Contractor Saw
All-purpose versatility, reliability and safety for a variety of users.

Professional Cabinet Saw
Award-winning design engineered to meet the demands of discerning woodworkers
Feature Highlights
  • Open cabinet with ouboard motor & table-mounted trunnion
  • Versatile configurations (field mobility, shop mobility, wing options)
  • Lightest weight, most affordable cast-iron SawStop Saw
  • Uses identical Professional T-Glide Fence for 36” & 52” rip capacities.

  • Closed cabinet saw with inboard motor & cabinet-mounted trunnion for better accuracy
  • Up to 99% dust collection
  • Up to 3hp motor
  • Heavy weight=reduced vibration
  • Smallest available shop footprint vs. Contractor Saw

Motor: (all 60Hz, TEFC):
1.75hp or 3hp
Table & Wings Material
Cast Iron / Stamped Steel (Cast Iron Wings Available)
Cast Iron / Cast Iron
Available Rip Capacities
SFA: 30", T-Glide: 36" & 52"
PFA: 30", T-Glide: 36" & 52"
Overall saw dimensions 30 in:
58 1/2" w x 40" d x 34 3/4" h
61 3/4″ w x 31 1/8″ d x 34″
Weight w/ 30" rip capacity
245 lb (w/Stamped Steel Wings)
367 lb (1.75 hp), 380 lbs (3 hp)
Weight w/ 52" rip capacity
405 lb (w/Cast Iron Wings)
431 lb (1.75 hp), 449 lbs (3 hp
Hand wheels:
6″ diameter, cast alum. w/ ABS
7″ diameter, cast iron w/ chrome
V-ribbed belt – static dissipative
(2) V-ribbed belts – arbor b. static
Mobility Choices
Mobile Cart (wheelbarrow style) or Integrated Base
Integrated Base or Industrial
Included Blade Guard
Micro Guard
Micro (1.75 hp), Dust Collection (3 hp)

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We are moving

We have outgrown our third headquarters, and are moving to a new, much larger home this week. Unfortunately, this means we will not be available via telephone or email from Noon PST on Monday, February 15th to 8am on Thursday, February 18th. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your patience and support!

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Effective February 1st, USA prices on most SawStop saws and many SawStop accessories will increase.

We continue to refuse to cut corners or compromise our dedication to product quality and customer care. After holding the line on prices for over a decade, we must make an adjustment to account for more than a decade of material, shipping and other cost increases. Our last price increase on saws was in 2008!

We don't like raising our prices, and we don't plan to make it a habit.

Price increases will vary by model and accessory. Some examples, expect the Contractor Saw to increase by $100, the Professional Cabinet Saw to increase by $150, and the Industrial Cabinet Saw to increase by $150-200 (the Jobsite Saw will not increase).

Thank you for your understanding and your support. For more information on expected price increases, please contact your local SawStop dealer.

Thank you,
Your friends at SawStop