|Blade Diameter: 190 mm||Power: 550 W|
The Metabo 5348D is most likely the smallest table saw ever made by Metabo. It was sold around 1990 and was a smaller and cheaper alternative to the renowned Magnum series Metabo made at the time.
It is made of very lightweight materials, and everything about it signals ‘cost savings’ in order to offer it at the lowest price possible. But it was built at the time that Metabo was making excellent table saws that are still popular today, so if some of those qualities spilled over into the 5348D it might still be a solid machine.
It has quite a weak motor at 550W, but the blade size is only 190mm so the power should be sufficient for any cuts you can make with a blade this small.
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Exploded drawing and parts for the 5348D
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|Motor Voltage||1x 230V|
|Saw Blade Diameter||190 mm|
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