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SawStop 1.75HP Contractor Saw with 36" Professional T-Glide fence system, rails & extension table
- Patented safety system prevents serious accidents and injuries to provide the highest level of safety during operation
- All purpose safety and mobility suitable for both jobsites and work shops
- Rugged 110V motor (configurable to 220V) delivers a higher level of performance and power
- Tool-free quick change mount allows for fast and easy transitions between guard and riving knifes
- Professional fence systems deliver the straightest and most accurate cuts possible
- Enhanced dust collection increases dust and debris removal to provide a cleaner and safer work environment (Includes standard Micro Blade Guard, optional Dust Collection Blade Guard Sold Separately)
- Unmatched quality of construction provides a durable and reliable saw that's built to last
- Compatible with both 10-in standard blades as well as 8-in dado blade sets for maximum versatility
- Please Note: Unit includes Standard Base, optional Jobsite Cart and Mobile Base sold separately
- 110V 1.75 HP 15 Amp 10-in Contractor Saw - CNS175
- 36-in Professional Series T-Glide Fence and Table System - TGP2-FRT36A
- Standard Base
- User Manual
Not Your Ordinary Contractor SawWhether on the job site or in the shop, it delivers the performance you need with the peace of mind only SawStop's patented safety system can provide.
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