Bench top woodworking bandsaw, light enough to move off the bench after use.
- Precision Ground Cast Iron Table
- Quick Lock Fence
- Quiet Induction Motor
- Crosscutting Mitre Guide Included
- 3” Cutting Depth
- 8″ Cutting Width (Throat)
- Supplied with a High Quality Blade
A compact sized yet accurate cutting woodworking bandsaw with a durable precision ground cast iron tilting table, including a T-slot mitre fence channel. The quick release fence locks onto both front and rear of the table to provide a straight guide for ripping whilst the sliding mitre fence is adjustable for crosscutting at any angle. The blade guard can be adjusted using just one hand with the hand wheel located at the rear of the machine. A great feature on this small bandsaw is the easy access to the blade guides and rear thrust bearing which controls the bandsaw blade during the cut and keeps it cutting in a straight line. A durable powder coated paint finish will keep it looking good in your workshop for many years.
Our W711 woodworking bandsaw is supplied with rip fence, sliding crosscut mitre fence adjustable 60 degrees each way, 1/4″ British made blade, NVR switch, 40mm diameter extraction outlet, 1.7m power cable and UK 3 pin plug. Use 100/35RC to convert the dust outlet to 100mm diameter.
This Bandsaw is fitted with a High Quality, British manufactured blade with precision ground teeth for incredible cutting results.
Charnwood W711 Specification
|Maximum cutting depth
|Max. cutting width with fence
||95mm Left / 95mm Right
||300mm x 270mm
|Mitre Guide T-Slot
||9mm / 14mm
|Assembly Time Required
||440mm x 400mm x 700mm
The primary use of this bandsaw is for woodworking and the blade supplied is suitable for cutting both hard and soft woods. It is possible to use this bandsaw for cutting metal but only with the correct blade fitted. (not supplied)
John Guy –
this band saw is the best thing since sliced bread, it does everything it says on the tin, as you can see i am well pleased with my new band saw.
Philip Hayton –
I love it. I had a few slight problems initially. The table is of a different design to the one in the instructions, but it was fairly straight forward to mount, ( once I got the paint out of the mounting bolt holes), so I worked that one out. The back of the blade almost touches the plastic insert in the table when at rest, so touches it when in use. Even with the bearing stop adjusted out to it’s maximum. I can’t seem to adjust this out. It seem that the table should mount slightly further to the right. Perhaps flat washers under the tilt mechanism mounting may solve the issue. Not tried that yet. In use the saw is great and used correctly can produce work as shown in the Charnwood video. If you want a band saw at a good price, to use in your home workshop, don’t let the minor issues put you off. At the price it’s worth every penny.
Arnold Rowlinson –
It’s a nice machine. The table mounting instructions are for an earlier model but fitting the table is pretty straight forward. With the blade correctly set the back of the blade cuts into the table insert both in use and at rest, but I don’t see this as a problem.