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Laguna F2 Fusion Tablesaw, 36'' Rip Capacity

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Laguna F2 Fusion Tablesaw, 36'' Rip Capacity
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The Laguna F2 Table Saw is built around a newly designed trunnion, the result of years of dedicated research. The new trunnion provides buttery smooth, precise arbor adjustments without sacrificing strength. You'll enjoy microadjustable blade tilt with a 2:1 ratio and zero backlash, an industrial-strength 3-post height adjustment mechanism, and convenience features like a spindle lock for quick blade changes, dustless cabinet design, and a built-in mobility kit. The saw maintains the classic Laguna style cabinet-mounted trunnion, and has a rugged 1/16'' thick metal cabinet with convenient tool storage for all included accessories. The new quick-release throat plate is made from an innovative resin-based phenolic material that dampens vibration and chatter. In addition, it's rectangular shape makes it easy for you to make custom throat plates.


  • Rugged cabinet-mounted trunnion
  • Micro adjustable arbor tilt
  • Quick-release zero-clearance throatplate with rectangular shape for easier blade changes, better contact with the cast, and better ability to make custom throatplates
  • Quick-release blade guard/riving knife with cam-action setting mechanism
  • Convenient spindle lock for blade changes
  • Single belt design with tensioning bolt
  • TEFC motor with thermal overload and reset button
  • Blade dust shroud enclosure with dustless cabinet design
  • 1:2 arbor rotation gear ratio and anti-backlash arbor adjustments
  • Two pole arbor raising mechanism
  • Onboard tool storage for all included accessories and fence
  • Mobility kit is built into the cabinet
  • Meets the latest CSA/UL requirements
  • There is an additional $75.00 shipping charge for this item.
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer.
  • Estimated Delivery time: 3 weeks.
With the Rockler Protection Plan, you'll get accidental damage coverage immediately upon purchase of your tool. Plus, we will extend the manufacturer's warranty for your choice of an additional 1 or 2 years. We'll take care of all parts and labor for any repairs, with no deductibles and no hassles. If your tool can not be repaired, we'll gladly replace it. Available in the US only. Click here to learn more.
(1) Laguna F2 Fusion Tablesaw
(1) Riving knife
(1) Blade guard
(1) Miter gauge
(1) 10'' blade
(1) Blade changing tool
(1) Fence mounted push stick
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number MTSF236110175-0130
Weight 270.0000
Tech Spec
  • Motor Plate: 1-3/4 HP, Single Phase, 3450 rpm
  • Power Requirements: 115 V, 15 Amp, 30 Amp Service
  • Overall Dimension: 65-3/4''L x 31-1/8''D x 34-3/4''H
  • Footprint: 19-1/8''L x 18-5/8''D
  • Shipping Dimensions: 47-1/2''L x 29-3/4''D x 41-1/4''H
  • Shipping Weight: 265 Lbs
  • Rip Capacity: 36'' standard, 52'' option
  • Max. depth of cut @ 90°: 3-1/8''
  • Max. depth of cut @ 45°: 2-1/8''
  • Blade Capacity: 10'' Diameter, thin kerf – 13/16'' dado stacks
  • Blade tilt: 0 – 45° Left
  • Mitre Slots: 3/4'' with 1'' T
  • Arbor Size: 5/8''
  • Arbor Speed: 4500 rpm
  • Dust collection: 4'' Outlet, 500 CFM REQ
Technical Documents
Prop 65 Warning WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product
4.2 / 5.0
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1 Star
Very good first impression
Have not had a lot of opportunity to use it, but it appears to be all that was advertised. It came practically fully assembled. Instructions were great. Little or no adjustments were necessary as everything was properly aligned. Southeastern Freightlines brought shipping crate into my garage and placed it where I wanted. Driver was very professional and helpful. All in all a very good experience.
All set up and ready to go. Laguna couldn’t have made it any easier.
All set up and ready to go. Laguna couldn’t have made it any easier.
September 24, 2018
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Fusion 2
Real simple to get ready to use. Very accurate out of the box. Would recommend this vendor to anyone.
July 18, 2018
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Maybe this second model suffers from cost cutting?
This review is based on first impressions after a couple weeks of use on the new F2. I think this saw deserves 3.5 stars but I'll go four given the alternative.

Bottom line: This is a very smooth saw from start-up through to shut-down - almost no vibration and no shudder at all but dust collection is a joke and I don't love the fence.

Shipping was straight-forward and timely. The crate arrived in good condition and no issues with lift-gate, etc.

Unboxing went well and I was thrilled that the cast-iron wings were already attached and everything in the crate travelled well. I had to make some small adjustments to the wings but that was easy.

Setup was very clear and pretty minimal. It seems Laguna had a goal to get you up and working quickly - this is as close as you can get to plug-and-play in this category of saw. The fence was easy to install and everything seemed aligned well from the factory.

As I was looking over the saw, I noticed that the 4 inch dust port was actually just a 4 inch connection to a 2.5 inch hose inside the saw. The remaining surface of the port is solid steel - the only entrance into the cabinet being the hose that goes up to the trunnion dust shroud. There is nothing to catch the dust that the trunnion shroud doesn't capture. In fact... there is no bottom to the cabinet at all - it's entirely open. The dust simply falls to the shop floor. It's kind of like Laguna just decided that it wasn't worth it to even try for decent dust collection on the saw so they just threw in the towel and expect you to shop vac your floor and move the saw to clean the pile underneath. I have to admit, this is a real disappointment and I'm deducting a full star for that alone. I know dust collection is hard on table saws but for a hybrid at this price point, the cabinet should at least have a bottom.

The only other thing I don't love is the fence. If your point of reference is a portable or contractor saw, then this fence is probably fantastic. If you've ever used a Biesemeyer or other solid T style fence, you'll find this fence a bit lacking. It doesn't slide as smoothly as other fence systems and doesn't feel as solid or easy to work with for sacrificial fences, etc. I'm not deducting a star for this because I love the 36" capacity and I think it's probably inline with the price point. I also don't find the scale to be very trustworth and it does move very slightly when you lock down the fence. I guess it does the job but it's definitely short of awesome compared to my previous Biesemeyer. Worth noting that the 36" rip capacity is awesome and much appreciated already - I can't imagine having less now.

I am getting some burning on my cuts with a high-end Freud blade so I need to investigate that but it's not consistent.

So, in summary - it is a very smooth saw with a great setup experience, high-quality table and machining, decent fence and terrible (non-existent) dust collection. As for value, I would say it's fair but not great. I'm going to have to put some extra money and time in to address the open bottom cabinet and corresponding dust issue. Between that and possibly upgrading the fence, my total cost will be up in the range of some true 3hp cabinet saws and I'm left wondering if I should have just gone that route.
February 7, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Mostly very nice
The packaging was very nicely done. Putting it together wasn’t bad, the online videos are helpful. Take your time and check everything. Things like the top being square to the blade are said to be set from the factory, but mine was way off. I also found that the wings didn’t seem to fit perfectly to the top, but by starting at one end, getting it perfect, tightening the bolt, then snugging the next bolt and tapping with a deadblow until it’s perfect, then again for the last I got it close to perfect. Everything works smooth and very well. It is slightly underpowered, but that’s to be expected when buying a 1 3/4 hp saw. It’s great for most cuts and if you just take your time it’ll cut the 8/4 oak nicely. I was kind of confused on the riving knife and if I could use a thin kerf blade or not. I emailed laguna and they said it is not designed for a thin kerf blade. I did put a old one on to try it, and it seemed to work just fine, but ended up buying a full kerf frued fusion and it cuts very nice. I added a couple short pieces of angle iron and a short table extension. The wheels and levelers worked but I wasn’t a fan of picking the saw up and wheelbarrowing it around by the fence guide, so I got a mobile base. My only real complaint is the dust collection. It is terrible. I ripped a couple dozen strips just to try it out and there was sawdust coming out all around the bottom of the cabinet. I pulled the throat plate off and looked in to see about a inch of sawdust in the bottom of the cabinet. I mean does the factory dust collection do anything at all? My solution was to put a piece of plexiglass angled toward the right side of the cabinet and cut a opening and attach another port. Then Y off to the factory port. Kind of rigged, and it sucks to hack up a new saw, but it works 10 times better now. No sawdust at all.
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February 1, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Great engineering but build quality issues.
I've been using this saw for over a month and overall am happy with its performance. The trunnion is very well designed and they achieved their goal of "buttery smooth" adjustments. The arbor has minimal runout and stays parallel to the miter slots once the table is adjusted.
Cut quality with a new blade is excellent. The blade that comes with it is a throwaway. The motor is plenty powerful and runs very quietly.
The riving knife works perfectly with a thin kerf blade and the throat plate does not have the same support issues that the old fusion saw seemed to have.
Unfortunately there are some manufacturing quality issues that may be due to this being a brand new product. One of my cast iron wings is badly twisted and the rip fence is not straight or flat and not welded square to its T-bracket. Laguna has said that they will be replacing both for me, but I've been waiting for a month with no parts arriving yet.
Dust collection is also pretty terrible. Expect to see a large pile of sawdust accumulate at the bottom of your cabinet even if you have a full size dust collector like I do.
January 2, 2018
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Good Reviews for the most part. Appears to be a good value. Comparable saws much more expensive.
Jay E on Sep 3, 2018
Good Reviews for the most part. Appears to be a good value. Comparable saws much more expensive.
Jay E on Sep 3, 2018
Laguna brand name and pricing
TRAINMASTER on Jul 4, 2018
Laguna brand name and pricing
TRAINMASTER on Jul 4, 2018
Does this come watch the rip fence ?
Andrew M on Dec 15, 2017
It comes with a gate
Is the table top cast iron?
Allen on Dec 29, 2017
Can it be put on wheels for mobility?
red cypress on Jan 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It comes with wheels on 2 corners of the base so that you can roll it around by tilting it. I see nothing that would prevent it from working on an aftermarket wheeled base also. It does not have tabs that would make it easy to bolt it to a separate base.
How well does This saw cut 2" hardwood ?
Gary P on Jan 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I've used it to cut 2" maple with no problems using a thin kerf blade. A full kerf blade may require a slower feed rate.
What is the country of origin?
quizzicus on Jun 27, 2018
I would like to see the saw before purchasing. Is that possible here in Arizona?
Mark B on Jun 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: This saw is on display at the Phoenix store. Please contact them directly for the exact store location and hours of operation.
How heavy is the largest box?
MICHAEL R S on Feb 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It’s all in one box. Made of plywood. I believe the shipping weight is 315lb’s.
Does this saw come with the rip fence?
Andrew M on Dec 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does.
dust collection requirement stated as 500 cfm. i have a dust right system 350 cfm. is this a deal breaker ?
Michael W on Sep 14, 2018
are the trunions cast iron?
JIM Y on Jul 4, 2018
Where do I get the parts to convert to 220?
Anthony P on Nov 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Read the owner's manual, it shows the wiring for both 110 and 220 volt.