|Power: 350 W||Max cutting height: 80 mm|
|Table size: 300 x 300 mm||Max cutting width: 200 mm|
|Wheel Diameter: 200 mm||Blade length: 1400 mm|
|Blade width: 12 mm|
LIDL’s Parkside Bandsaw is a small and extremely affordable benchtop bandsaw. It is probably the cheapest bandsaw available on the market right now (in Europe), and is surprisingly still quite usable.
It is actually a rebrand of a Scheppach bandsaw, but even more barebones to make it available at such a low price.
Considering the price, it's a surprisingly decent saw. But anyone doing more than basic DIY tasks should probably look for a more capable machine.
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|Weight (standard configuration)||16.5 kg|
|Total height||690 mm|
|Total width||360 mm|
|Motor Voltage||1x 230V|
|Maximum Cutting Height||80 mm|
|Maximum Cutting Width||200 mm|
|Table size||300 x 300 mm|
|Band Saw blade|
|Blade length||1400 mm|
|Blade width||12 mm|
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Hi, wondering what is the max width of blade the parkside 350 bandsaw can receive…. would you recommend a good ripping and a good detailing blade…is TPI a factor i should take into consideration
Hi Clive, the Parkside 350 can take maximum 12 mm wide blades (just under 1/2 inch). Tuffsaws has some great pages for picking the right blade. You can also email Ian from Tuffsaws directly for specific advice.
TPI determines the finish quality (more TPI = better finish generally) and speed (less TPI = better fast ripping). Do note that the fastest ripping blades only work for very thick pieces of stock, due the minimum thickness required. In the link above you can see a table with the depths each TPI will be able to cut.
Hope that helps!
Hi I purchased my Saw 0317155 in January 21. I put it away until the better weather was with us, I opened it on 4/6/21 to find no instructions to assume the saw and all small parts loose within the box. I hope you can assist me by telling how many parts there should be and a copy of the manual, I do believe I have a
2 year warranty with this item.Hoping you can advise me.
Margaret. 75yr old pension who still does her own D.I.Y.
Bought one of these for model making, I’m a relative newcomer to using power tools for wood working.
I’m astounded at the accuracy I can achieve with this saw, I do realize it has it’s limitations but for me it’s one time the best buys I’ve ever made.
The manual for this saw is available at Lidl-Service.com
or this link should take you directly to the manual in PDF format.
Hi Sean, thanks for the link, I’ve updated the Manual link above so that it links directly to the PDF. Robbert
Hi. I’ve had one of these for a year now but getting random blade breaks. As in, it could last 500 cuts or 10 before breaking. Think I’ve spent more on blades than I did on the saw now.
Hi everyone. is there a way to correct the bandsaw from wandering. what I mean is that the bandsaw is not cutting strait.
This has just started wandering.
Hullo, bought a 350 last month and just assembled to try it out. It has tripped my electrics twice. Any advice please?