.99 @ Screwfix

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Found 30th Jan 2016
Powder-coated table saw with adjustable aluminium stop rails for accurate cuts. Features a magnifying glass with numerical scale and connections for a dust extractor. Extends on 2 sides for added support. Supplied with saw blade cover, push stick and holder, blade wrench, dust extraction hose and adapter.
1500W Motor
Max. Ripping Capacity 80mm at 90°
40-Tooth TCT Blade Included
430mm x 638mm Steel Table
Dust Extraction Facility
Quick-Lock Parallel Fence
Mitre Fence
Left & Right Extention Tables
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Product contents:
TTB674TAS, saw blade cover, push stick and holder, blade wrench, dust extraction hose and adapter.Specifications:
Blade dia. 254mm x 30mm bore. Max. bevel 0-45°. No load speed 4500rpm. Main table W x L: 430 x 638mm. Weight 29.5kg.
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A well written review.
" "Good bits".- Sawblade sharp, powerful motor, quick fence adjustment. .
""Neutral" - Or less so - Lots of kit parts to puzzle out how to put together. Some instructions might help. A lot of fiddling is required to get the front of the table flat. Only the fence clamp bar holds it so. Nothing ensures the back stays flat. Cross bracing bars supplied that connect to an unsupported piece of thin plastic looks good in the picture, but does not work !
""Not good bits" - In fact really awful ! - It's got a very flimsy plasic body! How disappointing it was to see that after reading the description that neglects to mention it. It's not in any descrition I've seen. I do not think it is satisfactory to put a heavy 2 HP saw on a flimsy plastic body, then to use 4 little plastic lugs sticking out of the bottom of the plastic body to bolt the whole 30 k.g. unit to a metal stand, and expect them to hold it whilst in operation.. I doubt that the lugs would support the weight if it were moved as a unit. When assembled, it is almost impossible to get the unit through a door, or or even move it, without risking these little plastic lugs breaking. .
The metal stand itself is very high. It is flexible, and has plastic push on feet - one broke on assembly. There are no spares.
I do not think that the unit as a whole is satisfactory.or sufficiently robust to last long..
Having bought it, the first job was to make a sensible transportable table into which the top unit could stand, without using those silly little lugs, or the frame supplied, so they could be moved independantly, but all the other drawbacks remain.
I bought this from the description " Powder coated table saw with aluminium stop rails" I would noy have bought it if that had incuded that the main body of this unit was plastic, and not as described. And less importantly, the fence graduation does not have a 'magnifying glass' as described.
I cannot be bothered to dismantle and return it.
I expect it not to last long but it was cheap. "
I've got one - good for the money - needs a few tweaks - difficult to construct - ask me if you want to
Does it cut accurately and neatly?
It's £99 - I'm not sure what people are expecting for that kind of money. Look an absolute bargain and the majority of reviews are favourable.
Decently accurate - put a square against to check - good clean cut - fence is OK once u get used to - the guard is not good so get some decent push sticks
marty-401

Lots of kit parts to puzzle out how to put together.



Bah, I bought one of the Scheppach 315mm table saws from Screwfix, now THAT was a puzzle!
Had one for Christmas. Very happy. Cuts nicely. Put some casters on a simple wooden frame that the legs stand on. No problem with the plastic body. It might even help to reduce any vibration. Just need to make a zero clearance insert and finish the dust extractor I'm building to sit underneath it.
just-me

Had one for Christmas. Very happy. Cuts nicely. Put some casters on a … Had one for Christmas. Very happy. Cuts nicely. Put some casters on a simple wooden frame that the legs stand on. No problem with the plastic body. It might even help to reduce any vibration. Just need to make a zero clearance insert and finish the dust extractor I'm building to sit underneath it.



​I made a zero clearance too - much easier for thin rips
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