|Blade Diameter: 315 mm||Power: 2500 W|
|Max cutting height: 102 mm||Max ripping width: 400 mm|
|Arbor size: 30 mm||Weight: 270 kg|
|Blade Tilt: 90 - 45°|
The Kity 819 is a sliding table saw and one of the last new designs Kity made before the brand went out of business. It is a relatively rare machine, and you won’t find it often on the second hand market.
While most Kity machines are aimed at hobbyists, this is a fully featured sliding table saw that takes up a significant amount of space. It has a well designed integrated sliding table, which came in a 1600mm and 2100mm version.
There were several options available, including a table extension to the side (increases ripping width to 1100mm), and a scoring blade. Some other extra features are the eccentric clamp and support beams for the sliding table and an outrigger table.
It was sold for about €2500-3000 for the cheapest version, with fully featured versions costing up to €4000.
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Datasheet of several versions of the Kity 819
Data and specs about 4 different versions of the Kity 819.
Official replacement poly v-belt for the Kity 819.
Manual request forum topic
Forum topic on German woodworker forum where you can request a copy of the manual.
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All the specs and options for the Kity 819 Table Saw
|Weight (standard configuration)||270 kg|
|Total height||850 mm|
|Total width||900 mm|
|Motor Voltage||3x 400V 1x 230V|
|Extra Features and Options|
|Table extension (rip capacity extended to 1100mm)||Option|
|Longer sliding table (2100mm)||Option|
|Maximum Cutting Height||102 mm|
|Maximum Ripping Width||400 mm|
|Table Dimensions||540 x 920 mm|
|Saw Blade Diameter||315 mm|
|Tilt||90 - 45°|
|Arbor diameter||30 mm|
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