The New SRG-50 from Toronto Tool - Canadian Woodworking Magazine


The New SRG-50 from Toronto Tool

New to the market, the SRG-50 is designed for one-person operation and will accurately rip, cross-cut, mitre and rout up to full 4' x 8' sheets. It is a table saw, cross-cut saw, mitre saw and router table in one. The best part is that it is com­pletely portable, with fold-up legs and wheels, easily fitting in a small mini-van or SUV.

The rip sled slides along the top clamp guide channel for rip cutting, ensur­ing a high degree of accuracy. Cross-cutting panels on the SRG-50 is easier and more accurate than a standard table saw. The SRG-50 allows you to move the saw against a cut fence rather than struggling to move a panel into a blade. You can also accurately cut mitres up to 36", in addition to many routing options.

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