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SawStop Contractor Table Saw w/30'' Fence, CNS175-SFA30
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|Manufacturer Part Number||CNS175-SFA30|
|Dust Collection||4" Port|
|Maximum Depth of Cut||3-1/8"|
|Dimensions||58-1/2'' x 40''|
3 months ago
11 months ago
1 year ago
over 2 years ago
In addition the ease of assembly and set up instructions were great.
I highly recommend this saw to any avid woodworker.
over 2 years ago
over 5 years ago
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.
1 year ago
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.
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.
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.