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Tilting Table

Tilting table saws are an extinct breed of machines that can only be found on the second-hand market. They differ from ‘normal’ table saws in that the table tilts, and not the saw blade, which always stays in the same 90 degree position. Tilting table saws are objectively worse than those with tilting blades. They are harder to use and much more unsafe, because of gravity pulling the workpiece down.

Aimed at

Inca Major 341.018

Inca Universal 341.017