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Powermatic® Table Saw w/50'' Fence & Riving Knife

Item #
45737
Rating:
90% of 100

The 64B table saw, with left tilt arbor, offers 1-3/4 horsepower in dual voltage to meet the demands of the professional contractor. The transparent blade guard has independent leaves, and the quick release riving knife reduces chance of kickback. A low profile riving knife is included for non-through cuts. An arbor lock is accessed from above the table, eliminating the need for dual blade wrenches. The T-slot miter gauge has rack-and-pinion angle setting, positive stops, and extension plate for expanded workpiece support. The 64B has cast iron table and wings with front edge bevel, and the working area is further expanded by the melamine-surfaced wood extension table. Storage hooks on the stand keep your accessories within reach.


Features:
  • Riving knife maintains close blade proximity to reduce chance of kickback
  • Micro-adjust miter gauge with extension plate offers wider crosscut support
  • Blade guard and riving knife have quick release for tool-less mounting and removal
  • Precision ground cast iron table and wings have beveled edge for smooth miter gauge entry
  • Built-in extraction port increases dust collection efficiency
  • Heavy cast iron trunnion ensures smooth blade positioning
  • Chrome trimmed handwheels are ergonomically designed
  • Accu-Fence locks to rail without play
  • Blade not included
(1) Powermatic® Table Saw w/50'' Fence & Riving Knife
More Information
Brand Powermatic
Manufacturer Part Number 1791230K
Weight 470.0000
Tech Spec
  • 5 Year Warranty
  • Arbor Size 5/8"
    Dust Collection 4" Port
    HP 1-3/4 HP
    Maximum Depth of Cut 3-1/8"
    Height 36"
    Dimensions 44-1/4'' x 27''
    4.5 / 5.0
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    Great saw for the money
    This is a great saw for the money. I contemplated gong with the bigger models but for me, a hobbyist who builds country furniture, barn doors, etc. this saw is great
    February 23, 2018
    Purchased
    over 3 years ago
    Woodworking Experience:
    Advanced
    Well made saw with minor flaws.
    The 64B Powermatic is a very well made saw that provides a smooth vibration free cutting action with easy to use height and angle settings. The 52" fence is marginal in quality, it is not as sturdy or as easy to set at position as it should be and is quite difficult to align and set up. The dust extraction is fair as seems to be the case with most open frame saws. The saw, saw base and cast iron extensions are a quality product.
    December 30, 2014
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    Is the duel power 240/480V or 120/240?
    John G on Nov 1, 2018
    Does this saw have support legs for the 50" extension? The picture doesn't show any.
    Aaron N on Apr 4, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes there are legs as part of the kit. I suppose they are adequate but I welded frame from metal in set the 4 legs of he saw and and legs into the frame. It will move easy as one unit and it won't put a strain on the legs. I need things to be mobile. I really like the saw as far as the cast Iron is concerned! Went together easy, seems to cut well at this point..
    Does arbor shaft length accommodate stackable dado blades?
    ron i on Jun 20, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Yes
    can this saw be made mobile for small shop?
    A shopper on Apr 29, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: Please check our catalog or website for Rockler's selection of portable bases to fit this table saw.
    I roll my current table saw out on the driveway for more room. Is the contractor model better suited for this, compared to a cabinet model?
    Robert H on Oct 30, 2019