The award winning PM2000 table saw sets a new standard for innovation with an array of patented features and massive body design. It boasts the heaviest cast iron base in its class that virtually eliminates table vibration. The cast iron tables are oversized, and the push button arbor lock is accessible from above the table top to eliminate the need for dual arbor wrenches. The quick-release riving knife design helps reduce the chance of kickback. Adjustable angle indicators on the blade tilt scale for repeatable bevel cuts. Built-in retractable omni-directional caster system mobilizes your table saw. A wide stance, heavy-duty trunnion and concave teeth on the trunnion gears promote easier raising and tilting of saw blade. Poly-V drive belt system results in quieter, more efficient power transfer from the motor to the arbor with virtually no vibration and less heat build up. Built-in dust collection port with sloped cabinet floor and convenient access to the inside of the saw cabinet make for simple clean-up. The saw has a proprietary safety switch with magnetic interlock, and the stop button can be knee activated.Quick release riving knife greatly reduces binding/kickback risk Built-in retractable caster system (patent pending) for immediate shop mobility 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 cast iron base for rigidity Heavy-duty deluxe micro-adjust miter gauge with aluminum extruded 13" extension fence, for good workpiece support and fine angle adjustments. Precision ground, high luster, cast iron table top with front and rear edge bevel to prevent catching of miter gauge on table edge Heavy-duty chrome plated handwheels contribute to smooth trunnion/arbor movement Independent leaf blade guard and anti-kickback pawls promote safe cutting Industrial magnetic controls, and jumbo stop switch is reachable with the knee Built-in 4" port for dust collection Standard Equipment:TEFC Motor with magnetic controls Standard left and right cast iron extension wings Accu-Fence System with 50" to the right cutting capacity Melamine-surface extension table, legs and Rout-R-Lift Arbor wrench Motor cover Blade, power cord plug not included
Table Saw Stand for DW7453 Year Limited WarrantyIncludes:Hardware BagFeatures & Benefits:Folds flat for easy storage and transportHeavy-duty tube steel construction maximizes durability under loadIntegral support bar hardware holes secure the saw to the stand
Made of skid-resistant rubber with zinc plated housings, these heavy duty shop casters support a hefty 175 pounds and feature a self-lubricating bearing for long life and trouble free rolling. Excellent for use with saws, planers or other heavy shop equipment, each caster wheel is 3" in diameter with a tread width of 1-1/4". Available in swiveling and non-swiveling models - both styles do not have brakes.Technical DetailsZinc plated housing with skid-resistant rubber wheelSupports 175 lbsAvailable in swiveling and non-swiveling modelsWheel is 3" diameter x 1-1/4" tread widthMounting hardware not includedSold individually
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