"When i ordered the saw i was told that it will be delivered in 7 days and that the courier would contact me at least 24 hours before delivery to arrange a specific time. I didnt recieve a call from the courier and the saw arrived on the 4th day after ordering it, luckily someone was home to take it in. On opening the box the saw table was in several pieces, i removed all the pieces and searched in the user manual for how to put it all together, to my amazement and dissapointment there are no instructions on how to assemble the saw table. i had to use the picture on the front of the book as a reference to what it is supposed to look like and where all the bits should go. It wasnt difficult to assemble, just took a lot longer than it needed to because there were no instructions. The fence is crude in its construction and operation. The sliding fence (for crosscutting) is also crude in its construction and operation and doesnt slide very well. The table itself is quite crude considering other saws on the market there are raised blemishes on the table where the spot welds are. Performance of the saw is very good and i am pleased with it, i had been looking for a saw with a reasonable depth of cut (102mm) at a reasonable price for a long time and this is the only one i could find on the market. overall very happy with the saw just a few minor bits that could be addressed to make this good machine exceptional."
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Review 2 for Scheppach TISA 5.0 315mm Table Saw 240V
"The TISA 5 out of the box will only rough cut timber, the fence is absolute junk and the tin top is not flat. I am now looking for some decent MDF to make a new top, will fit the Axminster rip fence and this will allow me to have a mitre slot so I can use the Kreg mitre gauge and hopefully it will start cutting accurate cuts."