Ozan Tilting Circular Saw Spear Electric Saw Mizrak 1500
- Aluminum Table width 380mm
- 8-spindle easier movement system
- 4 KW cutter motor
- Manual 45-90 degree movement
- Manual up and down movement
- Saw outer and inner diameter (min – max.) Ø250×30 – Ø300×30
- Max.cutting depth (90) 80 mm
- Max.cutting depth (45) 65 mm
- Loudness 80 db.
- Electric Saw speed 4750-5250 rpm
- Circular Saw motor power 4 Kw 3000D / MIN
- Table size 550 X950mm
- Table additional side sheet size 700 x 910mm
- Table back extra size 400x800mm
- Table top cover size 1200 mm
- Traveling slide size 1400 mm
- Mobile sled moving 1500 mm
- Traveling slide guard angle right-left 0-45 right and left
- Aluminum car width 365mm
- Car hood size 1950 mm
- Car roof cover angle right-left Ø-45 right and left
- Car roof gauge gauge 0-3000 mm
- Plotter saw outer and inner diameter Ø125 x 20 mm
- Plotter saw outer and inner diameter (Jumping) Ø200 x Ø30 mm
- Plotter saw speed 6800 rpm
- Scribing saw motor power (Jumping) 0.75 kW 3000rpm
- Scribing saw motor power 0.75 kW 3000rpm
- Dust absorber pipe height from the ground 845
- Machine height 1400
- Net weight 685kg
A table saw (also known as a sawbench or bench saw in England) is a woodworking tool, consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by an electric motor (either directly, by belt, or by gears).
The blade protrudes through the top of a table, which provides support for the material, usually wood, being cut.
In most modern table saws, the depth of the cut is varied by moving the blade up and down: the higher the blade protrudes above the table, the deeper the cut that is made in the material. In some early table saws, the blade and arbor were fixed, and the table was moved up and down to expose more or less of the blade.
The angle of cut is controlled by adjusting the angle of blade. Some earlier saws angled the table to control the cut angle.