49" Pro Sliding Table - Craftex CX-Series
This sliding table fits almost all 10" to 14" table saws allowing to cut up to 49" with the cross cut fence positioned at the rear and cross cut or miter up to 28" with the fence at the front of the table. Featuring sealed steel ball bearing rollers the table rides smoothly and heavy duty steel legs provide support and stability. The extruded aluminum miter fence provides accurate miters from 0° to 45° and the positive stop rail and locator pin quickly sets the fence for commonly used miter angles. The quick connect mounting bracket allows user to remove the sliding table from the saw for storage or more space.
(at 90° Angle) Distance in Front of the Blade to Cut: 28"
(at 90° Angle) Distance from Rear of the Blade to Cut: 49"
Length of Fence: 54"
Length of Fence with Extension Stop: 91"
Working Floor Space (Front to Rear): 78"
Working Floor Space (To the Left or Right of Saw): 30"
Weight: 61 Kgs
After a long think about it I bought this unit about a week ago. Expensive delivery where I live but right on time. Well made. Good fit and finish. Heavy duty. (There were a couple of post-manufacturing issues which I had to fix.) When you've finished assembly you're halfway through the 27 page manual. No less than half the manual is devoted to "adjustment". When you get there you'll realize why. It needs a LOT of adjustment. Basically you put it together and then more or less take it apart (loosen everything off) to adjust. And if you like the bubble in the middle, you'll probably be doing it more than once. (TIP: If you have cabinetry built in around your saw, don't be in a hurry to reposition it after assembly. You'll only have to be pulling it out again.) Having been through a couple of test/re-adjust sessions I think it's finally good to go. I think it's going to be OK. ps. Save the digital version of the manual. It's clearer to read on the screen than from a printout.