|Item Weight||8.25 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 8 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||FBA_7838757|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments|
Outdoor Sport 01-0819 Mini Electric Table Saw, 4 in
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- Includes Two Blades: 24 Tooth Carbide Tip Blade & Diamond Coated Tile Blade
- Wobble-free blade design for precision cuts
- Tool-free hand adjustable table height
- Sliding cross cut guide bar with 2 table channels
- Improved blade guard
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|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments||Bare-Tool||SOME PARTS||bare-tool||Bare-Tool||stand|
|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 8 x 6 in||8.5 x 7 x 7 in||9.45 x 4.53 x 7.87 in||—||—||—|
# Arbor Diameter: 12mm # Diamond blade cut width (kerf): 0.033"(0.83mm) # Carbide blade cut width (kerf): 0.073"(1.85mm) # Maximum Depth of Cut: 5/8" # Motor : 0.8Amp, 4500 RPM # Blade Cover Assembly # Instruction Manual # Dimensions: 4 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 7"
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The saw had a defective electrical connection.
I though I was stuck with no options (since I did not use the saw for the first few months).
To my surprise, the vendor shipped me a new saw with no questions asked.
The saw is excellent for cutting circuit boards
The saw came with 2 blades, one for rip cuts, and the other for fine cuts.
I recommend this saw for the quality cuts plus the vendor stands behind their product.
I may purchase another.
Walnut Creek, CA
The down side: What they don't tell you is that getting replacement blades in next to impossible! You can buy 4 inch blades anywhere, but you have to find an arbor adapter to use other blades. I want to find/buy additional blades but cannot find any replacement blades that have a 12 mm arbor hole. (12 mm is just under one half inch and larger than 7/16, there are no 12mm arbor blades!). I will not be able to use the tile cutting blade that is is included.
The blade guard is easy to assemble and install if you have the correct Phillips screwdriver and a pliers. A standard SAE Phillips screwdriver will not work! The nut is a locking nut and must be held in place while using the screwdriver.
The table easily adjusts for height from 0-5//8 inch cut with one knob. Motor and blade are stationary.
Comes with an extra set of motor brushes.
I didn't want to lug around a chop saw everyday to work on my house, so this fits the bill. As long as you don't push it quickly, it will cut this thick shingle. I can literally put this on my ladder if I needed too. Not smart, but we'll see lol
Inspection and first test cuts revealed an issue. There is 0.016 inch play left-to-right in the miter slot for the miter bar on both sides of the blade which allows it to shift diagonally knocking the cut out of square. When cutting you need to ensure you keep even and consistent pressure left or right throughout the cut.
The table is cast and then milled. The milling is rough. The wood was snagging / dragging as it went through the blade. I used 400 grit Emory cloth to smooth it out. Now it is pretty smooth. Still needs a bit of work.
There is a safety sticker on the table. Mine was pealing off, catching the wood, causing a drag issue for wood.
I played with raising and lower the table. Only one anchor for the table - on the right of the saw. Yes, if you raise it off the motor and push down the table yields compromising the accuracy of the cut. I lowered it to contact with the motor and when not pushing down on the wood more than necessary to hold it, the table remains square for the cut. Remember, this is a little, light duty, saw.
The miter gauge back is wider on one side then the other. You cannot simply flip from left-to-right miter slots. The miter gauge back stop will clear the blade in one miter slot and hit the blade in the other miter slot unless you reset the back. Interesting design issue.
The 125VAC plug on mine crushed as delivered. So badly that when it is unplugged it tended to tuck the one blade back into the other. Just annoying. Plug it into the extension cord, then plug the extension cord in
Very quiet, very smooth running, smooth cuts on both hard and soft woods. With limitations this is one neat hobby saw.
Three stars because I think it could be so much better with a little better machining in manufacture – miter slot/bar issue and smoothness of the table.
This train is my current project. Probably 45 or more pieces of wood and the drive rods operate properly. Tender and four cars are in work.Today's cuts were for the tender and the caboose - not shown.