|Type of Cut
|Cross Cut (0° x 0°)
|Bevel Cut (0° x 45°)
|Mitre Cut (45° x 0°)
|Compound Cut (45° x 45°)
|Mild Steel Plate - Max Thickness
|Mild Steel Box Section - Max Wall Thickness
|Motor (230-240V ~ 50 Hz)
|Speed No Load
||3750min-1 / rpm
|Dust Port Diameter
|Max. Mitre (Left - Right)
||50° - 50°
|Max. Bevel (Left)
||0° - 45°
|Tool Dimensions (H x W x L)
||260 x 393 x 381mm
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What materials can this saw cut?
When fitted with an Evolution 210mm Multipurpose TCT blade this machine can be used to cut: Wood, Wood derived products (MDF, Chipboard, Plywood, Blockboard, Hardboard etc), Wood with embedded nails,
50mm mild steel box section with 3mm wall at HB 200-220, 3mm mild steel plate at HB 200-220, Copper, Plastic and many more materials.
Note: Wood containing non galvanised nails or screws, with care, can be safely cut.
Please read all safety warnings and instructions in the operators manual included with the machine.
Where is the serial number located?
The serial number can be found on the motor housing of the machine.
Where is the batch code for my machine?
The batch code is the first part of the serial number, found on the motor housing of the machine. Evolution serial numbers begin with the abbreviation of the machine followed by a letter.
A = January, B = February and so on. The following 2 numbers are the year of manufacture. 09 = 2009, 10 = 2010, etc.
(Example of batch code: F210CMS-A17…)
How should I cut bowed material safely?
Before cutting any workpiece, check to see if it is bowed. If it is bowed the workpiece must be positioned and cut as shown. Do not position the workpiece incorrectly or cut the workpiece without the support of the fence.
Can a dust bag be fitted to this machine?
A dust bag can be fitted to the extraction port at the rear of the machine. Note: Do not attach the dust bag when cutting metal. The dust bag is for use when cutting wooden materials only.
A dust extraction / vacuum hose can also be fitted. The dust port diameter is 35mm.
What are the main differences between RAGE and FURY Machines?
RAGE machines are optimised for the professional / serious DIY user. They are well specified machines with a wide range of operational features and are designed and engineered for sustained and regular use.
RAGE blades are optimised for higher performance, last-longer and have more teeth for a cleaner cut. They also are capable of cutting more Steel before a replacement is required.
How do I adjust the cutting head angle?
Several checks/adjustments are possible on this machine. The operator will require a 45°/45°/90° set square (not supplied) to carry out these checks and adjustments.
For full instructions on how to make the adjustment, please refer to the operators manual supplied with the machine or click here to view the F210CMS manual
How do I remove and install a new blade?
Only carry out this operation with the machine disconnected from the mains supply. For full instructions on how to replace the blade, please refer to the operators manual supplied with the machine or click here to view the
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