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Saw Gear Table Legs Offer Stability During Lineal Cutting

SawGear, shown here with a table in 16' working length, can be set up on either side of the saw.

Angle on the new SawGear legs

SawGear legs shown on a double miter saw

SawGear, the portable, automatic lineal cutting system made by TigerStop, has added a more robust leg structure to its optional jobsite tables. The new table legs are designed to provide increased stability. The legs branch in two directions from a direct connection point. They are connected at the top of the table with a sheet metal faceplate. The tables come in three different lengths to accommodate the 8', 12' or 16' working length SawGear.

"SawGears are being used on jobsites as well as in workshops and heavy industrial locations, so it made sense to strengthen the table leg design," said Simon Spykerman, TigerStop's Director of Marketing. "Rather than a single stand with tripod, the new legs branch in two directions from a direct connection point and provide even more stability."

SawGear Table design incorporates a hinge system with the new, collapsible leg structure, making the tables easily transportable, simple to level and quick to set up and break down. Also available are customizable in-feed tables.

SawGear easily attaches to: either side of a miter saw, chop saw, double miter saw, vertical panel saw and can even be integrated onto an Ironworker sheer or punch. SawGear is an automated stop. "Simply enter lengths into SawGear's keypad, eliminating the need for repeated measuring, which saves time, reduces material waste and increases efficiency. SawGear provides automatic and accurate length measuring in the shop or on the jobsite," said a company spokesperson.

For more information contact:

TigerStop, LLC

12909 NE 95th Street

Vancouver, WA 98682


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