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WHAT TABLE SAW DO YOU OWN ?AND WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT IT ? RATING OUT OF 5!

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i have a ridgid, think is is a ts3680, great saw, cut parallel and square out of the box. but one heavy sob, cast iron table. give it a rating of 5, the only thing i would change is i wish they had the granite table top when i bought mine. still a fantastic saw.
Unisaw..The best!!!!
Didn't do the finger test...too chicken.  But I did stand beside the SawStop guy when he pushed the 3/4" ply and hotdog into the blade at normal cutting speed.  Bang!!!!  The skin of the hotdog was scratched and the cut was maybe 1/16" deep!  For a few dollars more than a Unisaw or Powermatic, I figured my fingers were worth that!  :-)))

kenny from Sundre said:


Joe Pack said:
SawStop 3hp.  Best saw I have ever used, even without the safety feature.  5 of 5.
You lucky dog!! Did you do the finger test???

I bought the Ridrid 4511. Must have stoped making it. I now see the 4510 and the 4512? The 4511 has the granit top. Rust is history. Saw weighs in @ 462#, has a neat system to roll around, solid as a rock, almost no vibration.

Realy do like this saw. Paid about $500... 4.5 of 5.

.........a delta cabinet makers ...........likes very well but would rather have biesmyer fence
I have the Makita 2705 contracters saw with the cart with the big wheels. The other nice thing about the cart is height is adjustable to your out feed table. Table top is alumnum nice and light. Picket up on Craigs list. 

My Wife bought me a Craftsman Contractors saw with a Digital Angel indicator for precise cuts. It moves easily around the garage shop. I give it a 5. the top is large to suport the work, the cuts are accurate as well.

This is Bill Steinfeldt from Illinois

 

 

 

I've sold my Delta Unisaw and am buying a SawStop 3HP Professional Cabinet Saw this month.

Rob,

Would you please report back after you've had a chance to use the SawStop and post a comparison of the two saws?

Ted

Rob Shively said:

I've sold my Delta Unisaw and am buying a SawStop 3HP Professional Cabinet Saw this month.
Sure.

Ted W. Broussard said:

Rob,

Would you please report back after you've had a chance to use the SawStop and post a comparison of the two saws?

Ted

Rob Shively said:

I've sold my Delta Unisaw and am buying a SawStop 3HP Professional Cabinet Saw this month.
I have had my 3hp SawStop for over a year now and I love it.

Rob Shively said:
Sure.

Ted W. Broussard said:

Rob,

Would you please report back after you've had a chance to use the SawStop and post a comparison of the two saws?

Ted

Rob Shively said:

I've sold my Delta Unisaw and am buying a SawStop 3HP Professional Cabinet Saw this month.
I've looked at them very carefully. They're wonderfully made.  I've had two serious kickbacks on my Unisaw.  I wasn't seriously injured with either.  Both happened even though I'd taken precautions with push sticks and featherboards.  I don't need any more hints.  I also like the improved dust collection.  Anyway, I'm buying while I can take advantage of their dust collection deal.

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