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SawStop Folding Outfeed Table

Folds out when you need the support, folds away when you need the space.
Item #
53493
Rating:
90% of 100

The SawStop TSA-FOT Folding Outfeed Table provides abundant outfeed support when you need it, and folds up quickly for storage, transport, or simply to provide additional space around your table saw. The folding table can be adjusted to match the width of your cast iron table and wings, and it features strategically-placed rollers for smooth gliding as your material slides past the blade. Engineered from steel for durability and carrying capacity. Compatible with all SawStop cast-iron table saws and mobile bases.

(1) SawStop Folding Outfeed Table
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Brand SawStop
Weight 37.0000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Steel
  • Compatibility: All SawStop cast iron table saws and mobile bases
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SawStop Outfeed Table
Nice piece of equipment. Well engineered and packaged. It works well with my new crosscut sled and easily allowed me to attach a stop for the sled. I can now handle full sheets of plywood by myself. Highly recommend.
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August 2, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
just what I was looking for, however was missing approx. 50% of parts needed for assembly. a fix made possible by mfg
July 8, 2019
Purchased
10 months ago
Saw Stop retractable out-feed table
The table came with excellent instructions and went together without a hitch. It performs exactly as it should and I have used it for 2 weeks without any problems. It folds away neatly and is only 2" longer than the table saw's original footprint. Great space saver in my limited shop space! It can also be removed and re-attached by loosening 3 set screws. I highly recommend this table.
November 26, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Greatest thing since sliced bread
An outfeed table on a table saw is a great addition to any shop. Unfortunately most of them that are of any value are stationary and thus require a fixed position in the shop. For those of use who share a garage with cars and have our major equipment on casters, big, well-aligned tables are not feasible. Add-on tables usually are small, flimsy and leave a lot to be desired. The SawStop outfeed table is great. It is large, sturdy and, once calibrated during assembly, is and remains spot on. Assembly is not for the faint of heart though. It takes four or five hours to put together. The instructions are generally very good and the multiple fasteners are packaged in such a way as to know where each different screw, washer and nut go.
The manufacturer has engineered this product very cleverly. It will fit several different models that are different sizes. Before beginning assembly, it is wise to determine the model of the saw you have, the fence type and whether you have a wing installed on the saw. The assembly manual clearly state things such as "if your saw is a cabinet saw and you have the professional fence and the saw has a wing, skip to page number (whatever) - otherwise continue." Once you get the flow of the instructions, things are easy. I would suggest that you read the entire manual first before beginning.
When I use the saw now, I move the cars out of the garage, wheel the saw away from the wall, lift the outfeed table, connect power and dust collection hose and we're good to go. Once you get this unit, you will wonder why you waited so long to get one. Oh, it's because it is a fairly new product.
September 3, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Very helpful for small shop
I've been using the table for 4 months.
The table folds up or down quickly. It makes a minimal addition to the footprint of the saw when it is folded down. I have the standard mobile base for a PCS175 and it moves around easily the with table in the folded down position. Dust extraction is an old noisy Shopvac. When the table is folded down it rests on its hose. It doesn't seem to impact the suction. The saw has a smaller functional footprint than my old mobile Craftsman contractor saw. The ShopVac sits under the right extension wing.
August 30, 2018
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Best saw I have ever had
After using my new Saw Stop with a 52" fence and dust collection I don't know why I waited so long to buy this. It is outstanding in every way. The mobile base is a must also, I can move this saw around the shop with one hand. I LOVE everything about it. The only down side is assembly. You will need help and lots of time to put this together.
June 21, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Great table. I had to extend the legs further down to accommodate my saw's mobile base height. Used a coupler and some additional all thread. That's a problem I created though.
May 18, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
So far it's a home run!
I've only had 4 or five table saw projects for which I needed it since I put it together. It has worked very well. The instructions are good but you have to read them very precisely to get it all done. The ease of setting it up and stowing it is hard to beat.
May 1, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
New SawStop outfeed table
Requires a fair amount of assembly as the table is built up from individual rails. All parts are clearly marked. Assembly instructions were accurate. Final table is much better than the original outfeed table
January 2, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Adjust ability for any option or any saw!
Some assembly is required. It took me probably 3 hours to install. The instruction manual is very "wordy" but does make sense. However, This out feed table is 2nd to none if you have the space and if you want a permanent out feed table on your saw. It gives that added value of precise cuts and makes cutting mostly a one man job. I also recommend using a adjustable roller conveyor behind the out-feed table if ripping long lengths. I think $299 is a decent value for the tool.
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December 20, 2017
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
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Why did you choose this?
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I need something to assist in my cuts.
Sarah M on Aug 7, 2019
Can be lowered for more space.
Mike H on Feb 4, 2019
I need something to assist in my cuts.
Sarah M on Aug 7, 2019
keeps profile of saw smaller when not in use
David B on Jun 4, 2019
Can be lowered for more space.
Mike H on Feb 4, 2019
Additional easy-to-use work holding when ripping wood. Great for a small garage shop because it can fold away when not in use.
Franklin C on Dec 29, 2018
Good reviews and roller stands are a real pain.
Douglas T on Aug 10, 2018
very practical
J A on Jun 21, 2018
I figured this would compliment the large sliding table.
SHAWN P on May 15, 2018
Good reviews
Doug W on Apr 1, 2018
I have a sawstop cabinet saw.
Travis T on Feb 27, 2018
goes with my other purchase
brad d on Jan 6, 2018
Because I own a Saw Stop table saw.
Jeffrey S on Dec 10, 2017
I'm tired of temporary solutions to this problem
Greg A on Nov 2, 2017
Your Rockler Roller stands are perfect here but I use them other places as well so I really needed a rugged outfeed table to stay with my SawStop, what better than an all steel outfeed table from SawStop.
Charles L on Oct 12, 2017
I need an outfield table and this looks a lot faster than building one myself. I hope it works as well as my design would have.
david y on Oct 11, 2017
to make more room behind my tablesaw. Will replace the original Sawstop outfield table that I have had since I have owned the saw. this will be a definite upgrade.
Dave D on Oct 3, 2017
keeps profile of saw smaller when not in use
David B on Jun 4, 2019
Additional easy-to-use work holding when ripping wood. Great for a small garage shop because it can fold away when not in use.
Franklin C on Dec 29, 2018
Can this outfield table be attached to the Sawstop Contractor saws?
David D on Aug 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: As of May of 2018, Sawstop notes on their website that "The TSA-FOT is not compatible with the Contractor Saw." I'm not sure why that would be the case, but I'm guessing that if it were folded down that it could cause the whole thing to be unbalanced...? I can't think of a possible reason why it wouldn't work in its upright position though--if anything, I'd think it would make the complete saw MORE stable.
Can you post photos of it in the down position? Also, how many steps are required to put it up/down and how long does it take?
Eric F on Sep 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is easy to put down. Just fold the legs and it comes down. You do have to remove the dust collection hose.
Will this outfeed table work with an Incra TS system?
PatrickL on Oct 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: PatrickL: Thank you very much for your question regarding our Folding Outfeed Table. We actually don't test our products on other companies rail system, so I am not able to accurately answer your question yes or no. What I can tell you is this table does have 4 clamps that attach to our back rails on our 36" and 52" T-Glide fence/rail assemblies, so it might be best to visit your local Rockler store to compare the measurements on our rails with regard to yours.
Will this work with other saws other than Saw Stop? I have a Powermatic PM 2000 and would love to use this.
Eric R on Nov 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The outfeed table attaches to an L shaped bar that runs the length of the back side of the Sawstop. If you have a similar setup on your saw you probably could make it work.
Can this out-feed table be installed with the sliding crosscut table?
James B on Sep 13, 2017
SawStop Folding Outfeed Table
SawStop Folding Outfeed Table
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SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table
BEST ANSWER: James:

Thank you for your interest in SawStop! Yes, you can use the Folding Outfeed Table with our Sliding Crosscut Table.
What are the dimensions of the folding outfeed table?
thomas t on Sep 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thomas:

Thank you for your interest in our Folding Outfeed Table. In response to your question the table will fit our cast iron saws with maximum dimensions of 44 1/4" x 32".
I have the Professional model table saw. Does anyone know if this new outfeed table from Sawstop interferes with the fence when the table is in the down position? Thanks
Paul Y on Jun 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Paul:

Thank you for your interest in SawStop! In response to your question, depending on your saw and table configuration, when folded the table may hang at 90 degrees to the saw, rest against the Industrial Mobile Base, or rest against a dust collection hose. Some customers have mentioned the fence touching the Folding Outfeed Table in the down position. What they did to alleviate this was adjust the washers on the clamps (this solution is in the TSA-FOT's owner's manual), which will change the height of this table in the down position. One other option is to not install the plastic end caps for the individual bars. Keep in mind the plastic end caps are just decorative. I hope this answers your questions.
Is it mandatory to have the cast iron wings on the contractor saw for this to fit? I have the 36" table.
Ronald W on Jan 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Ronald W: Thank you very much for your interest in SawStop! In response to your question, it is not necessary for you to have the cast iron wings. What matters is that you have at least the 36" T-Glide fence/rails, since this will clamp to the back rail angle iron of your saw. You are ok to get the Folding Outfeed Table.

A point of note, 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.
will this table interfere with a crosscut sled going beyond the cast iron table?
greg s on Oct 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have yet to receive my order. However, I check this issue when ordering and concluded that the new folding out-feed table will accommodate my sliding crosscut sled which uses both miter slots. Hopefully it will arrive soon so that this can be confirmed.
When the table folds down, how does it clear the dust collection port located on the back of the saw? I have the professional 3.0hp 52” table with the sliding crosscut table. Thanks for your help.
Dave D on Sep 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Due to its lightweight yet sturdy structure, the TSA-FOT will not damage your dust hose by resting against it when folded. However, if you would like to minimize this, and allow your Table to rest more vertically against your SawStop Cabinet Saw without removing the dust hose, we suggest relocating the center roller from its most outboard position to the next inboard set of mounting holes. This will allow the table to rest around the dust collection hose when collapsed, minimizing table weight on the dust hose.
When the outfeed table is in the down position, does it sit flush with the back of the saw (PCS)?
Charlie P on Oct 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It will sit just below (elevation) the top of the cast iron table and will fold to vertical. If you have a mobile base the base may prevent it from going completely vertical (~5 degrees for vertical) but remain below the top of the cast table.
Exactly, how far (in inches) does this outfeed table extend from the rear the saw?
Don C on Feb 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Looking at the back of the PCS, there is a rear fence rail that extends 2" from the table edge. When the outfeed table is installed:
-Folded storage position: 3" from table edge
-Extended position: 32" from table edge.
Is there an outfeed table for the contractor saw?
Ron M on Nov 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Ron M:

Thank you for your interest in SawStop! 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.
Can this be installed on a Sawstop contractor saw with the cast iron wings and 36 inch fence? The assembly instructions indicate that it can, but the Sawstop website now states that contractor saws are incompatible. Does anyone know the answer? Thanks.
Matthew B on Jul 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for investing in a SawStop saw! Unfortunately, the TSA-FOT Folding Outfeed Table is not compatible with the Contractor Saw. It will mount on the rail, but will not fold flat and limits 45 degree cuts at certain blade elevations. Customers are free to use the product on their 36” and 52” CNS configurations if they are ok with these functional limitations. If you wish to use the table on your CNS, and 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.
hi will this fit a ridged R4512 table saw ?
charlie on Jun 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your interest in SawStop! In response to your question, we don't test our products on other manufacturer's saws, so I am unable to confirm if our Folding Outfeed Table will work on your Rigid table saw. I can say that the FOT clamps onto the back rails of our 36" and 52" rip capacity saws. I hope this helps answer your question.
will his fit Bosch GTS1031-RT 10 in. Portable Jobsite Table Saw?
Isaac P on Nov 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Isaac P:

Thank you for your interest in our Folding Outfeed Table. There are many different accessory choices on the market, each with its own installation and modification requirements. We do not test on the many other-brand aftermarket items, and therefore we do not have the necessary information to recommend your best result.

That being said, keep in mind this is an outfeed table for a full size table saw and the saw you listed is a benchtop saw, so you might want to contact Bosch to ask them about compatibility.
Does the outfield table interfere with the dust collector attached to guard?
David B on Sep 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: David B:

Thank you very much for your interest in SawStop! In response to your question, no, the Folding Outfeed Table does not interfere with the Dust Collection Blade Guard.