The Kity 419 Table Saw is the smaller cousin of the Kity 618 and 619. Scheppach took over Kity in 2004, and some time afterwards the 419 was continued as the Scheppach Precisa 2.0, which is still for sale today.
Newer Kity (built after 2000) machines often tend to be a bit overpriced on the second-hand market in our experience. They look a bit shinier, but all in all their quality is not much higher than many vintage machines that are 10 to 20 years older.
In its standard configuration its rip capacity is limited, but an extension table was available as an option. The sliding table was an optional extra, just like the stand, but most second-hand versions seem to have it, making it a more interesting saw than just the basic version.
Replacement Saw Blades: The Kity 419 can take blades up to 200 mm, which is an unusual size. There are a handful of blades available, but if you search for 190 mm blades you’ll have a much wider selection available.
For example, you can find some 190 mm blades that will fit the Kity 419 and have good reviews on Amazon Germany, and on Amazon UK.
Decent table saw, but often overpriced on the second-hand market.
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All the specs and options for the Kity 419 Table Saw
|Weight (standard configuration)||25 kg|
|Motor Voltage||3x 400V 1x 230V|
|Extra Features and Options|
|Extension tables (750mm rip capacity)||Option|
|Maximum Cutting Height||62 mm|
|Maximum Ripping Width||150 mm|
|Table Dimensions||535 x 400 mm|
|Saw Blade Diameter||200 mm|
|Arbor diameter||30 mm|
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