Since 1950
Home Steel City Titanium Sliding table saw


  • Large anodized aluminum table sliding on steel guide ways for greater durability
  • Multi-position sliding table stops
  • Crosscut fence can be positioned in front or behind the panel. Includes adjustable flip stops and manual clamp
  • Solid rip fence with fine tune adjustment and blocking lever
  • Manual height and angle adjustment of main blade with hand wheels in front of the machine
  • Belt driven mechanism.
  • Rotations of the main blade: 3000 /4000 or 5000 RPM and 8000 RPM for the scoring blade
  • Scoring saw blade adjustments using knobs on right hand of sliding table.
  • Easy access of the control panel
  • Overarm blade cover with dust collection outlet ( -90° thin blade cover, large blade cover for up to 45° angles)
  • Magnetic starter

Technical Specifications

Main blade motor  5 HP - 220 V - 1 ph
  7,5 HP - 600 V - 3 ph
Scoring blade motor 1 HP
Sliding table 3200 x 395 mm
Main blade  12” (305 mm) x 30mm
  14” (355 mm) x 30mm
Main blade RPM 3000 / 4000 / 5000 tr/min
Scoring saw 120 mm x 22 mm
Cut capacity at 90° 80 mm (12”) / 105 mm (14”)
Cut capacity at 45° 55 mm (12”) / 72 mm (14”)
Rip capacity 51” (1300 mm)
Dust collection outlets 1 x 4” and 1 x 5”
Shipping weight 1810 lb / 822 kg

A word from the boss 

Holidays like no other! (20-07-01)

This year, we didn't see the spring go by. Caught in the turmoil of the covid, our attention and concerns were focused on this invisible and devious virus that we continue to tame.

Habits such as washing our hands more often, keeping our distance and, occasionally, wearing a mask may be part of our daily lives for a long time to come. 

The media point this out and the Boss confirms it, for most of us this summer, holidays will take place at home. He had noticed a phenomenal increase in traffic on his website during the confinement and is now pleasantly surprised to also note a very marked increase in store visits following the deconfinement. It seems that the holiday budget will partially turn into a DIY budget.

So be careful in your work; be also vigilant in your travels and take advantage of the summer to take holidays like no other...