Adaptive Cutting System Project Table Kit
Take your project-building skills to the next level with the cutting system that adapts to your needs—the Kreg Adaptive Cutting System. The Project Table takes the Adaptive Cutting System to unparalleled levels of versatility, precision, safety, and portability by creating a compact...
This kit includes the following items:
- Adaptive Cutting System Project Table Top
- Adaptive Cutting System Project Table Base
Take your project-building skills to the next level with the cutting system that adapts to your needs—the Kreg Adaptive Cutting System.
The Project Table takes the Adaptive Cutting System to unparalleled levels of versatility, precision, safety, and portability by creating a compact cutting center that allows you to rip, crosscut, miter, bevel, cut angles, and more in plywood and solid wood—all in one location with one tool. KREG Plunge Saw and Guide Track are not included.
- Project Table offers a versatile surface to create an all-in-one cutting center
- Precision machined holes position included work piece stops for exact cuts
- Integrated measuring scales and Repetitive Stops for repeatable accuracy
- Rigid legs with adjustable levelers fold for storage
- Unique kick-stand limits foot-print to store vertically
- Base Material: Steel and composite
- Top Material: MDF and aluminum
- Table Length: 55''
- Table Width: 29-3/4''
- (1) Kreg ACS Project Table Top
- (1) Kreg ACS Project Table Base
- (2) Track Hinges and Mounting Plates
- (4) Versa-Stops
- (2) Material Stops
- (1) Joining Bar to connect Material Stops
- (1) Protractor Miter Guide
- (1) 48'' Extension Stop
- (2) Primary Rulers
- (2) Secondary Rulers
- (1) Owner's Manual
- Designed for use with the Kreg's ACS Plunge Saw and Guide Track #166332 (sold separately).
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I watched a copious number of videos of this compared to the Festool MFT and at the end of the day couldn’t find a reason to spend the extra money on the MFT. And so, since I already own the Kreg track saw (which I love), I purchased this ACS table system. I build mostly cabinets for myself and other house projects but mostly use the saw to break down sheet goods which is what I hoped to use the table for. Well I found out the hard way today that this ACS table is ONLY designed to run the track saw on the table in its position on the hinged track assembly, and that’s it. In other words don’t be a dummy like me thinking this table is designed like the MFT where you can place the work piece anywhere on the table, set the depth stop of the saw and run it down the track (using the MDF tabletop as sacrificial material) even when not on the hinged track position…or you cut a groove right in the t-track in the table. With the MFT you can do that, and I’ve seen lots of sacrificial cuts in random places in the one at my local Woodcraft store. I had hoped to use this ACS the same way but won’t be able to unless I remove the t-tracks (trash). I’ve now noticed that the MFT table sits a good bit higher than it’s aluminum frame and I wonder if that’s so the blade depth will clear it when passing over. The ACS is designed much more flush with its frame. If I can’t rip down larger stock as well as small pieces of wood then this table is nearly useless for me and I’d rather go back to cutting on foam board on my garage floor. I’m disappointed to say the least. Yes I should have common sense about not cutting the t-track (I very cautiously set my depth stop on the saw), but you don’t realize this until you’ve spent two hours assembling the table and the packaging is in 100 pieces. That, and nowhere in the instructions does it explain that the system was only meant to be used with the track in its position on the hinge and no place else. If I’m misunderstanding something about this system someone please let me know. I’ll be reaching out to Kreg for guidance too.