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Sliding table saw

Standard joinery machine for the angular precise dividing of panels and boards. With this machine absolutely straight cuts are possible.

Construction and mode of operation

At the classic sliding table saw the panel is laid onto the working table and the cutting width is adjusted with the parallel fence. By pushing the panel against the saw blade, the cut is performed. Here, the working table with the panel on top moves parallel to the saw blade. To guarantee an easy table guide, the table moves backlash on steel guides and often supported on ball-bearings. Alternatively, there are also versions with a sliding table.

Some sliding table saws have got a scoring aggregate, which makes a splinter-free cut possible. The scoring aggregate can be adjusted in its axial position and width and rotates in down-cut, whereas the saw blade always works in up-cut. Depending on the model and manufacturer, stop and scoring aggregate can be adjusted manually or electro-motoric. The speed is usually adjusted using different fan belt discs or continuously variable using electronics.

Special features and options

  • Adjustable, separate miter stop for the working table
  • Angle stop with parallelogram cross table with stop (special manufacturers Martin, Kölle and Format 4)
  • Saw blade can be tilted
  • Parallel fence can be lowered below table level for wide workpieces
  • Alignment laser as workpiece positioning aid for the edging cut by projecting the cutting line onto the workpiece with a laser.
  • Release agent spraying device for the cooling of the saw blade, to be able to cut even plastics and NE-metals
  • Motor-driven working table for even cutting results

History

The company Altendorf (1906) is supposed to be the inventor of the sliding table saw.

The company Martin was the first to build a sliding table saw with tiltable saw blade (1959).

further developments

Images

F45 ELMO III D
ALTENDORF, 2013
Besäumschnittlinie Formatkreissäge
MARTIN, 2011
Parallelogramm-Querschlitten (F45)
ALTENDORF, 2011
Formatkreissäge PS 3200
ROBLAND, 2011
F 45 ElmoDrive
ALTENDORF, 2016
SI X L'invicibile
SCM, 2014
Casolin Astra 500
CASOLIN, 2016

Series (304)

CONCORD
STANDARD MARKRANSTÄDT
HOLZPROFI PICHLMANN
BELA
TECNOMAX
TORNADO