Gemini Slide Tray with 45 Degree Stop for Revolution XT

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Gemini XT Slide Tray Table with 45 Degree Stop

The Perfect Companion to the Revolution XT Tile Saw. It's Amazing! The accuracy of the Slide Tray is unparalleled by any other saw. It works much the same way as a Milling Machine works.


  • For making straight cuts with the Revolution XT
  • The slide tray comes with a double sided rule incremental in 1/16" on both sides of the blade
  • Exact measurements are set taking into account the blade kerf, so that there's no calculating necessary to make any size cut
  • Exact square cuts can be instantly achieved regardless of the operator, material, or speed of the cutting action by the loosening and tightening of just 2 screws
  • This high quality tool makes precision cutting possible
  • Powerful magnetic stops that also aid in making 45 degree cuts both on and off center. Stand them upright and they produce perfect 45 degree edges, blunt or sharp as desired
  • All shapes are possible, allowing the user to make perfectly straight cuts
  • Slice off as little as 1/8" without blade wander

What's Included?

  • Two 45 degree Angles
  • Two 5 foot Rails (24" diagonal capacity)
  • 1 Fence Stop
Questions & Answers
1 questions

What is the surface of this table made of? From the pictures, it looks like it may be rubberized, but that seems odd if it’s magnetic.

The surface is rubber to help grip the material being cut, but the tray is a magnetic metal.

Ratings & Reviews

2 reviews

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9/14/2021 9:19 am

Great customer service

by Zane

Awesome service and delivery time.

4/24/2024 4:23 am

Unnecessary ? You decide

by Resonate

I bought this slide, installed it but it doesn't really slide at all. Truthfully i have no idea how it would benefit, beyond a ring saw. As it is, it's very tough to move the tile which makes me fight and risk injury or damaging the piece...
I dont think it's exactly necessary. But that's just me so far