Steel City

Model # 35926

Internet # 203337443

10 in. Granite Cabinet Saw with 30 in. T-Square Fence

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Model # 35926

Internet # 203337443

The Steel City 10 in. Granite Cabinet Table Saw features a powerful 1.75 HP dual capacitor, single phase 115/230V, TEFC motor with paddle type switch. Equipped with 30"" T-Square fence system, cabinet top mounted precision machined trunnions and quick release safety riving knife. The Granite table top for 35926 is harder than stainless steel, prevents rust, spring or warp. Solid weight provides excellent vibration absorption and is resistant to scratches and stains on your seamless work surface. Built-in Mobile Caster grants perfect mobility."""

  • Cabinet-Mounted Trunion System: The precision-machined cast iron trunions are mounted to the cabinet to ensure perfect blade alignment, increased stability and ease of adjustment
  • Mounted Motor Support: Motor is secured in place with the support bracket that is mounted with the trunnion system. Provides the best precision alignment between the arbor and the motor reduces vibration
  • New Riving Knife: Quick release riving knife with two tightening knobs gives users easiness in setup/remove the blade guards and splitters easy to adjust high/low profile for the riving knife can be done from the table top
  • Magnetic Table Insert Feature: New table insert system features magnets at both insert/ insert slot's end. provide users in removing easily from the table top within just seconds
  • Seamless Table Top & Push Stick: seamless table top provides best flatness working space push stick prevents potential risk in harming users' finger tips during operation

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Blade Diameter 
10 in 
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg. 
3.375 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Table Length (in.) 
Table Width (in.) 
Amperage (amps) 
Bench & Stationary Tool Type 
Table Saw 
Bench or Stationary 
Blade Location 
Blade Speed 
3450.000 RPM 
Blade guard system 
Color Family 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Dust Collection Method 
4 in. Dust Port 
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg. 
2.25 in 
Maximum Speed (rpm) 
No Tool Blade Change 
Power Tool Product Type 
Bench & Stationary 
Product Weight (lb.) 
438 lb 
Rip Capacity - Left 
20 in 
Rip Capacity - Right 
30 in 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
4-UL Certified,CSA Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
2 YEAR Limited Warranty with Registration 


Brand: Steel City
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Blade Diameter: 10 in
Rip Capacity - Right: 30 in
Table Length (in.): 20
Table Width (in.): 27
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Some Quality Problems and a Terrible Manual I was very excited to receive my new Steel City table saw with the T-Square Fence and granite top. The saw arrived well crated in a metal frame and complete. It was easy enough to assemble if one is mechanically inclined (which I imagine most purchasers would be), but, really, they should not bother including the instruction manual. It was printed off the laser printer, clipped together, and clearly written by someone who doesn't speak much English. Frequently tells you, in pidgeon English, what to do without telling you how to do it. The product is built like a tank and rolls well with the built-in wheels, which is vastly superior to buying a separate rolling base. The included blade is junk, as is often the case with power saws. Again, I don't know why they bother. Unfortunately, the mating ends of the front fence rail were not cut square or to the proper length, so the holes did not align with bar it rides on. Took a bit of work with the grinder to get them set. Also, the fence itself is just slightly off square in a way that cannot be adjusted, so I have to be extra careful in measuring precisely against the table. These are dissapointing quality issues in a machine that costs almost $1,000. Finally, the included measuring tape on the fence rail was poorly glued on and in any case was not useful if you add a supplemental rail to the fence. Ran 8/4 cherry through it this weekend and it bogged down a bit. Works but you have to go very slowly. My old Bosch job site saw would have handled it fine, despite a lower power rating. This problem might be improved by upgrading the blade. If so, I will update this post. All in all, I was a bit dissapointed and would caution any buyer to spring for a fancier fence system. March 12, 2013
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