PM3000 14" Tablesaw, 7.5HP, 3PH w/ 50" Accu-Fence System
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- Quick release riving knife greatly reduces binding/kickback risk
- Push button arbor lock (patent pending) for rapid blade change
- Poly-V drive belt system delivers efficient, quiet operation
- Wide stance heavy-duty trunnion for stability and smooth blade positioning
- Adjustable angle indicators (patent pending) on the blade bevel scale for repeatable bevel cuts
- Industrial-duty Accu-Fence® System ensures accurate cuts
- Enclosed cabinet with wide footprint for stability
- Heavy-duty micro adjustable miter gauge with aluminum extruded fence, for good workpiece guidance and fine angle adjustments
- Precision ground high luster cast iron table top with front edge bevel prevents snagging of workpiece while positioning
- Heavy-duty chrome plated handwheels contribute to smooth trunnion/arbor movement
- Jumbo stop switch offers fast access to controls
- Built in 4" port for dust collection
- Standard Equipment:
- TEFC motor with magnetic controls
- Standard left and right cast iron table wings
- Accu-Fence® System with 50" to the right cutting capacity
- Extension table and legs
- Arbor wrench
- Motor cover
- Blade, power cord plug not included
- Arbor Diameter (in.) : 1
- Arbor Speed (RPM) : 3450
- Blade Diameter (in.) : 14
- Brand : Powermatic
- Distance Between Sliding Table and Blade (in.) : n.a.
- Dust Collection Adapter Port : n.a.
- Dust Collection Minimum CFM Required : 350
- Dust Port Diameter (OD/in.) : 4
- Height (in.): 42
- Length (in.): 84
- Maximum Depth of Cut (in.) : 5-1/8 at 90°
- Maximum Depth of Cut at 45 Degrees (in.) : 3-1/2
- Maximum Diameter of Dado (in.) : 12
- Maximum Rip Left of Blade (in.) : 14
- Maximum Rip Right of Blade (in.) : 50
- Maximum Width of Dado (in.) : 13/16
- Miter Gauge Type : Deluxe, micro adjustable with aluminum extruded fence
- Motor HP : 7.5HP
- Motor Phase : 3PH
- Motor Voltage : 230/460V*
- Net Weight : 750 pound
- Overall Dimensions : 84 x 53 x 42
- Part Number : 1720305K
- Prewired : Pre-wired 230V, *requires 460V mag switch
- Table Height (in.) : 35
- Table in Front of Saw Blade at Maximum Depth of Cut (in.) : 15-1/2
- Table Size with Standard Extension (L x W/in.) : 38 x 48
- Table Size without Extension (L x W/in.) : 38 x 26
- Table Size without Wings (L x W/in.) : 38 x 26
- Table Type : polished cast iron
- Width (in.): 53
- Shipping weight 820 lb.
Shipping / Billing Information
This product ships direct from the manufacturer:
- Your order will ship in 2-5 business days.
- This product is considered special order. Your account will be charged when you place your order.
- Express or overnight shipping is not available for this product.
- Ships by Ground to the 48 contiguous states. Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, PO Boxes, APOs, US Territories, Canada or other foreign countries.
All returns must be pre-approved. Any non-warranty returns must be unused and in original packaging. A 25% restock fee will apply. Customer pays return freight. Please call our Customer Service Dept. at 1-800-535-4482 with any return questions.
Because this item is purchased and shipped directly from the manufacturer, their warranty supersedes any offered by Woodcraft. Click here for Powermatic Warranty
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