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Proxxon FET Table Saw

Proxxon FET Table Saw

3.5 from 2 reviews

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Tim Johns

Tim JohnsSydney, NSW

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Well Designed Little Table Saw but Poorly made

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Purchased in February 2018.


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Proxxon FET 4" Tilt Arbour Table Saw

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Date PurchasedOct 2017

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Grotty Yachty

Grotty Yachtyasked

I`m starting to look at table saws for hobby building and was wondering if out my 3 choices you would buy the Proxxon again , choices are the Proxxon, Dewalt ( abit dearer but 3 yr warranty) or Hyuda half the price of the others but??
Do you have any other Proxxon tools also looking for a bench drill press and combo belt/ disc sander.

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Graeme W
Graeme W

It would depend on the scale you intend to model I 'spose. Mine are mainly HO Trains, but trying to encourage significant other that she should have a go at Doll Houses, something she has admired for many years.
I would tend to stick with the Proxxon brand for me, just because they are locally based.


Jacek K

Jacek Kasked

I saw one comment like this:
"One fault common to all 3 machines I tried (2 from Axminster), was blade alignment was off by 0.5 mm front to back - does not line up with guide slots in table. Badly set up tooling at factory I assume. This is not adjustable - a table saw basic!".

Do you have the same problem?

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Graeme W
Graeme W

I checked mine and it's either 0.05mm out or more likely my poor use of the micro meter. But if the blade is off from the slots, a simple fix is to build a crosscut sled, I've seen YouTube videos that show how to correct any alignment issues in the construction of the sled. One vid actually was done on a full sized table saw that was out of alignment and the build of the sled cured it.


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