SawStop Industrial Cabinet Saw, 7.5HP, 3-Phase, 230V, 36'' Fence

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

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