All the K3 machines are quite similar in their basic form. The main differences are in terms of size and the number of upgrades available. For example, the K3 basic can be upgraded to be similar in size to the K3 Winner, but no larger. It also lacks the possibility to add an outrigger table.
Picking a machine among the three is therefore not just a question of what fits you best right now, but also what upgrades you may want to add later.
Every K3 saw comes with a miter gauge with a 900mm extrusion. The saw has a precision system which allows you to easily reset the miter gauge to its 90 degrees position, as can be seen here.
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All the specs and options for the Hammer K3 Basic
|Weight (standard configuration)||310 kg|
|Motor Voltage||3x 400V 1x 230V|
|Motor Frequency||50 or 60 Hz|
|Extra Features and Options|
|Rolling carriage without lifting bar||Option|
|Longer Table (1250mm) and Sliding Table (1300mm)||Option|
|Scoring blade system||Option|
|Capacity to use Dado blades (up to 19.5 mm)||Option|
|Fine adjustment for rip fence||Option|
|Maximum Cutting Height||103 mm|
|Maximum Ripping Width||700 mm|
|Table Dimensions||800 x mm|
|Saw Blade Diameter||315 mm|
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