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Titan TTB599BNS 2000W 355mm Chop Saw 230V (26081)

Durable and easy to use chop saw. Features smart technology with excellent cutting capabilities for metal such as aluminium and copper. Supplied with blade.

  • 2000W
  • Max. Cut 100mm
  • Trigger Switch
  • Fan-Cooled Motor
  • Current & Thermal Overload Protection
  • Replaceable Brushes

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£79.99INC VAT

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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent For price, can't complain - squareness could be an issue, need spirit level to make sure work piece and saw are the same... 25 Apr 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for the price Bought one of these for the price and warranty its fantastic it cuts great currently using it for 6mm angle its £10 for two cutting discs so bargain the only down side to this is the vice has an angle measure witch is not accurate it also doesn't come with a machined vice witch you carnt expect for this price probably will keep buying this this as its half the price of household witch are basically the same with the cheep vises eg draper chop saw same features cost £180 bottoms line it comes down to buying this for £80 witch is unbelievable or spending £220 to £300 one with a metal cutting blade for better accuracy and machined vice beware thou metal cutting blades are very expensive usually 60-80 pounds 14 Apr 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Needs fettling 2 work properly Badly set up when arrived. Blade was misaligned. Angle reading is well out too (about 6 degrees), had to mark a new reading point after setting up blade angle & using set square(captive nut is welded on so no adjustment). The blade retaining button is very poorly made, was jammed when I received it, frequently jams since, due to poor production quality (not perfectly round, jams in housing). Last but by no means least (!) - the work clamp has so much play in the slider that no matter how tight I tightened it, when cutting 50x50x4mm angle iron, the clamp popped up a few mm mid cut with the potential to jam/shatter the blade. I fixed this by fabricating a 2mm aluminium spacer under the deck on the slider, works fine now. The motor is reasonable but not really powerful, slows if very much pressure applied. So overall I would say poor quality, but it is cheap compared to premium brands. Would I recommend it - yes, probably, but only if you're happy fettling it before using it for the first time, took me an hour or so to make it usable. I need accurate cuts for fabricating steel items, makes welding easier, as it arrived it was pretty useless for me. If you just want rough, inaccurate cuts then it would be OK as delivered. I've not tried a premium one though, for all I know they may have similar problems. Not sure about reliability yet as only set up then made 1 test cut. The quick adjuster will be a real time saver though. 7 Feb 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by TERRIBLE Straight out of the box. Attempted to cut aluminium, motor burnt out Muck.....Utter Muck ! 26 Nov 2015
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22 May 2016
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Hello Martin8,

This product would not be suitable, you would need to use a mitre saw with a diamond blade.

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23 May 2016
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Hello Jooo. The chop saw is only suitable for cutting metal, not logs for a log burner.
29 Feb 2016
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steel lubriction

Reading the answer to Luciferpie in the questions section of this chop saw has left me confused. Surely this is an abrasive wheel type saw, like an angle grinder? So why would you lubricate the cut, you only do this with non abrasive wheels? If the answer is in fact correct, what lubricant? I've been metal working for 12 years and the answer makes no sense at all to me, sounds like a recipe for a fire applying cutting fluid to an abrasive wheel! I would appreciate an answer as I intend to buy this chop saw. My second question is can the clamp be used to cut 50mm angle iron/box section at 45 degrees?
23 Aug 2015
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Sorry for the confusion. I think the previous answer relates to lubricating the inside of the machine and not the abrasive disc itself. The max cut at 45 degrees is 70mm
18 Nov 2015
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Hi,
The Instructions advise the following regarding Lubrication points.
1. Vise screw shaft
2. Front vise clamp > rotation clamp
Remove the brush caps at regular intervals to check the carbon brushes. When the
brushes are worn to the standard line, as indicated on the brush, go to after-service
and replace them.
A suitable blade would be 89235.
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3 Jul 2015
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yes with the correct type of blade installed
9 Jul 2015
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Specification
Blade Diameter 355 mm
Brand Titan
Manufacturer Guarantee 2 years
Manufacturing Standards BBA, BSI APPROVED TO PAS23/24
Max. Box Cut Length 100 mm
Model No TTB599BNS
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 2000 W
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Height 430 mm
Product Length 340 mm
Product Type Chop Saw
Product Width 600 mm
Total Product Weight 19 kg

Disc dia. 355mm x 25.4mm bore. Max. box section cut 100 x 127mm. Weight 19kg.

Product contents

TTB599BNS and 355mm abrasive blade.

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