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SawStop launched new tool cabinets designed to fit under their table saws.
There are two sizes – one with an 18″ width, and one with a 30″ width. Both SawStop table saw tool cabinets feature 4 drawers and 1 vertical drawer with pegboard panel.
The drawers have soft-close ball bearing slides with unspecified load rating, and a plastic top that can double as a work surface.
The larger SawStop tool cabinet measures 32″ wide, and the smaller one measures 18″ wide. Both are 25-1/4″ deep x 31-1/2″ tall.
SawStop cautions that the 32″ cabinet will not fit underneath a saw equipped with the floating dust collection attachment or right-side inline router table, and the 18″ will not fit underneath a PCS with 36″ fence assembly that’s equipped with the same
The cabinet come with 4 swivel casters for improved mobility.
They both ship with (1) foam block insert, for customized storage to fit tools and accessories, (3) drawer liners, and (6) pegboard hooks (3 small and 3 medium) for the vertical drawer.
Price: $499 for the 18″, $699 for the 32″
ETA: January 2024
I can see the appeal of something like this, but the price seems a bit steep. Personally, I plan to build my own out of plywood. When I have a chance. (And that’s exactly why I can see the appeal of a ready-to-go solution.)
The “foam drawer insert” sounds neat, but a photo of what it looks like and how it can be used would be nice. Is it just a piece of Kaizen foam? Or is it more like pick and pluck foam?
It seems like the 18″ cabinet is designed to fit underneath SawStop table saws with a 36″ fence assembly, and the 32″ cabinet matches the 52″ table saws, with exceptions mentioned above.
According to the user manual, all you have to do is install the casters, which shouldn’t be much issue for tool cabinets of this size.