Kendal Tools is your go-to supplier of top-quality cutting equipment in the UK, so if you’re looking for a bench or table saw, you’ve come to the right place.

A table saw is a powerful tool and – used for woodwork that requires a variety of precise cuts – a versatile choice for workshops and garages. A fixed blade protrudes out of the top of the table and the rigid base makes it easier to feed material towards it, allowing for a more accurate cut. Some machines come supplied with a sliding table for accurate cross cutting.

The depth of the cut is varied by adjusting the blade up and down. The higher the blade protrudes above the table, the deeper the cut will be in the material (i.e. sheet timber). The angle of the cut is also controlled by adjusting the blade using a hand wheel on the right – hand side of the blade.

A key difference between a workshop table saw and a bench saw is that the table saw rests on an integrated stand – giving you the flexibility to cut materials, without the need for extra workspace. In comparison, a bench saw is lighter and smaller – which in turn makes it more portable and easier to set up – although it generally needs to be placed on a base or bench for extra support.

Whether you’re looking for a small table saw or a powerful bench saw for sale, you’re sure to find what you need, here at Kendal Tools. We have a fantastic range at our disposal, including some of the best table saws in the UK! Simply browse the range below and find the perfect one for your workshop. Then add it to your basket and checkout online.

At Kendal Tools, we deliver bench saws UK wide with our fast, efficient service – meaning you could be reaping the benefit of precise cuts sooner than you think.

Can’t find the saw you need? Feel free to send an email to and we’ll do everything we can to source it for you or recommend a suitable alternative.

The Kendal Tools team is always on hand to help and we are more than happy to answer your questions regarding table and bench saws. So, drop us an email at or call 01539 733 774.

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Which table saw is the best?

The most suitable table saw for you depends on the type of project you’ll be working on, how much space you have in your workshop, and how much you can afford to spend. For example, if you do a lot of heavy-duty work, such as cutting large pieces of timber, you’re going to need a table saw with a powerful motor. Contractor table saws tend to have larger motors than benchtop saws and can handle a multitude of tasks. Alternatively, if your workshop is only small or you only need one for light-duty tasks, the last thing you want to do is opt for a table saw with a large footprint. Instead, go for a portable or benchtop model that can be easily moved around the room or used for mobile jobs, such as trimming branches and cutting lumber. If you’d like to know more about the different table saws we supply here at Kendal Tools, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We can even guide and advise you on the best table saw for your needs – taking into account your project requirements, space and budget.

Are saw benches expensive?

The cost of a saw bench (also known as a benchtop saw) can vary anywhere from a few hundred pounds to thousands of pounds – depending on the type, brand, size and features. Luckily, we stock a wide range of saw benches here at Kendal Tools and are confident we can offer something suitable for your budget. Be sure to browse our online collection in full and click through to find out more about the saw’s specifications. All our prices are inclusive of VAT, meaning you don’t need to worry about incurring any extra costs when you purchase a saw bench from us. To find out more about the cost of our benchtop saws, or for help choosing the right one for your budget requirements, give us a call on 01539 733 774. A member of our friendly team will happily assist.

Is it easy to adjust the blade height on a table saw?

Yes, once you know how, it’s easy to adjust the height of the blade on your table saw. To start, make sure that your table saw is switched off completely. It’s then a matter of spinning the wheel at the front in the direction you want the blade to go – usually anticlockwise to lower the blade to the table and clockwise to raise it. You may wish to use a combination square to make sure the blade is at the desired height for the task. However, as a general rule of thumb, the blade height should be no more than a tooth size above the cutting material to ensure a clean, safe cut. For more tips on using a benchtop saw safely, talk to our experts today.

How do I use a bench saw safely?

Much like any other large power tool, a bench saw can be dangerous if it’s not used correctly. That’s why you must always wear the appropriate safety gear (i.e. goggles and hearing protection). When using a bench saw, you need to make sure the blade is set at the appropriate height to protect your fingers if your hand slips. This should be no more than 6mm above the height of the piece you’re cutting. It is worth making a push stick to guide the wood through the blade, too. You also need to make sure that the tabletop is clear of any obstructions. And if you’re making long or deep cuts, support the workpiece to ensure it doesn’t fall off the back of the table or into the blade. To keep your bench saw in good working order and prevent build-up, it will need cleaning and lubricating regularly.