Axminster Hobby Series TS-250M-2 Table Saw
Axminster Hobby Series TS-250M-2 Table Saw
£499.00 - £699.96 (£415.83 - £583.30 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Hobby Series TS-250M-2 Table Saw

  • Cast iron table with a ground surface with full length rip fence and mitre fence
  • Quiet, powerful, reliable braked induction motor for smooth performance
  • Supplied with 40 tooth Axcaliber TCT general purpose blade
  • Offers up to 76mm depth of cut at 90°
  • Smooth operating controls for blade tilt and depth setting
  • Available as a table saw only (with options available) or as a complete kit with options included
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£499.00 - £699.96 (£415.83 - £583.30 Ex. VAT)

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This table saw is a larger version of the TS-200-2 and shares the same attributes as its smaller cousin of quiet running, powerful performance and compact dimensions. Fitted with a 250mm 40T TCT Axcaliber blade, the TS-250M-2 has a maximum depth of cut of 76mm, making it a great option for larger home projects. Adequate power is supplied by a 1.5kW, 230V induction motor fitted with a brake. Both blade height and tilt controls operate smoothly and are conveniently placed with a simple lock to set the blade tilt. The heavy, cast iron table is ground flat to create a smooth top surface and the full length fence features a sub-fence which can be positioned for rip or crosscut work, or re-set for smaller cutting tasks. The fence can also be set more accurately using a fine width control.

The basic table saw can be bench mounted and is supplied with a rip fence, mitre fence together with dust extraction hoses. Owing to the small hose diameters, a vacuum extractor works best with this machine. The mitre fence can also be used either side of the blade which is very useful when making 45° left or right hand mitre cuts.

There’s a selection of optional extras; a leg stand which gives a table height of 880mm, a right hand extension table kit allowing an extra 600mm of width, as well as a sliding table kit with a cast iron carriage, complete with mitre fence, work clamp and a very useful 915mm of travel.

A complete kit version is also available that includes all of the above at a moderate cost saving.

With the ability to add a range of accessories to the TS-250M-2, this may be the only table saw a Hobby user requires.

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Blade Diameter 250 mm
Blade Tilt 0° to 45°
Bore Size 30 mm
Dust Extraction Outlet 100 mm
Max Depth of Cut @ 45deg 60 mm
Max Depth of Cut @ 90deg 76 mm
Max Width of Cut with Fence 200 mm std, 760 mm with R/H Table
Min Extraction Airflow Required 750 m³/hr
Model TS-250M-2 Basic
Nett Weight 80 kg
Overall L x W x H 1,030 mm x 680 mm x 560 mm (standard saw)
Power 1.5 kW
Rating Hobby
Table Height 360mm
Table Size 670 mm x 430 mm
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (28)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.7 out of 5 based on 28 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



25 May 2018

Could be better

Have been using this saw for about 6 months now, I bought the full setup with all the extras, for the most part everything does the job, you can set it up to be very accurate.
My main issue is with the blade guard and mounting system, it feels like whoever decided to design it this way has never changed a blade before, the holding mechanism is increadibly fiddly and I’m constantly dropping it into the air extraction. The blade guard or clearance plate is in two prices and neither are flush with the table bed, which caused wood to catch and gave me a fright the first time I used it, you’ll have to make your own or shim it flush.

Other then that it does the job and for the money I don’t think there is much competition with a sliding bed.

P.s. the forward fastening bolts for the adjustable fence could be placed further back As it doesn’t allow for pulling it back if using it as a reference for cross cutting with the sled.

John Holland

18 December 2017

A basically good tool with some severe letdowns

I got this saw for light use to replace an older Axminster saw, very noisy and of dubious accuracy, but good power, this seemed to overcome these problems. I like the cast iron top, the T-slot and the fairly solid fence. Dust extraction is a problem and needs modification to work effectively. After 2 years light use with softwood I had some 60mm beech to rip and it killed it, the blade spun but stopped under very light load. I dismantled it and found the drive belt has stretched. This is a very poor quality, and though Axminster are replacing it I would have little confidence in it and will seek out an alternative.
Trying to save a paltry few quid on this part seems very short sighted given the damage in reputation things like this cause.


14 July 2017

Cracking bit of kit

Having had the saw for just on a year now and used it extensively, not just a couple of times, to make wardrobes, window frames and replace a barn floor and roof, I am very pleased with the way it has handled all I have thrown at it.

Please be aware that if you remove the internal extraction assembly as the last reviewer this will also take away the motor/belt guard you have then exposed the belt to all the debris taken below the table by the blade, this will cause premature failure of the belt.

Luke Randall

14 June 2017

Why oh why did I waste my money

Please bare in mind most of the positive review are just after the saw has been bought. I have had this saw for a couple of years now (the previous version of this, same body different fence) I use it extremely occasionally, I am a site joiner and only work in the garage a hand full of time a year.

Firstly the internal extraction fowls when trying to tilt the blade over, so straight away that had to be pulled out. Then the first belt went (apparently a known problem) after a good few months one finally came through in the post. I fitted it (again a nightmare to do) and just yesterday that too has perished. I was ripping down some 4x2 softwood and the belt went after 2 lengths, with a slow feed rate and a thin kerf blade fitted.



22 March 2017


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