YOUR SPECIALIST FOR SLIDING TABLE SAWS
The world has Wilhelm Altendorf to thank for the sliding table saw. His invaluable invention, which first saw the light of day in 1906, enabled users to make a straight trim cut in a plank – an essential precursor to the 90° crosscut – for the first time. Woodworkers all over the world have been reaping the benefits of this remarkable invention ever since, with more than 150,000 Altendorf machines sold worldwide to date. Unsurprisingly perhaps, the intervening years have also seen the Altendorf name become synonymous with the sliding table saw.