Scheppach HM254 2000 W 255 mm Sliding Mitre saw 230 V
Built to exceptionally high standards of design and performance, the Scheppach HM254 is an economically priced sliding mitre saw which will perform accurate cuts in a variety of materials. With its powerful 2000 W motor, large 340 mm cross cutting capacity, and top quality TCT blade, it is a perfect all round performer for cross cutting narrow boards, creating accurate mitre cuts, and all types of compound angle cuts. The Scheppach HM254 is a fantastically priced machine that is ideally suited to the tradesman or DIYer needing to cut accurately a variety of different work materials.
Features and Benefits
- Light and Portable – Lightweight die–cast aluminium sliding mitre saw designed for easy transport Large cross cutting width of 340 mm
- Laser line technology – The laser line technology allows for precise cutting
- Dual slide rail system – with linear bearings allows for accurate operation
- Safe – The fully enclosed blade guard allows for operator safety
- Stability during cuts – The hold–down clamp provides work piece stability during mitre, bevel & compound cuts
- Colour: Black
- Dimensions: H40.5 x W48 x D81.5cm
- Weight: 17.5kg
- Power: 2000W
- Cross cut length: 340mm
- 1 x HM254 saw
- 2 x TCT sawblades (48T/60T)
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