Evolution Fury 5-S Table Saw: Ultimate Handyman Tool Review!

Evolution Fury 5-S Table Saw: Ultimate Handyman Tool Review!

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Youtube’s Ultimate Handyman gives a tool review to the Evolution Fury 5-S Table Saw. The Evolution Fury 5-S Table Saw is a table saw that can cut wood, metal or plastic all with the same blade.

This machine has a 10 inch blade or 255mm which enables it to cut material up to 70mm deep. You can easily cut aluminium or steel with the same blade that you use to cut wood or plastic making this a very versatile machine.

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FURY5-S 255mm

TCT Multipurpose Table Saw
Cuts Steel, Aluminium & Wood
With One Saw & One Blade!


Utilising patented professional RAGE® technology;
easily cuts steel, aluminium, wood (even wood with
nails) and plastic, using just one blade!
When cutting steel, it leaves an instantly workable
finish, producing no heat, no burr and virtually no sparks
– unlike alternative methods.


The multipurpose blade can be tilted left for bevel cutting
up to 45°. Plus the height of the blade is easily adjusted to
achieve a cutting depth of up to 85mm through wood.


Featuring a quick clamp, parallel rip fence with
measuring rail guide for accurate and assisted rip cutting.
A push stick is also provided for safer operation when
cutting smaller off cuts.


0° – 60° mitre gauge with anti-vibration clamp device
which safely and securely minimises movement in
material when cutting at a desired angle.


Before cutting wood a vacuum hose (not included) can be
connected to the dust extraction port; reducing sawdust
build up around the blade area. Providing a safer, cleaner
working environment.

Why would you buy a saw that only cuts wood?
When you can buy a FURY5-S® Multipurpose Saw.


  1. Michael Thomas Whitelock on June 27, 2023 at 2:03 pm

    what’s THE DIFFERENCE between the Fury 5 and the Fury 5 S ?

  2. Wood Wood on June 27, 2023 at 2:17 pm

    How bloody dangerous is this instruction video, If you are unsure about shop safety, check other posters regarding table saw safety before posting vid’s like this.
    How on earth can you think of using a mitre gauge WITH the fence.

    Have you never heard of kickback, if you insist on also using the fence, add a block (say 75mm) BEFORE the blade, move the fence the extra 75mm THEN you crosscut.
    The risk of jamming while using both is almost certain and almost certainly bloody .

    It reminds me of an old joke where a guy cuts his fingers off, on going to hospital the doctor says ‘no problem, I can sew them back on’ where are they?
    to which the patient replies, sorry Doc, I could not pick them up.

    I can not stress enough, if you publish videos using machinery such as this ‘do your research’ as less experienced people will think this is the way to to it.

  3. BrainFizz on June 27, 2023 at 2:20 pm

    At the risk of seeming like a troll, It’s never a good Idea to use the mitre gauge and the rip fence together. There’s a huge risk of the part getting caught between the blade and the fence which will launch it backwards towards the operator…..considering this is an "entry level" saw, that’s not a good thing to be showing. Particularly if your cutting plate steel/Aluminium.

  4. Paul Murphy on June 27, 2023 at 2:33 pm

    Can you use stacked dado blades on these saws