Metabo KGT501 flip over saw specifications

Metabo KGT501 flip over saw or flipper saw

Metabo KGT501

Metabo KGT501 10″ Crosscut Mitre and Table Saw

I thought that I would include the specifications for this little known flip over saw from Metabo.

Main Features

  • The Metabo KGT501 10″ Crosscut Mitre and Table Saw 240V changes over from crosscut mitre saw to table saw in a few seconds.
  • The KGT501 has a torsion-resistant design giving good quality cutting in three modes, crosscut, mitre and table saw.
  • Every angle setting can be used without clashing with the saw bed in any way.
  • Powerful induction motor runs quiet, has an electronic motor brake and is maintenance-free.
  • Mitre scales enable infinitely variable angle adjustment and fine-adjustable locks at 90° and 45°
  • Frame and legs are sturdy and made from precise cast aluminium.
  • The stand is integral with folding legs for problem-free work on the ground.
  • Includes sturdy parallel stop.


  • Dimensions L x W x H 620 x 663 x 878 mm.
  • Height without stand 457 mm.
  • Support surface 500 x 520 mm.
  • Cutting width – cross cutting mode 90/45° 210 mm/154 mm.
  • Cutting depth – cross cutting mode 90/45° 60 mm/45 mm.
  • Cutting height – table mode 90° 81 mm.
  • Cutting height – table mode 45° 54 mm.
  • No-load speed 3.620 /min.
  • Rated load speed 3.200 /min.
  • Cutting speed (maximum) 42 m/s.
  • Saw blade Ø 250 x 30 mm.

Adjustment options

  • Turntable left (maximum) 45°.
  • Turntable right (maximum) 45°.
  • Saw blade swivel range 0 – 45°.


Mains voltage 230V.

Rated input power 2 kW.

Output power 1,5 kW.

Motor protection Circuit breakers.


(including stand) 45 kg

Thats it, as always, if you have one of these saws, please leave a comment or email me and let me know how you get on with it. Good or bad!

Stay well

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