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MARTIN T60 and T74 sliding table saw

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2010

All MARTIN T60 sliding table saws are engineered and built at the Martin plant in Germany and come with an overhead touch screen controller and other unique features. An easy to operate icon based software makes for a very short learning curve and takes all effort out of once complicated operations like double-mitre cuts, rebate and groove cuts. After touching the related icon, the monitor leads the operator through the necessary cutting operations while automatically calibrating for the stored tooling and taking the dimensions of the saw blade into account. The patented MARTIN scoring saw, for total adjustment by push buttons and a digital mitre cross cut table are only some of many unique options




The T 74 has a compound machine frame for optimum vibration damping, full cast iron machine tables and the durable, wear-free sliding table system that stood the test of time for over 45 years. All T 74 models come with an overhead touch-screen monitor, 3 to 5 axes control and with the latest CAN-bus technology!

The software offers easy, intuitive set-ups and programming, which takes the guess-work out of complicated cutting processes like rebates, double mitres and dovetails. This user friendly design not only speeds up work but also avoids mistakes and helps to increase work safety. With the T 74 Classic and the T 74 Automatic, the user can choose his level of automation. Unique accessories like the "RadioCompens" system for automatic wireless calibration of the length stop for mitre cuts offer a whole new level of user-friendliness. The color touch-screen control of the T 74 Automatic even allows storage of up to 1000 cutting programs and 100 tools!

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