The Inca Major 341.018 (model 250 or 259 in North America) table saw is the big brother of the Inca Universal. It is relatively similar, but bigger in almost all ways. Most people prefer the Major, because its size is sufficient for most home users.
Just like its smaller sibling, there are moulding, mortising, sanding, and tenoning attachments available. Even a sliding table was available.
Take note that the miter gauge slots of the Universal and Major are not the same. Also, on both machines the table tilts rather than the saw blade. This makes angled cuts more dangerous.
The motor is suspended under the table and drives the arbor with a pulley. This means the motor can be easily replaced if needed.
Inca also made a larger table saw, the Inca Master, which included an integrated stand. Most of the replaceable parts (blades etc.) were interchangeable between the Master and the Major.
Replacement Blades: The Inca Major takes blades up to 250mm (about 10 inches), but has an arbor of 20 mm. It can be hard to find blades for this arbor size, so you’ll probably need to use a reducer ring. Axminster sells a very cheap one, and ships worldwide (but you may be able to find one in your local hardware store too).
You can browse some 10-inch blades with good reviews on Amazon US here. Europeans and Brits may find some 250mm blades on Amazon Germany, or Amazon UK.
Excellent and highly precise table saw. The tilting table is the only real downside.
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All the specs and options for the Inca Major 341.018
|Weight (standard configuration)||26 kg|
|Total height||1250 mm|
|Total width||730 mm|
|Motor Voltage||3x 400V 3x 230V 1x 230V|
|Extra Features and Options|
|Extension rails for wider table||Option|
|Sliding table attachment||Included|
|Maximum Cutting Height||80 mm|
|Table Dimensions||520 x 420/650 mm|
|Saw Blade Diameter||250 mm|
|Arbor diameter||20 mm|
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