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Thread: Scheppach TS4010 Panel Saw
07/06/2020 18:23:39

Hi ,

The capacitor has blown on my sheppach panel saw so while I have the panels etc off before i fit the new one , I'm thinking of giving it a good cleaning and overhaul . I want to grease the chains and the rise and fall mechanism but wonder what is best to use . I dont want to use an oil that dust will stick to and clog it up , Any suggestions ? thanks .

Thread: Table saw / extensions / sliding beams .
24/11/2017 09:39:46

Hi again , This is my current saw and set up scheppach.jpeg

24/11/2017 09:39:19

Hi Derek , thanks , I suppose I should explain , The tables side and outfeed are ok but it's the sliding table thats a bit small , it's only about 16"square so if I've an 8'x2' panel on it , it van be hard to manoeuver even with roller stands supporting the far end . I'd like to get something like the photo below (charnwood) but am wondering if anyone has made their own version of it or knows if the can be bought for a reasonable cost ?w660_new_aug_16 saw.jpg

23/11/2017 11:08:09

Hi Guys ,

I've owned a scheppach ts4010 panel saw for a long time now but am getting weary of the table size on it , especially when I'm cutting long panels . I use roller supports at the moment but am thinking of changing the set up . Looking at newer model saws , they have larger tables and the sliding beam to support the table allowing easier handling and moving of panels etc . Has anyone out there made a sliding beam and retro fitted it to their saw ? Can a beam be bought and retro fitted to an older saw ? I'd be interested to hear other peoples ideas . My budget won't stretch to a new machine so retro fit is really my own option at the moment , any ideas would be appreciated .


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