SawStop Contractor Table Saw w/36'' Fence, CNS175-TGP36
The SawStop® 110V, 1.75HP 10" Professional 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 Professional 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 Professional Contractor Saw is engineered to be the cornerstone of a home shop. Mobile base sold separately (#22948).
- There is an additional $150.00 shipping charge for this item.
- Ships directly from the manufacturer.
- Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States.
- Curbside delivery only
- Estimated Delivery time: 1-2 weeks.
|Manufacturer Part Number||CNS175-TGP36|
|Dust Collection||4" Port|
|Maximum Depth of Cut||3-1/8"|
|Dimensions||69-1/8'' x 45''|
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5 months ago
Some steps need two people to safely assemble.
10 months ago
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1 year ago
The directions were well written and the assembly hardware was packaged very clearly and color coordinated with the directions. (very impressive)
Once the saw was assembled and adjusted as per the directions it cut incredibly smooth and precise. When remodeling my kitchen my cabinet maker decided he liked my saw enough that he did most of his cuts in my basement as apposed to his shop. (Saved him time, and me money)
The only recommendation I would have is that if you get the cast iron wings they (sawstop) should not ship the stamped steel wings with the box as they will only get thrown out.
over 3 years ago
over 2 years ago
This is a great question. The Professional Cabinet saw has better dust collection when you combine the Dust Collection Blade Guard with the Overarm Dust Collection. You will see up to 99% total dust collection, even the small particulates, which the CDC has identified as being the most carcinogenic. Since our Professional saw is a true cabinet saw, it's better for dust collection because the dust shroud will help to direct all of the dust into the cabinet and out of your 4" port at the back where your dust collection system is hooked up.
I have found the accuracy and square of the cuts to be right on. After setting the saw up per the instructions I did not have to make any further adjustments. By the way, the assembly instructions for this saw are the best I have ever experienced. All the hardware is packaged in bubble pack cards so they are organized and easily identifiable as you need them per each step in the assembly.
The safety system is designed to activate when flesh or conductive material gets near the blade. Per the user manual damp wood can be cut with the safety system on. However, extremely wet or green wood can interfere with the safety system's ability to detect contact with flesh or conductive material. If wood that is too wet is being cut the system will shut off the motor and display an error code.
For a more complete explanation of how the safety systems works see pages 44 to 46 in the user manual. For your specific question see the paragraph "Overload Due to Wet Wood" on page 46.
The user manual is available on the Rockler web site on the same page the saw is on. I have also included a link to the manual below.
Thank you for your interest in SawStop! In response, the Contractor saw doesn't have a cabinet for the trunnion to mount to, so it's mounted to the table.
Thank you very much for your question. In response, Todd O is correct, there are holes in the 2" angle irons attached to the back of the saw for you to attach our 30" Outfeed Table or another of your choosing, but you may have to make adjustments if the holes don't line up on your aftermarket run-out table.
The Folding Outfeed Table was designed primarily to allow for mobility, and the Contractor Saw application is no exception. With legs stowed and table folded to rest on the motor, the saw can be easily moved with either mobility option. However, users will notice that the motor prevents the table from folding as flat as it does on SawStop Cabinet Saws for which the product was designed. If you must maximize space in your work area when stowed, we recommended loosening each of the four mounting set screws that fasten the table to the rear rail. Then, remove the table from the rail and set it on top of the saw (blade retracted) for storage. This process should take no longer than a minute, and a couple minutes to re-install.