Sawstop - 1.75 HP Professional Cabinet Saw with 36" Professional T-Glide Fence System PCS175-TGP236
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This kit includes the following items:
- T-Glide Pro 36" Rails
- Professional Series 36" Extension Table
- T-Glide Pro Fence
- PCS - Saw Body 1.75 HP
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Item 847462Model PCS31230-TGP236
Item 856291Model ICS31230-52
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Item 847463Model PCS31230-TGP252
Item 852094Model PCS31230-PFA30
Item 856293Model ICS51230-52
Item 840937Model CNS175-SFA30
Item 840938Model CNS175-TGP236
The SawStop 110V, 1-3/4 HP 10" Professional Cabinet Saw is engineered to fit the unique demands of the avid hobbyist in a home setting. Delivering the peerless fit and finish of the Professional Cabinet Saw, this saw’s 110V power and optimized footprint make it ideal for the many challenges of a home shop. With SawStop’s legendary safety system, uncompromising quality and industry-leading dust collection, the 110V Professional Cabinet Saw is engineered to be the cornerstone of a high-end home shop.
• SawStop’s patented safety system
• Riving knife reduces the risk of kickback
• Tool-free quick-change blade guard mount
• Diagnostic system ensures the saw is ready to respond
• Micro Blade Guard
• 36" Professional T-style fence system
• 1 3/4 HP motor 1-phase, 120V 14A
Table Saw Specifications:
Overall saw dimensions: 69-1/8" x 33" x 34"
Cabinet footprint: 19-3/8" x 19-3/8"
Cast-iron table: 20" w x 27" d
Cast-iron table size with extension wings: 44" w x 27" d
Motor: 1 3/4 HP, 1-phase, 110V, 14A
Weight: 408 lbs.
Blade: 40-tooth, professional grade, 5/8" arbor
Blade diameter: 10"
Blade tilt: left
Blade kerf: 0.118" (3mm)
Blade plate thickness: 0.078"
Max. depth of cut, blade at 0º: 3-1/8"
Max. depth of cut, blade at 45º: 2-1/4"
Max. rip, left of blade: 12"
Dado diameter: 8" (requires a separate brake cartridge and table insert)
Dado max. width: 13/16"
Arbor diameter at blade: 5/8"
Table in front of blade (max. elevation): 10-1/4"
Table behind blade (max. elevation): 7-1/2"
Table flatness measured diagonally: 0.010" maximum gap
Miter slots: T-shaped, 3/4" at top, 1" at bottom, 3/8" deep
Dust-collection port diameter: 4"
Riving knife/splitter thickness: 0.078" (2mm)
Blade guard: polycarbonate, extends only 5/8" to right of blade
Insert: zero clearance, steel core, ABS surfaces
Belts: 2 V-ribbed belts – arbor belt is static dissipative
Instructions / MSDS
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Best Table Saw
After reading the on line manual and seeing all the positive ways to adjust this saw to get perfect cuts I made my choice. After assembly and adjustment with a Woodcraft Woodworker II blade the miter slots were parallel to the blade with less than 0.001" run out. You don't loosen a fastener and hit it with a hammer type of adjustment it has positive jack screws everywhere. My first cuts with the supplied blade on some junk 5 ply plywood were very impressive, smooth ready to glue edge with no tear out. I've since made some cuts with the Woodworker II blade and what a blade it is so smooth of a cut even without a zero clearance insert. I'm a machinist and own a machine shop so I'm used to working with fine tolerances and this saw gives me the same fine tolerances as many of my metal working machines.
Excellent piece of machinery
I just completed assembling , calibrating, and have done test cuts on saw. A well made piece of machinery. The fit and finish is outstanding. I have assembled many pieces of machinery. The clarity and conciseness of the instructions is incredible!. The annotated parts packaging is the best ever seen. I put my machinist calibration equipment to this saw and was impressed with the tolerances out of the box. Only minimum adjustments were necessary. Fussed with fence parallelism and slight adjust to make fence square to table was it. Runs quiet and vibration free. The saw dust collection is also excellent. I got the industrial base, which makes it very easy to move the saw around.