Wood-Mizer has released the new MS300 table saw, equipped with a sliding table to increase cutting precision and used to make various wood products, such as interior finishing, furniture components, floor panels, boards, slats, and more.
According to the company, the MS300 features a cast iron work table and an expansive sliding feed table. A solid cast iron base ensures the stability and damping of vibration. The sliding table runs on steel ball bearings for smooth and easy material feeding. The height and angle of the blade is adjustable as well.
The MS300 can cut wooden elements at an angle of 90° and a maximum height of 100mm. At 45°, the maximum material thickness decreases to 65mm.
To expand the material’s work surface, users can enlarge the sliding table by a side shelf 500mm x 360mm, and make the work table longer by 520mm. Additionally, the MS300 can be equipped with another worktable extension of 900mm x 440mm, which helps cut larger materials.
The table saw has two guide bars for comfortable material handling while cutting. A parallel board fence with a micro-adjustment knob is for precise measurements up to 0.1mm, and a perpendicular sliding fence is for adjusting the sawing angle on both sides of the table. A SUVA blade guard that can be moved for adjustment up or down and sideways ensures the operator’s safety while cutting.
The table saw features a standard 3kW electric motor and a circular saw blade of 315mm diameter. With the rotation speed of the saw blade at 4,500 rotations per minute, the surface finish of the final product will reportedly be smooth.
The MS300 has two sawdust collection ports: the first one with 100mm diameter and the other one, under the SUVA blade guard, with 50mm diameter, both for keeping the workplace clean. Wood-Mizer recommends using the Wood-Mizer extraction systems to make the sawdust extraction as efficient as possible.
The MS300 also has a clamp to block and release the material quickly towards the sliding table to prevent the material from accidentally moving.