A: 32" W x 43" D x 26" H. We hope his helps.
A: Hi Chis. Thank you for contacting SawStop. In response to your request, any 10” standard-tooth steel blade with steel or carbide teeth can be used. Do not use blades with tooth “shoulders” (often called depth-limiting or anti-kickback shoulders), as these blades will take longer to stop in the event of an accident. Do not use blades with non-conductive hubs or teeth, as the safety system will not allow the saw to operate with these blades installed. Do not use blades that are over 10 1/16th inches in diameter or under 9 15/16th inches in diameter because the blade will be either too close or too far away from the brake. Even though a blade is labeled as 10 inches in diameter, it might actually be bigger or smaller, so be sure to check.
A: Hello. The Jobsite Pro replaced the original Jobsite saw and is the current version.
A: SawStop has not seen this particular issue on our Jobsite saw.