One cut through a thick piece of hard maple is all it takes to feel the massive power of the SawStop Industrial Cabinet Saw. That said, it's amazing to think that it literally wouldn't harm a hot dog, or your finger, if the worst were to happen. With the utmost in precision and heavy-duty construction, plus the revolutionary safety feature that's made SawStop famous and a dust collection system that's second-to-none, it is, simply put, the finest SawStop table saw ever made. It offers the widest range of motor and power options on the market, including an available 7.5hp motor. No other production 10'' cabinet saw offers that much power! Standard Features: SawStop feature automatically stops and retracts the blade on contact with skinLow profile blade guard collects above table dust and minimizes blade exposureMake fast and easy transitions between blade guard and riving knife with no tools requiredZero-clearance insert has quick-release mechanism for tool-free access to the saw cavity99% Efficient Dust Collection: Advanced control of over-and-under table airflow captures dust at the blade and directs it out of the sawT-Glide rail system and widely spaced glide plates provide smooth travel along the length of the tablePremium craftsmanship and rigorous engineering combine to create a saw you'll love to usePrecision alignment system lets you adjust the blade and table alignment with precision not found on other saws Industrial Cabinet Saw vs. Professional Cabinet Saw: 200+ more pounds of iron and steel for maximum stability and precisionThicker cast iron table absorbs even more vibrationDeeper table (30'' vs 27'') provides about 2-1/2'' more room in front of the bladeThicker gauge steel in the cabinet, rails, tube and fenceLarger, deeper fence tracks smooth and locks down solid with absolutely no deflectionMassive cast iron trunnion delivers smooth, precise operation year after yearBigger hand wheels for easy adjustmentsLarger metal motor access door for quick accessSecond access door for easy maintenanceIndustrial lock-out/tag-out switchInterrupt switches on all access doors disable saw when opened5-year motor warranty
Three varieties of 1-3/8" end cut blades for cutting a wide range of materials with your multi-tool. Use the Wood/Metal blades for cutting wood, plastic, fiberglass, nails, non-ferrous metals, thin sheet metal, and hardened fillers, the Standard Wood blades for wood, plastic and drywall, and the Precision Wood blades for fine cutting of wood and soft plastics. Great for plunge cutting, shimming and precision cuts. Stepped profile allows the blade to cut flush with the surrounding surface. Designed for use with Rockwell Sonicrafter Multi-Tools RK5139K (46768) and RK5140K (48783). Universal Fit System also allows it to be used with almost any other multi-tool. Also available in packs of 3 (see below).Technical Details:1-3/8" end cut saw blade allows flush cuts, plunge cuts and precision cuts in a variety of materials.Capable of plunge cuts up to 1-5/8" deep.Stepped profile allows cuts flush to the surrounding surface.Use with Rockwell Sonicrafter Multi-Tools RK5139K (46768) and RK5140K (48783).Universal fit system adapts to fit other multi-tool brands.
The new Universal Fence Stop from FastCap minimizes moving parts and adjustments for a simpler, more durable and more versatile design. Instead of complicated threaded adjusters, the Universal Fence Stop uses a single sacrificial board as the stop. Just set the indicator to zero and cut through the board to calibrate the stop. If after a blade change you need to recalibrate, it is just as easy. Simply zip out the screw, nudge the board toward the blade, drive the screw back in and cut through the board. As if that weren't enough, the stop is also universal and can be used on either side of the saw blade with all the same benefits. Use on the left or right side of the bladeStop flips up when not needed, then back down without losing your measurementFast, easy, incredibly accurate calibrationSince the stop extends onto the base of your saw, you can easily cut short lengths without having to use an extenderFor use with FastCap Best Fence Extrusions (sold separately)
Marc Adams shares his knowledge and decades of experience in Tablesaw Techniques, an instructional video in the Fine Woodworking Workshop Series. Skill and safety go hand-in-hand. Because of their versatility, tablesaws are popular and a fixture in most workshops. They are also powerful tools that require respect and proper safety precautions when in use. That's why Marc demonstrates a multitude of ways to tap the full potential of the tablesaw with an emphasis on safety first. New and advanced woodworkers will benefit from sharing Marc's time-tested knowledge of the tablesaw, upgrades every saw needs, and important safety measures. 49 minutes. Contents: Introduction: Marc Adams offers an overview of the topics he'll cover in his guide to Tablesaw Techniques.Episode 1: Tablesaw SafetyEpisode 2: RippingEpisode 3: CrosscuttingEpisode 4: Build a Crosscut SledEpisode 5: Gearing Up for Tablesaw JoineryEpisode 6: Grooves, Dadoes, and RabbetsEpisode 7: Tongues, Tenons, and Miters About Marc Adams: Marc Adams has been woodworking professionally for more than 28 years. In 1991, he became a technical consultant to the WWPA, SFPA, AHEC, and the U.S. government, representing the United States on International Quality of Furniture Making. His work has appeared in Design Book Six and Design Book Seven, and his shop was featured in "The Workshop" by Taunton Press. Marc has won the Indiana Artist/Craftsman of the Year award three times and does TV and radio talk shows on woodworking topics. His "Technical Technique" video series is the largest-selling video series in the history of woodworking, and he was recently awarded four "Telly" awards. brightcove.createExperiences();