Adaptive Cutting System Master Kit

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Take your project-building skills to the next level with the cutting system that adapts to your needs. 

  • Plunge Saw and 62" Guide Track provide straight, smooth cuts. Project Table expands cutting capability
  • Versatile: Cut plywood and boards — rip, crosscut, mitered cuts — with one system
  • Precise: Make accurate, high-quality cuts with ease and repeatability
  • Safe: Work confidently with integrated safety features and anti-kickback protection
  • Portable: Set up and stow your system quickly for simple transport and storage
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$899.98 USD

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Combines the Adaptive Cutting System Plunge Saw, 62" Guide Track, Project Table – Top, and Project Table – Base

When you’re building wood projects, you need a cutting system that can adapt to your needs, whether you’re crosscutting boards to length, ripping them to width, cutting mitered angles, or even cutting plywood sheets and large panels down to size. The Adaptive Cutting System makes it all possible, and more, by combining the advantages guided cutting with the unparalleled versatility of a Project Table that supports and positions materials precisely.

Start your Adaptive Cutting System with the Kreg Plunge Saw and 62" Guide Track. The track guides the saw precisely on your cutline and protects against splintering to ensure that you get straight, smooth cuts. The Plunge Saw features a fully-shrouded blade, plus safety features like a retractable riving knife and anti-kickback protection that allow the powerful, variable-speed motor to cut safely while your hands stay well away from the blade. Parallel Guides and Rip Guides allow you to lock in repeatable measurements when using the track, so you can take precision cutting anywhere.

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    Cutting on the Project Table

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    Cutting off the Project Table

Build your Adaptive Cutting System by adding the Project Table to create a portable cutting system that adapts to your needs. Mounting the Guide Track to the Table allows you to crosscut and rip solid wood boards, cut mitered angles, bevel edges, plus support and precisely cut plywood and large panels to size. The Project table includes multiple guides, stops, and integrated measuring systems that position your materials securely and precisely, so you get accurate, smooth, and straight cuts every time. The Project Table folds to store vertically, and easily rolls out and sets up quickly for use, then stows away compactly. You can also enhance your system with available accessories, such as another Guide Track and Track Connectors to double your cutting capacity.

Whether you’re cutting solid wood or plywood, wherever you’re working — from the garage to the driveway to the workshop — and whatever you’re creating, you can take your project-building skills to the next level with the versatile, precise, safe, and portable system that adapts to your needs: the Adaptive Cutting System.

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Plunge Saw Specifications

Blade Diameter




Max Cutting Capacities

90°: 2⅛" 

45°: 1½"

Bevel Capacity

-1° to 47°

No-Load Speed

2000-5500 RPM

AMPS (120V)


Saw Dimensions

12" L x 9" W x 10½" H 


11.7 lbs.

62" Guide Track Specifications

Track Width


Track Material


Track Length


Maximum Cut Length

50" (off Project Table)

48" (on Project Table)


4.75 lbs. 

Table Top Specifications

Maximum Cut

48" (along table length)

25" (across table width)

48" (with included extension)

Table Top Material

MDF, Aluminum

Table Top Size

55" L x 29½" W x 2¼" H

Table Top Weight

44 lbs.

Primary / Secondary Rules Measuring Scales

1 ⁄16" increments

Bench Dog Hole Size



Hole Spacing

96mm center to center

Table Base Specifications

Table Base Material


Table Base Weight

28 lbs.


8"-diameter, heavy-duty

Height Adjustment Range

33.75" - 36.4625"

System Specifications


(1)  Adaptive Cutting System Plunge Saw
(1)  Adaptive Cutting System 62" Guide Track
(1)  Adaptive Cutting System Project Table – Top with included guides, stops, and measuring scales
(1)  Adaptive Cutting System Project Table – Base


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Plunge Saw Manual

North American Manual

Project Table Manual

North American Manual

Reviews for "Adaptive Cutting System Master Kit"

Average Review:

ACS Master Kit

This is really a quality table. Easy to follow instructions. Kreg really put some thought in designing the table. This has taken place of my table saw. Great job Kreg!


By Don Gordon

April 27, 2020

Great system for the money.

I rarely write reviews, but after liking the product and getting exemplary service from Ben when calling tech support. Ben was super helpful and he seems to actually care. Thanks, Jerry


By Jerry Griffin

March 17, 2020

Good not great

The overall design is good and you get very accurate cuts. I’m disappointed in the power of the panel saw itself. With a list price of $299, I would like more power. There are plenty of great saw manufacturers that you might consider patterning with to produce a better saw. The current version is not worth the money, which I expect better from Kreg. I’m also disappointed that there seems to be no way to make an eight foot cut, which is necessary when cutting from typical 4 x 8 sheets. I was hoping to be able to eliminate having to run full sheets of plywood through my table saw, which is typically hard to do without help. I look forward to these issues being corrected. This tool does not carry a cheap price tag, which is fine if the quality is there. I think there is room for improvement on the current design and the actual saw.


By Bruce Phillips

December 31, 2019

Excellent saw system, with some tweaks can be fantastic!

I agree with all the comments previously written so will not repeat here, only comment on improvements. The leg folding difficulties has been solved. Kreg has designed plastic buttons that make the folding release MUCH easier. While these will probably be provided in future shipments KREG provided me set free for the asking. They were easy to retrofit and work well. I also received at top where the holes were not completely bored through. Kreg customer service provided a new top for free. This is excellent customer service in both cases. I agree the instruction can be a little confusing. I recommend reading the instructions carefully and watching the online videos several time BEFORE starting assembly. The trickiest part is how the track hinges are mounted. They MUST be mounted in such a way as track raises from the table when lifted and moved to the RIGHT (I feed side). This ensures that you can calibrate the track properly using the included dogs in the calibration holes on a TRIMMED track. It also ensures that cutting will tend to force the track harder into the workpiece so the clamping is even better. The track alignment is CRITICAL for best accuracy. I found that deburring both side of the hinge plates with 400 grit sandpaper on both side of the vert slots makes the hinges slide much more smoothly on the cast plates. Also carefully align the plastic alignment plates and ensure they push the hinges toward the back of table at all times. This is critical to take out the small amount of slop between the large metal pins and the hinge plates. Also the two bracket retention bolts should be pushed to the bottom of the T track slots to make the hinge plates perpendicular to the table top before tightening them. If these are not perpendicular the track with not be calibrated as you raise and lower the hinges to accommodate wood thicknesses. When this is done correctly the cuts will be more accurate than a Festool MFT system and on my table the angle accuracy is better than about 0.05 degrees. This is equivalent an 8 sided frame 4 “ wide to less than 1/32” gap is ALL the gap is left in a single joint.. if it is distributed evenly it is about 0.0015” gap, pretty darn good! I like many do not prefer plastic stops and miter gauge. That having been said if you are reasonably gentle thy should hold up OK in a home use situation. I calibrated my stops aligning the thinner end under the track with the trimmed plastic cut strip, them adjust the rules so both read 0” on the scale the arrow points to. The other scale is then aligned precisely to 10” ( the stop is 10” long) using an accurate square against the side of the T slot. Finally I mark all position with a fine red permanent marker on a T slot exposed rails. I use the same fine RED marker to color in all the arrow marks on highlight the scale on the protractor head. I calibrated the protractor scale against dog pushed into holes that are far apart as possible and still fully contact the track head and while hold the head against one side of the T track tightening the track knobs. Lastly the scale pointer is set to 45 degrees. When this is done right I was surprised how accurate other angles are. I measure better than 0.1 degree. This is pretty darn good given the cost of the hardware. By backing up the miter head to a dog or using a dog hole clamp rigidity is much improved. I would suggest to Kreg to add setscrew adjustments to take up slop in the track slides for the protractor. In the future I may adapt a higher quality miter gauge from a table saw to produce a more repeatable and accurate miter solution. I may also make make a fixture that rides tightly in both slots and allows both rips and calibrated miter cuts. In summary a reasonably priced saw with great upside potential!


By Charlie Conger

December 30, 2019

Excellent Tool

The kreg cutting system is an excellent addition to my shop. Despite having a tablesaw and extension table I have always been concerned about being able to make safe and accurate cutes with large sheets of plywood. This system takes care of that concern. Cuts are accurate. The blade is buried in the material, and I can use the table for assembly. The only reason why I gave it a four is that ACS table is difficult to collapse due to the push button on the folding part of the legs. The use has to push one button on one side, then move to the other to push the button on the other side in order to collapse the legs at the pinch point. If only it had the same legs as the saw horse. A minor complaint on an otherwise great system.


By William Otto

December 14, 2019

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