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Scheppach HS120 315mm Brushless Table Saw 240V (15413)

Portable, accurate and versatile. High performance table saw represents outstanding value for money. Generous specification fulfils the need for ripping, cross-cutting and angle/compound angle cuts. Sturdy, powder-coated sheet steel design with galvanised table. Powerful and extremely robust induction motor offers a long service life. Supplied with sturdy parallel guide / ripping fence, TCT blade and wheel kit with lifting handles.

  • 2200W Induction Motor
  • Max. Cut Depth: 83mm
  • 24-Tooth TCT Blade
  • Aluminium & Steel Table
  • Parallel Fence
  • Dust Extraction Facility
  • Constant Speed Under Load
  • Electronic Brake
  • Soft Start
  • Removable Rear Extension Tables

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£349.99INC VAT

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Scheppach HS120 315mm Brushless Table Saw 240V is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from shhhh my bench saw I bought this saw as my cheapy saw burnt out and I already have a couple of Scheppach bench tools. I was disappointed by the assembly instructions but after a couple of hours sorting that out I was delighted when I turned it on and found my dust extractor made more noise than the saw. It cut a 2 inch piece of mahogany really well. As for reliability time will tell but I have found Scheppach very good.
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of saw for the money Took a while to assemble but with a bit of patience to set everything up properly makes a very accurate saw. The blade was out of parallel by about 1/2 mm but IS adjustable by loosening the 6 bolts that are countersunk into the table and gently tapping the angle mountings under the table with a rubber mallet to bring everything into line. Setting up the sliding carriage runner is a pain without an assistant but do-able, and again runs perfectly true once you've tinkered with it. Bevel adjustment is a bit tricky to get accurate with not having the screw adjuster that the more expensive models have but if you have a decent angle gauge then not too bad. The only issue I've found on mine is that the riving knife is very slightly out of line with the blade, luckily it is out towards the fence so doesn't pull the work-piece away from the fence when ripping. All in all a decent piece of kit with the self assembly aspect keeping the price down. The cross cut fence is bang on square and runs parallel but again adjustable should it not be. The rip fence can sit out of true if you don't make sure it is tight down to the table when you lock it into place. On a final note, the instructions are not brilliant unless you happen to understand German because the German instructions are a bit more in depth than the English which miss a few important bits out, if you understand how sawbenches work and can assemble flat packs with the aid of a pictorial instruction then it is fairly straightforward. As for reliability, only time will tell.
Date published: 2015-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fiddly but fine for purpose Had saw for six months and built a be-decked shed out of it. Bit fiddly to assemble especially the sliding guide. Not too happy with the accuracy of the rip cutting fence as it has a tendency to burn the wood if it's long. Checked it today using guidance given on youTube and discovered it is tapering ever-so-slightly inwards, hence the burns, so I will be speaking to the supplier! It's a pity there is no fine adjustment so as to correct small deviations, but otherwise a reliable tool even though blade-changing is awkward - and don't use the spanners provided.
Date published: 2015-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Scheppach TS 30 315mm Table Sa I puchased this saw, it is well made and good value. However I would recomend having a set of spanners and allen keys to assemble it. The sawblade was out of alignment, so the table top has to be lossened with allen key on the top screws and a spanner underneath as far as I can guess to get it aligned. I have not done this yet., once I have done so I belive it will be great. If you are using the sliding table a lot a modification may be required as the degree scale is proud of the table and could wear the numbers on the scale away.
Date published: 2014-10-31
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What is the maximum ripping width

Asked by: Spraggon
Hello The ripping width to the right of the blade is 350mm .
Answered by: Scheppach-Expert
Date published: 2017-07-29

Is it possible to do non-thru cut grooving with this machine?

Asked by: captainpugmash
Hello The riving knife on this model can be raised and lowered below the saw blade teeth for concealed cutting , the guard has to be removed to perform such cuts this is at the users own risk , utmost care and attention must be used at all times .
Answered by: Scheppach-Expert
Date published: 2016-11-20

Does this saw have rise and fall?

Plus what is the range of the rise and fall if it has it.
Asked by: Trifonic
Hello The hs 120 has rise and fall by means of a hand wheel , th range is from - 0 to 82 mm . Thank you .
Answered by: Scheppach-Expert
Date published: 2016-09-17

What's the maximum width of cross-cut you can make using the sliding carriage on this saw?

Distance between carriage fence and blade (at full height)
Asked by: Nicknamer2
hi there the maximum cross cut using the sliding table is 300mm
Answered by: Scheppach-Expert
Date published: 2016-11-07

Can you fit a dado blade to this saw?

Asked by: Phil1990
HI There. The use of Dado blades shouldn't be used on any table saw that has a braked type motor, and therefore is now an illegal practise to do so. As the Scheppach TS 30 is fitted with a braked motor and will therefor stop in approx 7 seconds, the manufacturers do not provide the ability to fit a Dado blade to this machine.
Answered by: Scheppach-Expert
Date published: 2017-05-16
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Blade Description TCT Blade
Blade Diameter 315 mm
Brand Scheppach
Brushless Brushless
Colour Blue / Grey / Black
Corded or Cordless Corded
Cutting Depth Capacity 83 mm
Disc Bore Size 30 mm
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Model No HS120
No Load Speed 2800 rpm
Number of Teeth 24
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 2200 W
Power Voltage Supply 240 V
Product Depth 600 mm
Product Height 1100 mm
Product Length 1730 mm
Product Type Table Saw
Product Width 840 mm
Total Product Weight 52 kg

Disc dia. 315 x 30mm bore. W x L x H: 840 x 1730 x 1100mm. Table W x L: 550 x 800mm. Max. cutting depth at 90°: 83mm. No. load speed: 2800rpm. Weight: 52kg. Max. bevel 49° right. Max. depth of cut at 45°: 49mm, at 90°: 83mm. Includes Plug.

Product contents

HS120, 24-tooth TCT ripping blade, sliding table carriage, rear extension table, wheel kit, lifting handles, rip fence, blade spanner, plastic blade guard and extraction hose.


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