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King Canada KC-5100NS jobsite saw delivers it all - performance, precision, portability and price

King Canada KC-5100NS jobsite saw delivers it all – performance, precision, portability and price

For DIYers, renovators and carpenters who don’t work exclusively in a workshop, a portable jobsite table saw is essential. For hobbyist woodworkers who do work in small shops where space is at a premium, a jobsite saw can be an excellent investment.

The King Canada KC-5100NS table saw with folding stand provides an excellent blend of performance, precision, portability and price.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Powerful 15 amp heavy-duty motor
  • Large 22-1/4″ x 28-3/4″ cast aluminum table with extendable rails
  • 25″ rip capacity to the right of the blade
  • Blade tilts 0° to 45° with detents for versatile angle cutting
  • Low profile fence extension for cutting thin and narrow stock
  • Electromechanical safety switch with line voltage interruption
  • Folding stand with large 8″ wheels for portability
  • Comes with 10″ x 40 tooth general purpose blade, rip fence, mitre gauge, standard and dado table inserts, push stick and wrenches

 

In stock now at your local King Canada dealer.

For more product details visit KingCanada.com.

 

Easy-to-adjust blade guard and anti-kickback fingers deliver improved user-safety and security.
King Canada KC-5100NS
Low profile aluminum fence extension for cutting thin and narrow stock.

3 Comments

  1. Have a couple of questions: 1) What is the max width Dado set the arbor is able to hold?
    2) What is the price?
    Thank you

  2. Hello Peter,
    This 10” jobsite is designed to hold a Standard Dado set like ours (model KSC-8000). The maximum width is 13/16”. We don’t recommend anything larger.
    King Canada is not selling directly, therefore we might redirect you to one of our distributors. Please insert your postal code in the link below
    https://www.kingcanada.com/en/where-to-buy/
    Thank you!

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