Contractor Saw vs. Jobsite Saw

Side by Side Comparison

Use the side by side info below to compare details about each of our table saws.

Jobsite Saw
For the first time, the promise of SawStop safety, quality and peace of mind can travel with you wherever you go.

Contractor Saw
All-purpose versatility, reliability and safety
Feature Highlights
  • ​Ultimate Portability: 108lbs with included cart.
  • One Turn elevation & QuickTilt angle adjustment
  • Superior dust collection

  • ​Powerful induction 1.75hp motor
  • Heavyweight Cast-Iron and Steel Construction
  • Flexible Configuration with up to 52” rip capacity

Motor: 1.5hp Universal 1.75hp Induction
Overall Saw Dimensions: Unfolded: 48" w x 36" h x 28-3/4" d
Folded, on end: 26-1/4" w x 45" h x 28-3/4" d
w/30" rip capacity: 58 1/2" w x 34 3/4" h x 40" d
Table Dimensions: 31-1/4" w x 22-5/8" d (retracted) 44″ w x 27″ d (w/ wings)
Max Rip Right of Blade: 25.5" 30.5" (upgrade to 36.5" or 52.5" T-Glide)
Table: Powder-Coated Aluminum Cast Iron with Stamped Steel Wings
(upgrade to cast-iron wings)
Weight: 79 lbs 245 lbs (30" rail)
Weight (with mobile cart): 108 lbs 258 lbs (30" rail)
Blade Diameter: 10" 10"
Dado Diameter: 8" 8"
Dado Max Width: 13/16" 13/16"
Arbor diameter at blade: 5/8" 5/8"
Table in front of blade (max elev): 6" 10 5/8"
Table behind blade (max. elevation): 7-3/8" 7 1/8″
Dust collection port diameter: 2.5" 4"

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