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Crosscut full 4' x 8' sheet stock with SawStop's first-ever precision slider attachment!

SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table

Item #
57260
Rating:
88% of 100
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SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table

Cutting sheet goods on the table saw can be an unwieldy task—not enough support and too much potential for inaccuracies and blade binding with narrower materials. But not with the SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table. Engineered to fit all existing SawStop table saws, the Sliding Crosscut Table provides firm, smooth-rolling support throughout the entire cut, keeping your corners perfectly square, or mitered to any angle up to 60°. Manufactured from the finest materials, this slider features a 43'' fence that can be extended past 58'' for easy, repeatable cuts. Combined with the SawStop technology of your saw, you'll have perhaps the safest possible table saw on the market.


Features:
  • Engineered to fit all existing SawStop saws
  • Mounting holes are pre-drilled for all models
  • Sliding table and fence are made from T-6 aircraft-grade extruded aluminum, anodized to match your SawStop saw
  • Multiple bearings for smooth travel under load
  • Micro-adjustable for smoothness and parallelism
  • Extruded aluminum fence is at least 15% larger than typical crosscut sliders on the market
  • Fence features single-knob angle adjustment with an oversized miter gauge that angles to 60°
  • Fence can be located anywhere along the length of the sliding table
  • Distance from fence to blade can be easily adjusted
  • Fence has large flip-stops with a precision scale and magnified lenses for accurate, repeatable cuts
  • There is an additional $75.00 shipping charge for this item.
  • Ships directly from the manufacturer.
  • Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States.
  • Estimated delivery time: 1-2 Weeks.
(1) SawStop Sliding Crosscut Table
More Information
Brand SawStop
Manufacturer Part Number TSA-SA48
Weight 86.0000
Tech Spec
  • Miter Gauge Range: 60°
  • Sliding Table Depth: 47-1/4''
  • Overall Table Travel: 55''
  • Maximum Material Width: 48''
  • Fence Length: 43'', extending past 58''
Technical Documents Modifying Your Unassembled Table Saw
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typical Sawstop product
Surprisingly great for a miter gauge that comes with. I like the adjustment and feel of it. Great product, seems like it will last a very long time. Well made and thought out.
March 25, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
If you have the room, this is great for sawing anything long or when you can't use the fence. I was able to trim 4x8 siding panels on the table instead of using a circular saw, and was able to precisely trim a new screen door to fit my not-so-square door jambs.
February 22, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Excellent tool.
I had a Grizzly table saw with a "sliding" table which is really on rollers as is the SawStop sliding crosscut table. The Grizzly was good; however, my new SawStop sliding crosscut table almost make the Grizzly look crude by comparison. The long miter gauge stays put and it can handle a four foot wide piece of wood. The only negative I have is that it is difficult for me to get my body to the left when ripping pieces since I do not want to stand behind that operation.
May 29, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Cast iron and heavy!
I would not consider getting one of these unless you have the space for it and will use if frequently. While being well built, it is tedious to add/remove the attachment with a hex key. I would not have one if it hadn't been thrown in when we purchased the Rockler floor display for our middle school.
May 4, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
SawStop sliding table
Pro; great for cutting a full sheet of plywood by yourself
Con; no positive lock (90,45 etc)
you need to cut a lot of plywood for the price
March 18, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Well made
My only complaint is that i wish it was easier to remove the miter slide since it has to be removed for many of the rip cuts that I do. I modified it to fit to the saw without removing the left side extension wing so I can rip wider boards without removing the miter slide but it still would be nice if I could remove the miter slide easier
July 14, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
Well built and accurate. Only negative is a warning that if your saw is up on it's caster wheels (not sitting fully on the floor) if there is anything on the sled andit slides all the way back it can cause the saw to start to tip over - which is big deal considering how heavy the saw is!
June 7, 2016
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Great addition to any Saw Stop saw
Love to use this accessory when cutting any large sock such as plywood. I have only one issue with the miter gauge when crosscutting a full 4' by 8' sheet on plywood to lessor extent with smaller crosscuts. Unlike the miter gauge provided with the basic saw the miter gauge with the sliding table does not provide indexed stops at 0 and =/-45 degrees. This means you must check the adjustment every time you make a change! It also means that when cutting a full sheet is cut, the weight might cause some slippage within the miter gauge resulting in making the cut with an incorrect angle. Believe that this is a serious deficiency in an otherwise great addition to the saw. Rockler says you can crosscut a full sheet (48") but Saw Stop instructions says the max crosscut is 60". The other caution I would add if you crosscut a full sheet then move the Pivot Handle out as far as possible on the extension table.
November 12, 2014
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Buying before building a large batch of cabinets.
Patrick G on Nov 23, 2018
to cut full sheets of plywood for cabinet sides
Vincent D on Sep 21, 2016
Buying before building a large batch of cabinets.
Patrick G on Nov 23, 2018
Top quality construction and the added safety features make it mush in any shop
Arthur P on Nov 18, 2016
to cut full sheets of plywood for cabinet sides
Vincent D on Sep 21, 2016
great addition to the saw ,makes large work easy no need for crosscut sled.
William H on Oct 21, 2015
Top quality construction and the added safety features make it mush in any shop
Arthur P on Nov 18, 2016
great addition to the saw ,makes large work easy no need for crosscut sled.
William H on Oct 21, 2015
Can this out-feed table be installed with the sliding crosscut table?
James B on Sep 13, 2017
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BEST ANSWER: James:

Thank you for your interest in SawStop! Yes, you can use the Folding Outfeed Table with our Sliding Crosscut Table.
Will this work with the SawStop's contractor's saw?
Michael G on Apr 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes this will work with a SawStop contractor saw very nicely. You have to remove the extension wing from the left side and you have to cut off a short section of left side of the front rail, rear rail and main tube to fit it in. It has been a very helpful addition to my saw. David
Will this slide work on a Delta Unisaw?
Lyle H on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I guess it depends on if you are able to drill whatever holes are needed I am not familiar with your saw I would go to a dealer and check out if it would fit . The sliding table is an independent unite that just bolts on to the sawstop cast iron table and if you are handy i'm sure you can figure it out.
How much space do you need to fully utilize the saw with sliding crosscut table?
Paul W on Aug 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I measured the distance from my blade to the end with a full sheet of plywood. Added 12 inches beyond that. I should note that I also kept my left side table attached for more stability. There's a video on how to make it all work but it's VERY simple. I got a piece of 1 inch thick by length of the table as a spacer. Made sure it was level and BOOM - no cuts needed...
How easy is it to get out of the way for rips?
Craig on Oct 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It is kind of a pain if the rip is of a piece of material like a 4 by 8 sheet of plywood and your cutting the long distance. For most short rips less than 4 feet I just back the cross cut slide to its limit for other rips you have to change the angle and for still larger rips you have to remove the table
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