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SawStop Contractor Table Saw w/30'' Fence, CNS175-SFA30

Specifically engineered to be the cornerstone of home shops.
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The SawStop® 110V, 1.75HP 10" Contractor Saw is engineered to fit the unique demands of the avid hobbyist in a home setting. Delivering the peerless fit and finish of the Cabinet Saw, this saw's 110V power and optimized footprint make it ideal for the many challenges of a home shop. With SawStop's® legendary safety system, uncompromising quality and industry-leading dust collection, the 110V Contractor Saw is engineered to be the cornerstone of a home shop. Mobile base sold separately (#22948).
(1) SawStop Contractor Table Saw w/30'' Fence, CNS175-SFA30
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Standard Manufacturer's Warranty: 12 months
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Brand SawStop
Manufacturer Part Number CNS175-SFA30
Weight 265.0000
Tech Spec
  • Motor: 1.75 hp, 1 phase, 110 V, 14 A
  • Weight: 265 lbs
  • Max. rip, right of blade: 30"
  • Cast iron table: 20"W x 27"D
  • Steel extension wing: 12"W x 27"D
  • Blade: 40-tooth, professional grade, 5/8" arbor
  • Blade diameter: 10"
  • Blade tilt: Left
  • Blade kerf: 0.118" (3mm)
  • Blade plate thickness: 0.078" (2mm)
  • Max. depth of cut, blade at 0°: 3-1/8"
  • Max. depth of cut, blade at 45°: 2-1/4"
  • Max. rip, left of blade: 12"
  • Dado diameter: 8" (requires a separate brake cartridge and table insert)
  • Dado max. width: 13/16"
  • Arbor diameter at blade: 5/8"
  • Main bearing size: 62mm OD x 30mm ID
  • Second bearing size: 52mm OD x 25mm ID
  • Table in front of blade (max. elevation): 10-1/4"
  • Table behind blade (max. elevation): 7-1/2"
  • Arbor runout: 0.001" Maximum allowable runout
  • Blade lateral movement over full elevation range: 0.006" Maximum
  • Table flatness measured diagonally: 0.010" Maximum gap
  • Overall table flatness: 0.025"
  • Blade alignment with miter slot: 0.010" Maximum displacement
  • Deviation of miter gauge indexing stops from actual: 0.25°
  • Alignment between spreader and blade: 0.010" Maximum difference
  • Miter slots: T-shaped, 3/4" at top, 1" at bottom, 3/8" deep
  • Dust collection port diameter: 4"
  • Riving knife / splitter thickness: 0.078" (2mm)
  • Blade guard: polycarbonate, extends only 5/8" to right of blade
  • Insert: zero clearance, steel core, ABS surfaces
  • Hand wheels: 7" diameter, cast iron with chrome handle
  • Belts: 2 V-ribbed belts - arbor belt is static dissipative
Arbor Size 5/8"
Dust Collection 4" Port
HP 1-3/4 HP
Maximum Depth of Cut 3-1/8"
Height 34-3/4''
Dimensions 58-1/2'' x 40''
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Saw Stop Contractor table saw
I really like the feeling I have that I am using a safe tool, that will keep me from having a catastrophic accident.
March 4, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
make sure you have at least one friend to help lift/move! Just finished assembly haven't even plugged it in. But the design and assembly is well done.
August 5, 2019
11 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great saw for any users
Install was excellent.
May 11, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Table Saw
Wow. This replaces a big heavy old delta. I figured I was giving up something in quality or performance to go from that to this 110 volt contractor unit. Not at all, in any way. I am extremely happy with this tool.
May 9, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great addition to my shop
Just received my SawStop saw and found the quality of the saw to be outstanding. Have already used it on one project and found the precision and cut to be outstanding.
In addition the ease of assembly and set up instructions were great.
I highly recommend this saw to any avid woodworker.
March 20, 2018
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
ease of assembly!
I have never seen any product requiring assembly that was so easy and clearly sequenced and labeled. In a manner of speaking, it's idiot-proof (referring to yours truly)!
May 30, 2015
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great saw - a bit pricey and tricky to assemble.
Overall, the quality of the SawStop Contractor saw is impressive. The saw is expensive compared to other comparable saws, but does seem very high quality.

Assembly instructions were pretty good, and the hardware was nicely packaged in color-coded separate packages that identify every not, washer, and screw.

I did have some issues with assembly. The saw stand went together fairly easily, but when I added the mobile base, it did not fit between the legs very well. I had to loosen many of the assembling bolts to get the mobile base parts on, and it caused the saw mounting holes at the top of the sand to become partially closed due to mis-alignment of the legs. The legs have locating pegs/holes that are supposed to prevent this, but it didn't work.

Consequently, after I lifted the 200 lb saw onto the base, and tried to reach up underneath the saw to bolt it to the base (the hardest part of assembly in my opinion), some bolts would not go through mounting holes. I had to loosen the base assembly bolts, and use a large punch to hammer the holes open, re-tighten the base and move the saw back in place to get it all put together. Hassle.

One other quibble was how difficult it was to get the fence installed. The mounting rails were not too bad, but the fence itself did not want to go on the rails without a fight. Since it's just plastic sliding on plastic for the front rail, it was very tight and did not want to go on. Maybe I should have used some plastic-friendly lubricant there. Once it was on it was fine.

Otherwise, the saw is great. I haven't used it a whole lot yet, but I have already made some heavy cuts through hardwood and it cuts like a laser through butter.
June 14, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Horrible assembly
I'm shocked by the assembly experience. Parts, packaging, manual are all great. Took me over an hour to put the last four screws in to attach the saw to the base. To say that it was h*** on earth is an understatement. I've never experienced this much frustration assembling a tool before. I had to use a mirror, loosen all of the base screws until nuts nearly came off, rock the whole 140lbs thing back and forth, etc... one corner next to the cables is practically impossible to get to if you have large hands.

It took me an hour to put 4 bolts in, and way less than that to assemble the rest of it.

Having spent over $2.5k on this saw, I was expecting thought put in at all stages of the product design.
November 13, 2019
Woodworking Experience:
Severe design flaw prevents accurate measurements.
I like the saw except for one major design flaw. The blade mount on the right side of the arbor. So the distance from the fence to the blade differs if you use a thin kerf blade and a normal kerf blade. The service folks at sawstop say "you'll have to make measurement adjustments when you chage blades" Do you know how annoying that is? And forget dado blades. Why buy a tool where you can't use the built in measuring devices except for one thickness blade? I'm just grateful that I can't cut my fingers off while screwing around trying to position the fence to get accurate dado cuts.
February 15, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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As a massage therapist My fingers are very important in my full time job!! Plus I learned on one and found the table to be solid! I wanted the best table for a small shop! <br />This saw is just that!!
susan s on Apr 29, 2020
SawStop technology.
Kyle B on Feb 3, 2020
As a massage therapist My fingers are very important in my full time job!! Plus I learned on one and found the table to be solid! I wanted the best table for a small shop! <br />This saw is just that!!
susan s on Apr 29, 2020
Quality, safety, longevity
Daniel M on Apr 20, 2020
SawStop technology.
Kyle B on Feb 3, 2020
Limitted space in two car garage
tom a on Sep 1, 2019
Unbeatable safety and quality.
Rich N on May 23, 2019
M I on Feb 2, 2019
Safety is not something to be taken lightly! Wanted a safe saw before I learn this lesson the hard way.
Nick W on Jan 25, 2019
I have a small shop and I don't have the space for a larger sawstop saw.
Ken on Jan 17, 2019
The current table saw that I am using has a warped aluminum table.
LOREN A on Nov 11, 2018
Safety and quality
James J on Jun 23, 2018
Richard C on Oct 19, 2017
mary jane j on Aug 10, 2017
Mainly for the safety function
James C on Mar 8, 2017
safe, least expensive nonportable sawstop saw
Alfred W on Jun 18, 2016
To upgrade my Sawstop table saw and to accommodate Jess Em hold-downs
Bix W on Nov 24, 2015
Quality, safety, longevity
Daniel M on Apr 20, 2020
Limitted space in two car garage
tom a on Sep 1, 2019
Can you convert the motor over to 220V single phase? Thanks!
Larry S on Apr 14, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Larry S: Thank you for your interest in SawStop! In response to your email, yes, you can re-wire your 1.75 hp saw working on 110v to work on 220v with a new contactor box. The part needed can be ordered from our online store at The instructions to do this conversion can be found in your owner's manual under "Re-wiring your saw".
What is the height of the contractor saw with the mobile base?
Carl S. on Mar 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Height from finished floor is 35 inches. You didn't ask but the width of the fence track bracket is 57 inches, important when planning layout position.
Is there any vibration from the belt drive design like the older contractor saws?
Terry S on Aug 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely no vibration. I have used my SAWSTOP contractor saw extensively and really love it. My new saw replaced a Delta contractor saw that I used for over 25 years world of difference.
How do you collect dust from the saw?
Parker S on Feb 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question, Parker. The Contractor saw has a dust shroud just beneath the blade that helps to push the dust down to the 4" port under the body of the saw. For best dust collection, you can get our Dust Collection Blade Guard ($139) and Overarm Dust Collection ($199) to help extract a larger volume of dust above the blade; you will also need to get the Dust Collection Port Adapter ($49). Keep in mind you will need to have a dust collection system attached to the saw that will give you 350 CFM at the port of the saw.
With the 30” Option, Is it possible to later add/upgrade to the 36” T-Glide fence, cast iron wings, and integrate mobile base?
Gerald A on Jan 20, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes it would just be a couple of bolts to change it. I opted when i bought my unit for the 36” and glad i did. - it’s more heavy duty and worth the investment. I only have space for the 30” rails so i cut them to size.....
Trying to decide if I need the 36” or if I should just start with basic 30”. New to woodworking. Does this saw come with the plastic cover over the blade? Also does it include the aluminum cartridge already assembled?
David on Apr 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I went with the 36" because that's the size Jet Table saw that I was replacing. I think that the extra space is well worth it. I also bought the wheel system.

The table saw "box" comes complete with the blade and cartridge system installed and recessed under the deck of the table saw. The cast iron top was well oiled and then covered with plastic. If I remember correctly, the blade was also well oiled but not covered in plastic. I had to clean off the oil with a rag once I had the saw upright.

If you do end up taking the plunge and buying one, then I recommend building the legs first, attaching them to the table saw box while it's still inverted in the packing, and then using the legs to up-end the saw into an upright position. I was able to assemble my saw single handedly this way.

Can you put the 36 or 52 inch T-glide fence and rails on the contractor model saw?
James C on Oct 31, 2017

Thank you for your interest in SawStop! In response to your email, yes, you can get our T-Glide fence for the Contractor saw. You should be able to see on Rockler's website on the Contractor saw page that it comes in 30" Aluminum fence and then the 36" and 52" T-Glide fence/rail assemblies.
Does this item include a router table?
Ken K on Oct 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ken. This saw does not include a router table. I built a outfeed table for the saw and made IT my router table, using a Rockler router lift and rail system for guides and fences.