12" Table Saw

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  1. #1
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    Default 12" Table Saw

    hi everyone,

    have for sale a Haf-co (machinery house) 12" table saw. model number: SB-12

    • Large 510 x 686mm cast iron table, 1030 x 686mm with side extensions
    • 100mm depth of cut at 90˚
    • 75mm depth of cut at 45˚
    • Tilt arbor to 45˚
    • 2.2kW / 3hp 240V induction motor with thermal overload

    original fence has been replaced with the much stronger and better one from carbatech, this cost $450 its self. https://www.carbatec.com.au/machiner...10hb-2-cartons the measurement tape has not been attached

    great saw, cuts fine. table has been recently waxed. comes with belt guards (not pictured), push stick, riving knife, mitre gauge with tighter fit bar. basically new 60T diablo carbide blade, new belt installed

    the dolly platform its on is NOT included as part of the sale.

    the saw can be dissembled for moving, i managed to get it in the back of my subaru Outback when i originally purchased it as the wings and rip fence come off. or a trailer would be needed.

    this model saw is still available from machinery house for $1200 so spare parts can still be had if ever needed.

    $875 res/inst

    remember there is an upgraded $450 fence included in that price

    just a video to show it running and that it works fine by cutting some 1" hard wood

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    Lalor,Melbourne Vic


    Looks pretty good and serves my needs pity that is a little over my budget and we are in different states
    I am buyig a Milwaukee TS for $460 to rip 90x35 hard wood soon

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