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Sedgwick TA315 Saw Bench 3 Phase

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» Powerful, accurate, reliable and simple to operate
» Large cast iron table
» Heavy-duty steel cabinet
» Braked motor
» Emergency stop foot switch
» Single or three phase (TA315)
» 620mm or 1,220mm sliding table options

Make Sedgwick
Model TA315
Table dimensions (mm) 800 x 750mm
Table height (mm) 850mm
Dust outlet size (mm) Cabinet 150mm, Saw Guard 50mm
Overall dimensions (mm) 800 x 955 x 850mm
Rip fence capacity (mm) 620mm
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£2,678 (ex VAT)

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The backbone of any joinery workshop is its sawbench. The saw bench should be powerful, accurate, reliable and simple to operate. The TA315, made by Sedgwick, is designed and built with all these requirements in mind. The TA315 is available fitted either with a 620mm or 1,220mm sliding table, designed for cutting mitres and compound angles, end trimming, squaring, dividing and trimming. A large cast iron table mounted on a heavy-duty steel cabinet provides a stable and accurate base for attaching the saw blade mechanism. Fitted with a braked motor and emergency stop switch and available in both single and three phase models.

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Please contact the showroom to discuss the best option for you, or submit us an enquiry using the form on this page

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