Charnwood W650 10' Cast Table Saw c/w Sliding Carriage + Extension Tables

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Charnwood Charnwood W650 10' Cast Table Saw c/w Sliding Carriage + Extension Tables

Item: W650

MPN: W650

W650 10" Table Saw

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Charnwood W650 10" Cast Table Saw c/w Sliding Carraige + Extension Tables

For the small professional workshop this new cast iron table saw will be the perfect fit.

  • Quiet 3hp Induction Motor
  • Cast Iron Precision Ground Table
  • Extension Tables as Standard Equipment
  • Finely Adjustable Rip Fence
  • Sliding Carriage as Standard Equipment
  • Separate Handwheels for Blade Adjustment
  • 100mm Dust Extraction Outlet
  • Optional Wheel Kit

The main table is precision ground cast iron to give a flat surface that will last forever. The surface area is further increased with the addition of 2 steel extension tables offering greater support when working with larger panels and boards.

The guide fence for ripping operations slides smoothly along a solid steel bar with a measuring scale marked out in millimetres. The fence itself can be used in two positions, the second position allows for very thin cuts to be made in thin materials without obstructing the blade guard. A great feature of the fence system is the addition of a micro adjuster which allows accurate small adjustments to be made when setting the position of the fence. The sliding mitre fence is adjustable to 60 degrees in each direction. It has preset stops to locate it accurately at 45 degrees and 90 degrees. A sacrificial fence can be easily mounted using the fixing holes provided. On the left hand side of the saw is the sliding crosscut carriage. The table is again made from cast iron and precision ground for a durable flat surface. The table runs on four sealed for life bearings along an aluminium guide track. The fence itself can be locked at any angle from 90 to 45 degrees, and there is a positive stop to ensure the fence returns back to the 90 degree position. A work clamp ensures timber stays locked in position during the cut. A flip-over length stop for accurate repeat cutting completes the carriage assembly. The power is generated from a 2200w (3 hp) induction motor which gives a low noise level and will run from any standard 13amp, 240v power supply. Setting the sawblade angle and height is done using two separate hand wheels. A large easy to read scale on the front face of the machine allows accurate bevel angles to be set. Efficient dust extraction is included as standard. Dust is collected from the back of the saw guard and a hose transfers it to the rear of the machine. Underneath the table is a hood which collects more dust and tranfers it to the same collection point. A single extractor hose connection point of 100mm diameter is provided at the rear of the machine. The table saw is supplied with four adjustable feet for levelling on an uneven surface. For anybody needing to move the saw around the workshop our universal wheel base, W520 is the ideal companion. Supplied with 36 tooth TCT sawblade, push stick, rip fence, mitre

Customer Reviews

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"This is the only choice for those wanting a decent cast iron table bench saw and accurate fence but can't accommodate a 16A supply, as it works of a UK 13A plug. It's not quite as powerful as my older Bosch contractors saw but once set up is very accurate and cust well. First thing I did was change the blade to a 60T TCT. Lets get the niggles out of the way first: Assembly with the optional cabinet base needs two people as you wont get this upright after assembling the base on your own. You also really need the optional wheeled base for ease of movement. Some parts arrived with slight damage to them which was obviously pre-shipping (end of mitre cross cut fence was damaged on mine); Fence is fiddly to set up square. Top tip...fit the blade you will use and raise it to full cutting height. The use a Vernier gauge and slide the fence to about 70mm off the blade. Measure the distance between the inside cutting tooth at the front end to the fence, record the figure then do the same at the back of the blade. If out by more than 0.1mm slacked the fence bolts and adjust the nuts to push or pull the fence in the direction required. You'll have to adjust by eighth turns on the bolts and lock the locknut off. If the fence needs pulling in at the far end (back of table) you adjust far right few bolts to push the fence out by a little and half the distance the bolt pushes the fence out on the middle bolt, leaving the end few bolts as they are, or vice-versa if the fence needs to go out at the back. As you tighten the locknuts position may shift a little. Do this until you can get the measurements within 0.1mm and rotate the blade 90 degrees to confirm the measurements. Once square, lock off and try a test piece at least 600mm long. You should be there or thereabouts given run out tolerances of motor shaft and blade. It's fiddly and an easier way should be designed into the machine; The scale on mine was 1mm out to the left and no amount of using the slack in the fence holes could correct for this; The writhing knife cannot easily be removed for blind cuts when making shallow rebates...it's a nightmare to replace it if you do remove it and took me 15 minutes as reaching the nut and bolt whilst holding the shims and stop plate in place needs care and dexterity! Dust extraction from the blade cover is poor. You need a powerful extractor to make using it worth while; On switch is poorly positioned and you need to stretch to reach it and the stop button so I use a remote controlled socket for turning the machine off. Overall though for the money it's a solid and decent enough machine. I would have liked the bevel cut to be 45 degrees in both directions but you only can tilt it right. The scale is accurate when set up properly to the 90 degree mark, for all other angles. I would have preferred seeing a belt drive rather than direct shaft drive at this price, but all things considered it is a quiet, reasonably precise bench saw which whilst fiddly to accurise, once set up is easy to use and makes accurate cuts. I use it in a professional workshop and for the money it's very good, and unlike some other similar machines from other companies, is trade rated so the motor is rated for at least an hours use per day or over 300 hours annually which is about what I use it for. The fence needs lifting slightly to slide it without damaging the work table as the cast fence support attached to the fence can catch the table. I cleaned the table off and applied a was paste to it to prevent rust and did the same for the mitre table which by the way is excellent but a PITA to set up if you need to adjust the accuracy. Mine was pretty much spot on from the factory. In all, I am very pleased with this saw bench and would recommend it for home use or professional workshop use as there's nothing to beat it on the market at the price and the added bonus is the excellent cross cut table and fence. "
Star Rating 4
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"Delivery was made within 2 days by Yandles. Saw came on a pallet and was well wrapped in cling film. Before use this saw needs setting up to cut square. To set up you have to attach the rib-fence and set it square to the blade. This is a little fiddly to do, but you can do this by adjusting the bolts which attach the bar to the table front edge. The sliding table is a great feature of this saw and once again it needs to be set up for squareness and height to the table top. All this can be achieved without to much effort. Don’t rush these steps and take your time, time spent here will give you accurate cuts. The only criticism I have in using the saw, I find it very difficult to set the rib-fence to the exact measurement on the ruler scale when looking directly down. You seem to get a 3D effect from the shiny surfaces which makes it hard to set. Overall I’m very pleased with my purchase. "
Star Rating 5
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"The saw arrived direct from Charnwood. Delivery was prompt, but beware if you live anywhere off street as the delivery driver will refuse to drop anywhere but the closest point on the roadside; as the package is 150kg, you'll need a pallet truck and/or a couple of big mates to help you. If you break down the pallet into its constituent parts it's easier. The saw itself is relatively easy to set up. The table is square and flat. The out tables are pretty thin pressed metal, but adequate. The fence and fence rail take a while to set up, but end up square if care is taken. The fence itself is extruded aluminium, so light weight. The first thing you'll want to do is update it or stiffen it. You'll also want to sort a zero clearance insert and probably update the riving system if you want to do anything serious. The motor is quiet and powerful enough. The motor spindle is true, with no blade wobble. Talking about the blade, the one supplied is useless, so replace it straight away. Overall, the machine is good value. Once the blade and fence is sorted out, it cuts true and square. Recommended."
Star Rating 4

Specification

Main Table Size     750mm x 1000mmMaximum Ripping Width Using Fence     605mmCrosscut Table Size     400mm x 180mmMaximum Crosscutting Width     550mm (700mm Using Reverse Table)Blade Tilt     90 - 45 degreesCutting Depth at 90 degrees     80mmCutting Depth at 45 degrees     56mmBlade Diameter     250mmBlade Bore     30mmWork Table Height     830mmMotor (induction)     2200w (3hp) / 240vNo-load Blade Speed     4000rpmDimensions (WxDxH)     1440mm x 1070mm x 1120mmWeight     125KgDb (Without Load/With Load)     81Db/89.5DbRating     TradeWarranty     1 Year

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