The blade runs on a fairly small pair of alloy wheels, though it isnít a problem to make it track properly and also to apply a fair amount of tension.
The upper blade guard is alloy and steel, and is held in position with a locking knob mounted on the back of the upper casing.
Itís fi tted with a fairly basic set of guides; the two side guides are simply small diameter steel rods and thereís a roller thrust bearing. However, all are easily adjusted and offer enough support when narrow blades are fi tted. An identical set of guides is mounted underneath the table.
The blade supplied with the machine was so poor that it veered off line wildly and threatened to destroy itself. However, once replaced, the Titan runs well and cuts remarkably accurately
Contact: Screwfix Direct
Value for money 4/5
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