How to choose a table saw
The tough and efficient table saw is the traditional centre of most woodworking shops. Whether you’re building a home, remodelling or making furniture or cabinets, we can help you find a table saw that is up to the task.
Stationary Table Saws
Stationary table saws are designed for ripping large pieces of wood, including breaking down sheet plywood, with high-performance motors and premium parts to offer the greatest cut capacity, stability and support. If you have a workshop and need a table saw that can stand up to frequent and demanding use, a stationary table saw is ideal.
Job site table saw
Job site table saws come in two models — compact or contractor. Compact models are lightweight, generally don’t include a stand or wheel base, and are great for home renovations or on-the-go jobs. They are made to be transported easily and carried around on job sites.Contractor models give you a larger range of cutting capacity, more features and often have a collapsible scissored or wheeled stand that’s attached to the saw.
Constant Speed Control
Bevel angle range
A saw with dado capacity allows you to add a dado blade for different kinds of wood working, such as cabinetry.