The WA6 is the introductory level panel saw machine in three phase from Altendorf, available with three sliding table length sizes: 1600mm, 2000mm, and 2600mm.
We stock the WA6 with a 2600mm sliding table, so it is available for quick delivery.
What to do when one has little space, plus a limited budget, but quality must still be maintained? When these requirements must be met, the Altendorf WA 6 sliding table saw is the woodworking machine for you. The WA6 is the smallest Altendorf there is. But in spite of its smaller dimensions, its considerable abilities are impressive: with its powerful range of equipment, it stands out even in the smallest space. It is outstanding for its cut quality and its flexibility in everyday use, and just as outstanding is the price. So what else is there to be concerned about?
Altendorf – the world market leader in professional sliding table saws. The Altendorf WA6 panel saw is a quality sliding table saw for professional demands. Since the establishment of the company and the invention of the sliding table saw by Wilhelm Altendorf in 1906, Altendorf has been a synonym throughout the world for this type of machine. Altendorf has for decades been the unchallenged world market leader, and has now sold well over 120,000 sliding table saws in more than 120 countries around the globe. Altendorf manufactures at two production sites, in Minden, Germany, and in Qinhuangdao, China, using the latest technology and the highest standards.
|Sliding table length 1600mm, 2000mm, 2600mm - cutting lengths:||1500mm, 1850mm, 2500mm|
|Motor rating||4 kW (5.5 HP)|
|Scoring unit:||0.37 kW (0.5 HP)|
|Saw blade diameter (saw blade drops down completely below the table level)||max. 315 mm|
|Cutting depth||max. 87 mm, at 45° max. 60 mm|
|Cutting width on the rip fence||1000 mm|
|Height adjustment:||manual with hand wheel|
|Tilt adjustment:||manual with hand wheel 0 – 45°|
|Crosscut-mitre fence,||stops to 2600 mm|
|Two extraction sockets,||top 49 mm, bottom 89 mm|
|Machine weight||450 kg|
|Table height||910 mm|