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Titan TTB545SSW 457mm Scroll Saw 230V (10393)

Variable speed, with fan-cooled motor and replaceable carbon brushes. Sturdy, cast iron, adjustable table for varied bevel cuts. Supplied with 18tpi blade.

  • 240W Brush Motor
  • Max. Cut Depth 51mm
  • Table Size 330 x 625mm
  • Variable Speed
  • Table Tilt 0-45°
  • Dust Ejection Facility
  • Cast Iron Table
  • Work Light & Dust Blower

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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Solid Saw This machine is very heavy, robust and strong..Perfect for what I need it for. Its not noisy at all and hardly any vibration and I don't have it bolted down, just on its rubber feet.Now if you want to do very intricate work with tight turns etc this is not the machine for you but apart from that I would recommend it to all who want a general purpose scroll saw.It is very good value for money and as its so solid it should last for years. 25 Jul 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Terrible Only suitable for big chunky pinned blades I do a lot of detailed stuff so I thaught upgrading to this bigger saw would be a good idea, how wrong was I!. my old saw I hardly broke blades this one is shocking it won't grip pinless blades at all so you cant get enough tension to make tight turns without the plade popping outvthe holder, unfortunately I've sold my old saw before using this and I've lost the receipt for this one so looks like I'm stuck with the over priced piece of junk until, I can afford to buy a difrent one. I can't belive how good the reviews are for this what are they comparing it to? I've had a few saws, and this been the most expensive is also the worst don't waste your monney! 17 Jul 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by NOT PINLESS I bought this saw because I thought I can accept both PINLESS and PINNED blades but it doesn't otherwise looks a good bit of kit. 4 Jul 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor I had two of these, both were faulty and eventually went for a different make. The plastic insert around the saw blade did not sit flush and the wood kept catching in it. This was due to the drill holes for one of the screws not being in the correct place. In both machines I had there was only half a drill hole in the metal ring inside holding one of the screws in. I can only think this may have been a faulty batch?? Apart from that it was ok for the price but afraid I cant recommend. 29 Jun 2016
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I will be doing a lot of drill starts, so quick blade release is something that would be required
23 Mar 2016
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Hello Kayy.
Unfortunately the scroll saw does not have a quick release blade system.
24 Mar 2016
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Manual states that: "This scroll saw accepts 5 inch length pin-end AND PINLESS blades." page 16 of the 'getting started manual'
However, there does not appear to be any hardware to facilitate pinless blades and also there are no instructions for installing pinless blades as there is for installing the pinned type.

I thought I saw this specification in other advertising data but it seems to have been recently removed.
Also the says the table is cast iron when in fact it is made of cast aluminium.
Otherwise it it appears good value and very robustly engineered but being able to accommodate pinless blades is essential for intricate work.
6 Feb 2016
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You can fit pinless blades as I have just done so.
All you need is are couple of machine screws that fit into the threaded holes in the side of the blade holders top and bottom.
Granted it is fiddly but is ok when you get the hang of it.
3 Mar 2016
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Answer: 
Hi Alipan, Unfortunately this machine only accepts pin-ended blades. The instructions have been updated to reflect this. We have asked for the new instructions to be uploaded to screwfix.com.
10 Feb 2016
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Hi, it sounds as though this is a weak point on the machines as mine snapped off also. Basically the relatively thin sides cracked leaving me with a decision to either repair, make a new one or send it back. I chose to make another using hardwood. I was able to pencil the shape easy enough and then using some decent glue and strong tape managed to put the original back together and back on just long enough to cut out the new piece. The hole was easy enough and the pin slid straight in. Cutting the inside out was a bit tricky and I had to finish it with a small chisel. It has now been in place for almost a year and showing no signs of cracking. I'm going to make another now just in case.........
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Is this the tensioner at the back of the machine ? If so mine also went days after use and Screwfix changed my machine !!

It would appear this seems to be an inherent fault with this item
12 Dec 2015
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Hello, unfortunately we do not stock a foot pedal accessory.
15 Jan 2016
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Brushes

Can you please inform me of the brush size required for this machine ??
10 Dec 2015
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Specification
Blade Length 127 mm
Brand Titan
Cutting Depth Capacity 51 mm
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
Model No TTB54SSW
No Load Speed 400-1600 rpm
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 240 W
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Height 410 mm
Product Length 720 mm
Product Type Scroll Saw
Product Width 530 mm
Total Product Weight 24.5 kg

Bevel capacity 0-45°. No load speed 400-1600spm. W x D x H: 400 x 720 x 410mm. Weight 21.5kg.

Product contents

TTB545SSW, blade, hex key and spanner.

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