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VONROC TS501AC Table Saw Instruction Manual

VONROC TS501AC Table Saw


Read the enclosed safety warnings, the additional safety warnings and the instructions. Failure to follow the safety warnings and the instructions may result in electric shock, fi re and/or serious injury. Save the safe-ty warnings and the instructions for future reference.
The following symbols are used in the user manual or on the product:

  • Read the user manual.
  • Denotes risk of personal injury, loss of life or damage to the tool in case of non-obser-vance of the instructions in this manual.
  • Risk of electric shock.
  • Keep bystanders away.
  • Wear a dust protection.
  • Wear ear and eye protection.
  • Keep hands away from the cutting area while the power tool is running. Contact with the saw blade can lead to injuries.
  • Danger area! Keep hands, fi ngers or arms away from this area.
  • Class II machine – Double insulation – You don’t need any earthed plug.
  • The product is in accordance with the applicable safety standards in the European directives.

Take note of the dimensions of the saw blade. The hole diameter must fi t the tool spindle without play. If it is necessary to use reducers, ensure that the dimensions of the reducer are suitable for the base blade thickness and the saw blade hole diameter, as well as the tool spindle diameter.


WARNING! Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fi re and/or serious injury.

Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your mains-operated (corded) power tool or batte-ry-operated (cordless) power tool.

  1. Work area safety
    a) Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents.
    b) D o not operate power tools in explosive at-mospheres, such as in the presence of fl amma-ble liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
    c) K eep children and bystanders away while ope-rating a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control.
  2. Electrical safety
    a) P ower tool plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodifi ed plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of electric shock.
    b) A void body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces, such as pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of elec-tric shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
    c) D o not expose power tools to rain or wet condi-tions. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of electric shock.
    d) D o not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges
    or moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of electric shock.
    e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock.
  3. Personal safety
    a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power tool. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result in serious personal injury.
    b) U se personal protective equipment. Always wear eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce personal injuries.
    c) P revent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in the off-position before connecting to power source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or energising power tools that have the switch on invites accidents.
    d) R emove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in personal injury.
    e) D o not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables better control of the power tool in unexpected situations.
    f) D ress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewel-lery or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
    g) If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are connected and properly used. Use of dust collection can reduce dust related hazards.
    h) D o not let familiarity gained from frequent use of tools allow you to become complacent and ig-nore tool safety principles. A careless action can cause severe injury within a fraction of a second.
  4. Power tool use and care
    a) D o not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed.
    b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
    c) D isconnect the plug from the power source and/or the battery pack from the power tool be-fore making any adjustments, changing acces-sories, or storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.
    d) S tore idle power tools out of the reach of child-ren and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
    e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool’s operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools.
    f) K eep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly main-tained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to bind and are easier to control.
    g) U se the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc. in accordance with these instructions, taking into account the working conditions and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a hazardous situation.
    h) Keep handles and grasping surfaces dry, clean and free from oil and grease. Slippery handles and grasping surfaces do not allow for safe handling and control of the tool in unexpected situations.
  5. Battery tool use and care
    a) R echarge only with the charger specified by the manufacturer. A charger that is suitable for one type of battery pack may create a risk of fire when used with another battery pack.
    b) U se power tools only with specifically desig-nated battery packs. Use of any other battery packs may create a risk of injury and fire.
    c) When battery pack is not in use, keep it away from other metal objects, like paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws or other small metal objects that can make a connection from one terminal to another. Shorting the battery termi-nals together may cause burns or a fire.
    d) Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected from the battery; avoid contact. If contact acci-dentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid contacts eyes, additionally seek medical help. Liquid ejec-ted from the battery may cause irritation or burns.
    e) Do not use a battery pack or tool that is damaged or modified. Damaged or modified batteries may exhibit unpredictable behaviour resulting in fire, explosion or risk of injury.
    f) Do not expose a battery pack or tool to fire or excessive temperature. Exposure to fire or temperature above 130 °C may cause explo-sion. NOTE The temperature „130 °C“ can be replaced by the temperature „265 °F“.
    g) Follow all charging instructions and do not charge the battery pack or tool outside the temperature range specified in the instructi-ons. Charging improperly or at temperatures outside the specified range may damage the battery and increase the risk of fire.
  6. Service
    a) Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained.
    b) Never service damaged battery packs. Service of battery packs should only be performed by the manufacturer or authorized service providers.


When using electric tools to protect against electric shock, injury and fire the following basic safety measures must be observed. Make sure to read all of these instructions before you use this power tool, keep the safety booklet and preserve it well for later reference.

  1. Always keep your workplace clean and tidy.
    An untidy workplace can lead to unwanted accidents.
  2. Consider environmental influences.
    • Do not expose the power tool to rain.
    • Do not use the power tool in a damp or wet environment.
    • Make sure that your working space has sufficient lighting.
    • Do not use the power tool in areas where there is a fire or explosive hazard.
  3. To protect yourself from an electric shock.
    • Avoid body contact with grounded parts (e.g. pipes, radiators, electric stoves, refrigerators etc.).
  4. Keep other people away
    • Keep other people away especially children, do not let them touch your power tool or cable and keep the children away from your working area.
  5. Store the unused power tools safely.
    • Unused power tools should be locked up or stored in a place that is dry and out of reach of children.
  6. Do not overload your power tool.
    • You work better and safer in the specified power range.
  7. Use the correct power tool.
    • Do not use low-power machines for heavy work
    • Do not use the power tool for purposes that they are not intended for. For example you cannot cut tree limbs or a log of wood using a hand
  8. Wear suitable clothing.
    • Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry; they can be caught in the moving parts.
    • When working outdoors non-skid footwear is recommended.
    • For long hair, wear a hairnet.
  9. Use protective equipment.
    • Wear protective goggles
    • When doing work that generates dust, use a breathing mask.
  10. Connect the vacuum device
    • If connection to the vacuum and catcher are available then you know that these are connected and properly used.
  11. Unplug the power tool from the power outlet.
    • When you are not using the power tool, when you conduct maintenance and when you change your tools such as blades, drills and cutters.
  12. Do not leave the key inside the tool.
    • Before switching it on, make sure that keys and setup tools have been cleared
  13. Avoid unintentionally switching the power tool on.
    • Verify that while connecting the plug into the socket that the power is off.
  14. Use the extension cables while outdoors.
    • When using the power tool outdoors make sure to use the appropriate and approved labeled extension cable.


  1. When using the saw blades with hard metal teeth (Carbon tipped) it is advisable to use bla-des with a negative or slightly positive cutting angle. Do not use any saw blades with deeply cut teeth. They can grip the protective cap.
  2. Attention: First carefully assemble all the parts before starting work. Follow the procedure as indicated.
  3. If you are not familiar with using such a machi-ne, you would be better to be informed first by a professional, an instructor or by a technician.
  4. Always clamp or press the workpiece firmly against the saw guide, before you carry out the process. The use of all possible clamping set-ups is preferable to using your hands.
  5. Important: If you are holding the workpiece by hand for the process to be carried out, keep a mi-nimum distance of 100 mm from the saw blade.
  6. Always press the workpiece against the bench.
  7. Keep the saw blade sharp and check regular-ly whether it rotates freely without abnormal vibrations. Replace the saw blade if necessary.
  8. Allow the machine to rotate freely until it reaches the maximum number of revolutions, before you start the process.
  9. Maintain the air inlets at the back and the bottom of the bench saw machine and electric motor for a longer machine life. Dust piles must be removed.
  10. Always lock the different degree set-ups before you start processing.
  11. Only buy suitable saw blades with a number of re-volutions of at least 6000 revolutions per minute.
  12. Only use the correct saw blade. Too small or too big saw blades are extremely dangerous.
  13. Regularly inspect the saw blade for any faults. Replace the saw blade if necessary.
  14. Grease the new saw blade and clean the flan-ges before you assemble the new blade. Then assemble the blade in the correct direction and pull the flanges firmly using the central bolt.
  15. Only use original flanges. All other types are not suitable.
  16. Never work without the protective cap of the saw blade.
  17. The moving part of the protective cap must also remain assembled.
  18. Never grease the saw blade while it is rotating.
  19. Always keep your hands removed from the track of the saw blades.
  20. Never pick up the workpiece by grasping with your hands along or behind the saw blade.
  21. Ensure that the workpiece never touches the saw blade before the machine has been switched on.
  22. Never process metal or stone sorts with this machine.
  23. Use support aids in order to support long work-pieces.
  24. Never use the machine in a dangerous environ-ment, where inflammable gases or fluids are present.
  25. Never leave the machine unattended without first disconnecting it from the mains voltage.
  26. If you hear abnormal noises, try to trace them or take the machine to a recognized fitter, or repair company.
  27. If a part is broken or damaged, replace it or repair it immediately.
  28. Never stand in the track of the saw blade but stand to the left or the right of the saw bench.
  29. Your hands must likewise be placed next to the track of the saw blade.
  30. Always use the push stick instead of your hands to push the wood through the saw.
  31. Always place the wood at the front of the saw bench and then push it further back.
  32. For mitring only the adjustable guide must be used and the fence must be removed.
  33. Never use the fence as a linear measure for cutting off beams.
  34. If the saw blade is locked: first switch off the machine before you attend to the fault.
  35. Avoid workpieces hitting back in your direction by taking the following measures:
    • Always use sharp saw blades.
    • Do not saw too small workpieces.
    • Never release the workpiece before it has been completely pushed through the saw.
    • Always adjust the guide parallel to the saw blade.
    • Never remove the saw protection.
  36. Before you continue sawing, ensure that you are standing firmly and that your hands are in the required position.
  37. Never use thinners to clean the machine. Only use a damp cloth for cleaning.
  38. Do not use saw blades which are damaged or deformed.
  39. Replace table insert when worn.
  40. Only use saw blades specified by the manufac-turer that are intended for working with wood or similar materials according to EN847-1.
  41. Take care that the selection of the saw blade depends on the material to be cut.
  42. Connect tabelsaws to a dust-collecting device when sawing.
  43. Use and correct adjustment of the riving knife
  44. Use and correct adjustment of the upper saw blade quard.
  45. Take care when slotting.

Make sure, when changing the saw blade, the blade width is not smaller and the main blade thickness of the saw blade is not greater than the thickness of the riving knife.
Wear personal protective equipment, these could include:

  • Hearing protection to reduce the risk of hearing loss
  • Eye protection
  • Inhale respiratory protection to reduce the risk of harmful dust
  • Gloves when handling the blades and rough materials (recommendation, saw blades, are whenever practicable, carried in a container)

Switch off the machine immediately when you discover:

  • A defective mains plug or mains lead.
  • A defective switch.
  • Overheating of the machine.
  • Smoke or odeur caused by scorched insulation.

Electrical safety

Always check that the voltage of the power supply corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate.

  • Do not use the machine if the mains cable or the mains plug is damaged.
  • Only use extension cables that are suitable for the power rating of the machine with a minimum thickness of 1.5 mm2. If you use an extension cable reel, always fully unroll the cable.

Power supply

The motor is fitted with an overload switch. If the table saw overloads, the overload switch switches the equipment off automatically to protect the table saw from overheating. If the overload switch triggers, switch off the table saw using the ON/OFF switch (8) and wait until the table saw cools down. Then press the ON/OFF switch (8) and restart the table saw.


Intended use
This power tool is intended as a stationary machine for making straight lengthways and crossways cuts in hard and soft wood free from foreign bodies such as nails, screws and mortar.

Model No. TS501AC
Voltage 220-240V~
Frequency 50 Hz
Power input 1500W
No load speed 5000/min
Bevel angles 0° <> +45°
Sawblade specifications: Diameter

Base blade thickness Width of cut

Bore diameter

Number of teeth

Ø 210 mm

1.8 mm

2.8 mm Ø 30 mm 40T

Max. workpiece height 90º 70 mm
Max. workpiece height 45º 45 mm
Thickness of the riving knife 2.0 mm
Weight 14.5 kg
Lpa (sound pressure level) 99.6 +3 dB(A)
Lwa (sound power level) 112.6 +3 dB(A)
Vibration value <2.5 m/s2

Vibration level
The vibration emission level stated in this instruc-tion manual has been measured in accordance with a standardised test given in EN 60745; it may be used to compare one tool with another and as a preliminary assessment of exposure to vibration when using the tool for the applications mentioned

  • using the tool for different applications, or with different or poorly maintained accessories, may significantly increase the exposure level.
  • the times when the tool is switched off or when it is running but not actually doing the job, may significantly reduce the exposure level.

Protect yourself against the effects of vibration by maintaining the tool and its accessories, keeping your hands warm, and organizing your work patterns


The numbers in the text refer to the diagrams on page 2-6.

  1. Saw table with two rulers
  2. 2A. Parallel guide
    2B. Guide extension
    2C. Wing nuts
  3. Extensions (2 pcs)
  4. Dust extraction
  5. Guard
  6. Mitre guide
  7. Push stick
  8. On/off switch
  9. 2 in 1 adjustment handle
  10. Locking knob
  11. Electric plug
  12. Ruler sawblade angle
  13. Extension support (4 pcs)
  14. Wrenches (2 pcs)
  15. Legs (4 pcs)
  16. Long bolts with nuts (8 pcs)
  17. Small bolts with nuts for extensions (8 pcs)
  18. Dust extraction connection
  19. Sawblade guard knob
  20. Riving knife
  21. Saw table inlay
  22. A Cross strut long (2 pcs) B. Cross strut short (2 pcs)
  23. Rubber feet (4 pcs)
  24. Additional legs (2 pcs)
  25. Small bolts with nuts for cross strut (16 pcs)
  26. Small bolts with nuts for additional legs (4 pcs)
  27. Connection vacuum cleaner
  28. Fixing screw
  29. Carriage-type bolts with nuts
  30. Holder clips


Assembly of the undercarriage (Fig A4)

  • Put the machine upside down. Put a piece of cardboard underneath, so you don’t damage the subsurface.
  • Mount the legs (15) (4 pcs) with one extension support (13) (4 pcs) per leg on the four corners of the body, and use longer bolts (16) with nuts (2 pcs per leg) (Fig.B1)
  • Make sure the extension supports (13) are mounted in the same way as shown in Fig.B1
  • Mount Cross strut long (22A) (2 pcs) between the legs on the front and backside of the machine. Use small bolts (25) with nuts (8 pcs).
  • Mount Cross strut short (22B) (2 pcs) between the legs on both sides of the machine. Use small bolts (25) with nuts (8 pcs).
  • Place the rubber feet (23) (4 pcs)
  • Mount the additional legs (24) (2 pcs) on the backside of the machine, use small bolts (26) with nuts (4 pcs)

Assembly of the extensions (Fig B1)
The machine is still upside down

  • Mount the extensions (3) (2 pcs) to the table, and use small bolts (17) with nuts (4 pcs).
  • Mount the extensions support (13) to the ex tensions (3), use small bolts (17) with nuts (4 pcs)
  • Turn the machine back on its feet. Make sure the extensions are leveled with the table, by using the slots in the extension supports.

Assembly of the riving knife (Fig A4, C)

  • Remove the inlay (21) from the table, by using a screwdriver (Fig.G1).
  • Loosen the fixing screw (28)(Fig.C1)
  • Raise the riving knife until the depth between the saw table and the upper edge of the riving knife equals approx. 110mm (Fig.C2)
  • The distance between the riving knife and the toothed rim of the saw blade must be between 3 and 5 mm (Fig.C3).
  • The tip of the riving knife shall not be lower than 5 mm from the tooth peak, as shown in Fig.C3.

Attachment of the guard (Fig C4)

  • Turn the sawblade completely upwards (instructions for height adjustment see chapter 4).
  • Pull the knob (19) of the guard (5) and place it over the riving knife (20) while pulling the knob.
  • Release the knob and make sure the pin slides in the hole.
  • Secure the guard by tightening the knob.

Assembly of the dust extraction (Fig. D)

  • Assemble dust extraction like shown on Fig.D
  • Attach the vacuum cleaner to the vacuum cleaner connection (27)(Fig.D)

Attachment of the parallel guide (Fig E)

  • Attach the parallel guide (2A) on the right side off the saw blade on the table.
  • Lock the guide down by pushing down the handle (Fig.E)

Attachment of the parralel guide holder (Fig. I)
The parallel guide can be stored using the holder clips (30). Mount the holder clips (30) using carriage-type bolts with nuts (29). The holders can be mounted as shown in Fig I1 or as shown in Fig I2.

Assemble or change the saw blade (Fig G)

First remove the plug from the mains before the saw blade is assembled or replaced.

 The arrow marked on the saw blade, which indicates the direction of rotation, must point in the same direction as the arrow marked on the machine, the saw blade teeth must point downwards on the front of the saw.

  • Remove the inlay (21) from the table, by using a screwdriver. Fig.G1
  • Turn the saw blade completely upwards. (Instructions for height adjustment see chapter 4)
  • Loosen the nut with the wrenches (14) (Fig.G2)
  • Remove the nut and the outside flange from the sawblade axle. (Fig.G3)
  • Slide the old saw blade over the saw blade axle and put on a new saw blade
  • Put the outside flange back on add the nut.
  • Tighten the nut by using the wrenches.
  • Put the inlay back in the table and tighten the screw.


Switching on/off (Fig A1)

  • Press the switch into position ‘1’ to put your machine into operation.
  • To switch off the machine the same switch needs to be pressed to position ‘0’
  • Always keep the mains cable away from moving parts.

Using the 2 in 1 handle, Adjust the angle and height of the saw blade (Fig A2)
Using the height adjustment

  • Turn the handle (9) clockwise to raise the saw blade.
  • Turn the handle counterclockwise to lower the saw blade.
  • Make sure the saw blade is always approximately 2 mm higher than the total thickness of the material to be sawn.

Using the angle adjustment (Fig G4)

  • Slightly loosen the knob(10)
  • Press the handle(9) towards the machine and turn counterclockwise to adjust the saw blade in its angle.
  • Fasten the knob(10)

Using the parallel guide (Fig A1, E, J1, J2)
The parallel guide (2A) is equipped with a guide extension (2B). The guide extension can be used in two different ways, depending on the thickness of the wood.
For thicker wood, the guide extension (2B) should be mounted as shown in figure J1.
For thinner wood, the guide extension (2B) should be mounted as shown in figure J2.

  • Unlock the guide down by pushing the handle upwards (Fig.E)
  • Slightly loosen the wing nuts (2C)
  • Remove the guide extension (2B) from the parallel guide (2A) by sliding it away from the parallel guide
  • Turn the guide extension to the desired position and slide it back onto the parallel guide
  • Tighten the wing nuts (2C)

Working instructions
There are two types of sawing methods:

  • Lengthwise sawing (Fig.H1)
    S awing the workpiece in the length of the wood grain
  • Cross-cutting or cutting off, use the miter guide (Fig.H2)
    Sawing off the workpiece crosswise

Attention! Before you start sawing, first check the following:

  1. Is the saw blade secured?
  2. Are all the locking handles secured?
  3. Is the fence parallel to the saw blade?
  4. Is the protective cap working properly?
  5. Are you wearing safety goggles?
  6. Is the saw blade not rubbing against anything?

Remain at least 3 cm. from the front of the saw blade before you switch on the motor. The side of the wood which is against the fence must be completely straight. Keep your hands at least 10 cm away from the saw track to be followed.

  • Switch on the motor and wait until the saw blade has reached the maximum number of revolutions before you start sawing
  • While you press the wood against the bench and the fence, you can carefully push the wood through the saw blade without forcing it.
  • Never pull the workpiece backward. If necessary, switch off the motor first without altering the position of the workpiece.

Take all the necessary safety measures and continually push the workpiece through (until behind the saw blade) using a push stick instead of by hand.
Crosswise sawing

  • Remove the fence and apply the cross-cut fence in the righthand carriage.
  • Adjust the height of the saw blade (see length-wise sawing).
  • Press the workpiece against the cross-cut fence and keep at least 2,5 cm distance from the front of the saw blade.
  • Switch on the motor and wait until the maximum number of revolutions has been reached.
  • Press the workpiece against the fence and the bench. Carefully push the wood through the saw blade. Continue until behind the saw blade. Then switch off the motor and keep this positi-on until the saw blade has stopped completely before you remove the wood.
  • Never pull the wood back. If necessary, switch the motor off and keep the position until the saw blade has stopped completely.

Crosswise sawing with a horizontal mitre
With this method the cross-cut fence must be secured at the angle required. Keep the workpiece pressed firmly against the crosscut fence and the bench before you start cutting off.
Transporting the table saw
Before transporting the bench saw, the following steps must be carried out:

  • Pull the mains plug
  • Turn the hand-wheel (9) (Fig. A2) in an anticlockwise direction, and lower the blade as much as possible
  • Remove all accessories that cannot be mounted firmly to the power tool


Before cleaning and maintenance, always switch off the machine and remove the mains plug from the mains.

Clean the machine casings regularly with a soft cloth, preferably after each use. Make sure that the ventilation openings are free of dust and dirt. Re-move very persistent dirt using a soft cloth moistened with soapsuds. Do not use any solvents such as gasoline, alcohol, ammonia, etc. Chemicals such as these will damage the synthetic components.


Faulty and/or discarded electrical or electronic apparatus have to be collected at the appropriate recycling locations.

Only for EC countries
Do not dispose of power tools into domestic waste. According to the European Guideline 2012/19/EU for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and its implementation into national right, power tools that are no longer usable must be collected separately and disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.

VONROC products are developed to the highest qua-lity standards and are guaranteed free of defects in both materials and workmanship for the period lawfully stipulated starting from the date of original purchase. Should the product develop any failure during this period due to defective material and/or workmanship then contact your VONROC directly.
The following circumstances are excluded from this guarantee:

  • Repairs and or alterations have been made or attempted to the machine by unauthorized service centers;
  • Normal wear and tear;
  • The tool has been abused, misused or improperly maintained;
  • Non-original spare parts have been used.

This constitutes the sole warranty made by the company either expressed or implied. There are no other warranties expressed or implied which extend beyond the face hereof, herein, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall VONROC be liable for any incidental or consequential damages. The dealer’s remedies shall be limited to repair or replacement of nonconforming units or parts.
The product and the user manual are subject to change. Specifications can be changed without further notice.


Documents / Resources

VONROC TS501AC Table Saw [pdf] Instruction Manual
TS501AC, Table Saw, TS501AC Table Saw



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