Not sure how many people have been waiting for this machine or watching the news on it, but it’s finally here. SawStop is finally releasing its brand new 10” Professional Cabinet Saw to dealers and woodworkers around the nation. This saw is a go-between model between their current industrial cabinet saw and contractor saw and provides a great piece of equipment for hobbyists and professionals a like.
The saw comes available in two models: a 36” fence/rails model and a 52” fence/rails model. It also comes with a tool-free quick change insert and blade guard system. This SawStop proprietary system makes it very easy to switch between the blade guard and riving knife. The new professional cabinet saw also comes with an improved dust collection system. This system collections up to 99.5% of particulates keeping dust of our the user’s lungs. Plus, of course, the saw comes with SawStop’s patented safety contact detection and braking system that will prevent serious blade-related injuries.
I’ve posted some of the specs below for those who are curious.
Table Dimensions: 27” x 44”
Weight: 515-540 lbs
Max Depth of Cut (0 deg): 3-1/8”
Max Rip Left of Blade: 12.5”
Insert: zero clearance, phenolic core
Power: 220V 15A circuit
Motor: 3 HP
Main Bearing Size: 62mm
Max Depth of Cut (45 deg): 2-1/4”
Max Rip Right of Blade: 52.5” or 36.5”
Elevation and Tilt: 7” cast iron w/ chrome
You can also great some great options with this including two mobile base options and an optional outfeed table.
SawStop is accepting pre-orders beginning May 4th and is offering a free titanium blade with each pre-order. If you’ve been keeping a close eye on this saw, get your name in for a pre-order because it is on a first come, first serve basis and these will go quick.
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Anybody have any special thoughts on this product or excited now that it’s finally here? How do you think this will compare with the current professional table saw market going up against saws like the Powermatic PM2000? Please post your thoughts below. Hope you guys enjoy the new info!
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