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Reg.$473 00
Folding Outfeed Table SawStop TSA-FOT
Folding Outfeed Table
SawStop TSA-FOT
Reg.$3,626 00
 1.75 hp Professional Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop P175P36
1.75 hp Professional Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop P175P36
Reg.$2,019 00
70” Sliding Crosscut Table SawStop TSA-SA70
70” Sliding Crosscut Table
SawStop TSA-SA70
Reg.$5,752 00
3 hp Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I31230T52
3 hp Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I31230T52
Reg.$6,916 00
7,5 hp Industrial Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop I73230T36
7,5 hp Industrial Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop I73230T36
Reg.$2,763 00
1.75 hp Contractor Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop CNS175P52
1.75 hp Contractor Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop CNS175P52
Reg.$7,053 00
7,5 hp 480V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I73480T52
7,5 hp 480V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I73480T52
Reg.$134 00
8’’ Dado Brake Cartridge SawStop TSDC-8R2
8’’ Dado Brake Cartridge
SawStop TSDC-8R2
Reg.$345 00
Overarm Dust Collection SawStop TSA-ODC
Overarm Dust Collection
SawStop TSA-ODC
Reg.$4,211 00
3 hp Professional Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop P31230P36
3 hp Professional Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop P31230P36
Reg.$7,250 00
5 hp 600V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop I53600T36
5 hp 600V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 36" fence SawStop I53600T36
Reg.$8,150 00
7,5 hp 600V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I73600T52
7,5 hp 600V Industrial Cabinet Saw with 52" fence SawStop I73600T52

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A word from the boss 

We’re not out of the woods yet! (20-10-01)

Every year, autumn marks the return and the resumption of workshop activities for many do-it-yourselfers. But this year, it's special because we feel like we've never left the workshop and that’s continuity...

One thing the Boss can assure you, people have tinkered hard this summer. The budget reserved for holidays went either in leisure or renovations and many took the opportunity to improve their well-being in the workshop.

While, for many companies, business has been fantastic, for many others, it has been and continues to be disastrous. It's not easy to find the right balance through it all.

Autumn has finally settled down but the Covid has not forgotten us. We must therefore continue to be vigilant and considerate in the face of this new normal (distancing, disinfection and mask).

Fortunately, woodworking can be a great remedy until things recover for the better.