$199.00 Each
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SawStop Contractor Table Saw Mobile Cart

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SawStop Contractor Table Saw Mobile Cart
SawStop Contractor Table Saw Mobile Cart

Turn your SawStop® Contractor Saw (sold separately) into an ATV with this mobile cart, fully equipped to handle the muddy, rugged conditions present at most any construction site. The sturdy 10" ball bearing wheels make it easy to roll your saw up and down ramps to get into houses and trucks. The stand is constructed of squared steel tubing to withstand the rigors of daily use. Compatible with the 36" and 52" tables.


Features:
  • 10" rubber tires for traction in wet and muddy conditions
  • Ball bearing wheels ensure smooth rolling despite dirt and sawdust
  • Wheels make it easy to roll your saw up a ramp, or over uneven terrain
  • Sturdy, black, powder-coated steel construction
  • The CNS-JSC Job Site Mobile Cart is designed to be used with the 36" table, but is also compatible with the 52" table
  • Not compatible with the 30" table.
  • No International shipping available on SawStop items. SawStop items can only be shipped within the Continental United States.
  • SawStop, the SawStop blade logo, and the configurations of SawStop products are either registered trademarks or trademarks of SawStop, LLC and are used with permission.
(1) CNS-JSC Job Site Mobile Cart
More Information
Brand SawStop
Manufacturer Part Number MC-CNS
Weight 50.0000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Sturdy, Black, Powder-Coated Steel
Technical Documents N/A
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Great accessory
I work out of a Tuff Shed and unless it's raining I take my saw outside to keep the dust down inside. The wheels are large enough to make it easy to get the saw in and out of the shed and roll it into the grass.
December 6, 2015
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
woops, sent it back. One must distinguish between a Jobsite Saw and a Contractor's Saw--two different animals.
Bix W on Nov 24, 2015
woops, sent it back. One must distinguish between a Jobsite Saw and a Contractor's Saw--two different animals.
Bix W on Nov 24, 2015
does this also have the sawstop brake ?
Robert D on Mar 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not sure I understand the question, but just in case.
This $199 product is just the cart.
The brake would be part of the main contractor saw.
You might check out the jobsite version at:
http://www.rockler.com/sawstop-10-in-jobsite-saw
Note the mobile part of that is not same as the one here.
The contractor version of the saw is bigger and badder than the jobsite version.
For least expensive contractor saw, see:
http://www.rockler.com/sawstop-contractor-table-saw-w-30-fence-cns175-sfa30
How far it can cut right and left?
Agaiby A on Mar 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Agaiby:

Thank you for your question. The best way to answer your question is to say the cut to the right of the blade will be one of the 3 fence/rail packages offered with this saw (30" Aluminum, 36" T-Glide or 52" T-Glide fence/rail assembly). Thus your rip to the right is either 30", 36" or 52".
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