Felder K7 sliding table saw F/S $3500.00

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Forum topic by YusukeHeller posted 12-09-2016 09:09 PM 1325 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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12-09-2016 09:09 PM

Topic tags/keywords: sliding table saw table saw felder k7 felder

I’m looking to sell my Felder K7 Sliding table saw. It is a 1998 7.5hp 3phase 230v-440v unit.

It will take a 10” blade when using the scoring blade. If you are not using the scoring blade it will take a 12”. Saw will come with a brand new 12” 30 degree ATP blade ($165 felder blade for fine cross cutting of veneer plywoods) and a triple chip 10” blade w/ taper tooth scoring blade.

This saw is currently under power and can be looked at/tested. It weighs in somewhere around 1500lbs I believe. These older sliders still used a lot more cast iron in their construction. Very sturdy and dampens the vibration to the point that it isn’t noticeable. It is also extremely quite in operation. I couldn’t believe the difference between the 5hp Delta unisaw and the Felder. The saw also has an auto brake system to stop the blade when the blade is turned off.

The pictures show the rip fence without the cam handle. I have since replaced that from when these photos were taken (when I had just bought the saw). I am the second owner of this saw.

It has been a great first sliding table saw, but the time has come to make room for the new one. This saw improved my workmanship DRASTICALLY. The precision of the crosscuts was lightyears ahead of my crosscut fence on the Delta Unisaw. It literally allowed me to break down 4×8 3/4” veneered plywood panels by myself because of the work support on the cross carriage.

Asking $3500.00.

PM me if you’re interested.

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#1 posted 03-15-2017 04:52 AM

Do you still have the k7 for sale?

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