SawStop - CNS175 10-in. Contractor Saw - Fine Homebuilding Tool Review
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CNS175 10-in. Contractor Saw

SawStop - CNS175 10-in. Contractor Saw

SawStop's 10-in. contractor saw accepts any conventional 10-in. blade or 8-in. dado set and features the revolutionary brake safety feature that stops the blade if it comes in contact with your skin

$1499.00 (As of 7/1/2008)

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A great table saw. I used the saw in a construction class I taught for a high school. The saw is worth the price when you think about the medical costs or legal costs you could incur. The saw is also very well made. I compared it to a Delta and a Powermatic and the Saw Stop was manufactured with high quality standards like the other two.

Saw is excellent quality in a contractor's saw. The only problem is that as soon as you get a wet piece of wood near the darn thing you have a $200 bill and the downtime it takes to get it installed, that is IF you have the parts on=hand and don't have to wait for parts. Having these things mandated? God, I hope that never happens.

Excellent Tool

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