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Premium Hybrid Table Saw, 10 In. Blade
- Item # 36K006
- Mfr. Model # M90124
- UNSPSC # 27112709
- Catalog Page # 1016
- Shipping Weight 544.0 lbs.
- ItemPremium Hybrid Table Saw
- Blade Dia.10"
- Arbor Size5/8"
- Motor HP1-3/4
- Amps AC15/7.5
- No Load RPM3450
- Depth of Cut @ 90 Deg.3-5/16"
- Depth of Cut @ 45 Deg.2-1/4"
- Cutting Capacity Rip Left13-1/2"
- Cutting Capacity Rip Right30"
- Table Surface w/Extension40 x 27"
- Table Front of Blade12"
- Overall Height34"
- Overall Width64"
- Overall Depth35"
- IncludesT-slot and Miter Gauge, T-style Rip Fence Calibrated in In., Mm with Magnified View Window, Riving Knife, Clear Acrylic Blade Guard with Anti-kickback Feature, Fold Down Rear Extension Table, Tooth Carbide Blade
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